So previously it was something related to cmuda.sys or something like that. After that "period of time (I always have a "period" of time when the computer starts working up), the computer ran smoothly.
Only this morning, I installed ZoneAlarm Firewall downloaded from ZoneAlarm's website itself. Installed the free version. I had to leave for school for a meeting while it was downloading and installing. So I instructed my sister to have the computer restarted as soon as the installation wizard requests for it. The shut down the computer or use it if she wants to. I do not know if clicking the "Restart Later" button is the cause for this or not.
So when I came back around 4 - 5 hours later, she was using the computer in her own account. She apparently logged out of my account after clicking the "Restart Later" button and began surfing and such. After which, I wanted to use the computer so she logged out of her account and clicked on mine. When I came to the computer, I found that it was already in the blue page with that long instruction and "memory dumping" going on. Other than the usual instruction, it writes,
"*** STOP: 0x0000008E
So I restarted my computer manually by pressing the restart button on the machine itself. Choose my account and logged in. After about 10 seconds or so, the computer switches back to the blue screen and begins dumping physical memory. I haven't tried logging on to my sister's account to see if the memory dumping issue only happens when I log in to my account. I am currently using my laptop to make this thread. I am able to get into safe mode. So I'm trying to remove the ZoneAlarm I installed and see how it goes.
Meanwhile, what is causing the problem? Please help me.