BSOD - Minidump - Windows 7

Can someone take a look at this mini-dump and let me know what they think caused BSOD.


GorapsI.T. ManagerAsked:
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nobusConnect With a Mentor Commented:
the first refers to a symantic file, so uninstall/reinstall can help
the second points to iaStorA.sys, a file belonging to intel rapid storage; you can look also into the uninstall/reinstall procedure to see if it helps
Inconclusive. To start testing though, you could try to remove Symantec's Erasure control. Use the correct uninstall procedure, and if you can't find it, it's part of a larger Symantec product (which means you might have to uninstall them all).
If it's the antivirus, temporarily install a free alternative while in this testing phase (after uninstalling Symantec of course).
So, keep sending mini dumps.
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Does that machine have an NVidia graphics adapter?

Try updating BIOS, Chipset, and Video drivers (all).  After the update, restart and test.
R@f@r P@NC3RConnect With a Mentor Virtualization SpecialistCommented:

Reinstall the symantec with the proper procedure.

You can also uninstall symantec and prboar with another antivirus application.

I remain attentive to your comments.

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