BSOD error:0x00000077 (0xC00000B5,0xC00000B5 0x000

  newearwax 09:43 11 Nov 09

I've had rwo BSODs recently. In the second one the error code was
0x00000077 (0xC00000B5,0xC00000B5 0x00000000 0x00AF6000). At the time I was creating a Sandralite report. I am running XP Home SP3.

Can anyone enlighten me, what the codes mean; where the problem may lie, and how to deal with it, please?

  Graphicool1 09:52 11 Nov 09

Click on 'My Computer'
Right click C: (your OS drive)
In menu click 'Properties'
Click the 'Tools' tab
Under 'Error Checking' click 'Check Now'
click the box next to...
'Automatically Fix File System Errors'
Click 'Start'
A notice will say it can't do it until the next time you boot. Click 'Yes' and reboot

  newearwax 12:54 11 Nov 09

I'll try Graphicool1's suggestion, but naturally still would like an interpreatation of the error message.

  Seth Haniel 14:32 11 Nov 09

click here
it shows what was in the stack when PC goes down and helps eliminate the problem

make sure Options - Mark drivers found in 'Crash Stack' is ticked
which are the highlighted files in the lower pane as shown on bsd websites top picture?

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