I've recently been experiencing completely random BSOD crashes. It occurs whether I'm running a graphics intensive program, browsing the net, or if I've left my computer running and have walked away (ie doing nothing except being turned on). I've formatted and reinstalled Windows 7, but the problem is still occurring. Windows now takes an age to boot, which wasn't happening before.
The errors that the BSOD display are random too. These are the ones I've managed to write down:
***STOP: 0X0000007A (0XFFFFF6FC40006008, 0XFFFFFFFFC00000C0, 0C00000001A8A20860, 0XFFFFF88000C01000)
***VOLMGRX.SYS – ADDRESS FFFFF88000C01000 BASE AT FFFFF88000C00000, DATETAMP 4CE79EB
PHYSICAL MEMORY DUMP FAILED WITH STATUS 0XC0000010
***STOP: 0X000000F4 (0X000000000000003, 0XFFFFFA8009EB0B30, 0XFFFFFA8009EB0E10, OXFFFFF800037D3660)
3: (I don't have all of the information, except -
Driver IRQL NOT LESS OR EQUAL
Do any of these errors point to something in particular?
The computer is a Dell XPS L502X, purchased in January 2012. Prior to this BSOD problem, I had to restore to a previous point a couple of times over the last 4 months. I've googled this problem and I found another thread on here, but I have absolutely no idea if my problem is the same as theirs.
I'm completely clueless about debugging and I have no idea what information I need to post here. If someone has the time and inclination to step help me, I would be so grateful.