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BSOD error message - can't even get to desktop

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[font="Georgia"]I keep getting the same BOSD message when starting my computer. Error message does not contain a .SYS so I don't know what driver is causing the error. Stop message is: 0x000000D1 (0x2E372E43, 0x00000002, 0x00000000, 0x818208BF). The last sequence is sometimes different.

Have been having trouble since installing a Belkin router; sometimes connects to internet but often does not.

How can I find the driver or other item that is causing the problem? I am currently on another computer in the house; can I download drivers to a CD and then load them in the other computer?

Tried working in Safe mode, but not really sure what I am doing. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Have you tried unplugging everything but your keyboard and mouse and booting? I had a similar problem awhile ago where the driver got corrupted for a wireless adapter, I unplugged the adapter and the problem went away. Then just reinstalled the driver. If it boots then you know it's an issue with something you added.
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