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Unable to Work around BSOD parameter ==1

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When viewing a ripped wmv file, it popped up a box stating that it needed to load the license and it installed. Since that time my machine BSODs with the following error: if paramater == 1 an attempt was made to queue an executive worker item with a usernode execution routine. According to everything I've read on the web, I loaded a bad driver that is freeing up memory while still in use.

I have run system recovery going back to a date before this bad whatever was installed, that did not fix the problem. I used gSpot to list all my codecs and there are so many I have no idea which one might be the corrupt one. All the other options that I've found all require having windows up and running. The only way I can get anything running on the machine is to boot to safe mode with networking which gives me limited tools to work with or safe mode with a command prompt. It BSODs after about 15 minutes in this mode.

How do I locate this bad driver? what can I post here to get help?

my machine:
HP model p6203 with AMD Athlon II x2 215 processor 2.71 ghz
4.0 gig of memory
64 bit operating system Windows 7
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