1. Go into the bios & decrease the size of the AGP aperture to 32MB
2. From what I can tell from Everest, it looks like all your devices (e.g modem, network card, sound etc) are integrated into the motherboard & can't be physically removed. If this is the case for the Network card & the dialup modem, then go into the bios & disable the one you aren't using (i.e if you have broadband Internet, then disable the sailup modem. If you use standard dialup internet & have no network cable, then disable the network card
3. If neither of the above two steps make any difference to the BSODs, then temporarily disable the sound card in the bios
Let me know if any of these make a difference before we go any further
Disabling the files in the start up didn't really help with the BSOD. Also I started getting the "this computer has been locked" enter pass word by administrator. Then got another BSOD PAGE_FAULT _IN_NONPAGED_AREA . In the above thread, I did the #1 step, but couldn't figure out the #2 step. I didn't see in The BIOS where to do that?