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Another BSOD Problem (Sorry !)

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I recently had a new HD installed on my Dell XPS Laptop by Dell as the old one was crashing big time on nearly every boot up. After the new HD installed the guy Dell engineer did a fresh Windows install and it was great for a few days but has now started intermittently giving me a BSOD again. I did a System restore because I thought it was an uncompatible programme causing the problem and it has improved a bit but its still crashing. It seems different form the BSOD I was getting on boot up before and doesnt happen so much. I am running Windows 7 64 bit and have attached the Mini dump and would really appreciate some help on this as I am not convinced it is not a driver or software causing this but just dont know how to diagnose the problem.
Many thanks in advance

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