We have tested the latest generic driver, 18.104.22.1680 and no similar issues have been seen or reported since it was posted back in October 02, 2009.
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If the issue persists, there might be either a hardware related issue or the operating system in your system is compromised, which may require a fresh operating system install.
You can also confirm with your Original Equipment Manufacturer to see if the hardware installed is working properly or try using the drivers customized and directly provided by your Original Equipment Manufacturer.
Cool, I managed to take a picture of the BSOD.
It's rather blurry (had to use my phone without a flash) but it definitely shows the culprit.
I researched it a little. Other people report this file causing problems but no two are caused by the same reasons. So, ultimately, I'm not sure if knowing what's triggering the problem will actually solve the problem.
if you can get the machine to boot up at all, see if you can upload the /windows/minidump files to a cyberlocker (one that is still up anyway)
and then post the link here so I can take a look
I am a 2x Windows MVP