Second error was a KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR. Yeah, yeah, I know you're going to tell me to look at the pinned, but that doesn't apply to my case. The STOP code was 0x0000007A (0xC07B9200, 0xC0000185, 0xF724062, 0x33CE4860). The error at the bottom had to do with ftdisk.sys - Address F7240642 base at F7236000. This one didn't finish its memory dump either.
We also got another one that said that a process critical to the running of the system had been unexpectedly terminated, but my mom restarted before I could take down the STOP code.
And, there's the many more where I didn't get.
This happened before when I had a SmitFraud infection and a keylogger, but that message was DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL, and that was fixed when the infections were busted.
Soo... can anyone ?
EDIT - Bleh... more strange errors. About six minutes ago, I was working on this computer - minding my own business. Suddenly, a box pops up - an error box that looks surprisingly like the ones in Win2K, with the red-circle-and-white-X logo. The title is something like "explorer.exe" and the box says Unknown hard error (no period). The same message appears in a taskbar "bubble". The only options in the box are "OK" and "Cancel", so I'm like "Ah, what do I have to lose" and hit "Cancel". My taskbar and desktop disappears (presumably because I terminated explorer.exe). Another one pops up, this time saying winlogon.exe. I hit Cancel again, another one pops up, but I didn't get what it said because another BSOD appeared:
microsoft's space filler
STOP: 0x0000007A (0xE1DECC30, 0xC000000E, 0xBF97D2EC, 0x1FBAB860)
win32k.sys - Address BF97D2EC base at BF800000
And not sure if I should mention this, because it seems irrelevant, but for the past three months my explorer.exe has been "locking up" at startup - when you move your mouse over the taskbar you just get the hourglass. The Desktop works, but programs take a while to open. This is still happening.
EDIT2: The "process has been unexpectedly terminated" BSOD happened again - here's the error code:
STOP: 0x000000F4 (0x00000003, 0x844902A8, 0x8449041C, 0x805C773E)
Edited by Fredil Yupigo, 27 July 2007 - 09:34 AM.