Blue screen of death after running the update from microsoft.

Stop: 0x0000007e (0xFFFFF800010305C3, 0xFFFFFADEC2E08150, 0xFFFFFFFFC00000005, 0xFFFFFADEC2E07B60)
It is the only information I get the blue screen. It is a new workstation 7500 Dell with Windows 7, downgraded to Win XP Pro (because of the requirements of software). I have two more 7500 workstations that are exactly as this one do not experience this problem. I was pulled to microsoft update and expressed option, begun to load all the necessary updated (27) and one failed. The Net.Framework 1 after install, I was asked to reboot. When it came, it stopped support windows with the blue screen. This system is as follows:

Dell Precision T7500 workstation

1 CPU X 5570 Quad Core 317-0277 2.93GHz,8M,6.4GT/s,Dell Precision T7500

1 317 - 0333 12 GB DDR3 SDRAM ECC 3x4Go, 1066 MHz, Dell Precision TX500

1-320-7900 dual 1 GB PCIe x 16 NVIDIA Quadro FX 3800, Quad-Monitor, DVI + 2DP, Dell Precision TX500

1 341-9040 450 GB 3Gbps SAS, 15 K RPM Hard Drive, 3.5-inch, Dell Precision TX500

1 341-8835 C25, all SAS, RAID 10 hard drives for 4 hard drives, Dell Precision T7500

1-468-4322 Windows 7 Pro 64-bit Downgrade to XP Pro 64 - bit SP2, media, English, fixed precision

1 421-1993 Windows 7 Downgrade RLOB

1 430-3434 PCIe 10/100/1000 NETWORK CARD precision

1-313-7458 data DVD 16 x - ROM only Dell Precision TX500

1 421-0536 Cyberlink Power DVD 8.3, with the media, Dell relationship LOB

1 313-7774 Dell AX210 two piece stereo speakers (black) to the precision of the Optiplex and Latitude

1 power supply 330-3555 Precision T7500

1 330-3156 documentation, English, Dell Precision

1 power cord 330-3157, 125V, 2 M, C13, Dell Precision

1 341-9042 450 GB 3Gbps SAS, 15 K RPM Hard Drive, 3.5-inch, Dell Precision TX500

1 341-9032 PERC6 / i SAS/SATA hardware RAIDCard - for the connection of InternalHard readers, Dell Precision T7500

1-330-3571 Resource DVD contains Diagnostics and drivers for Dell Precision T7500

1 shipping material of 330-3569 for system Dell Precision T7500

1 410-1862 adobe Acrobat 9.0 English and French, BND, precision Dell OptiPlex and Latitude

1 420-6712 Microsoft Office Professional for Latitude, OptiPlex, Precision

1 341-9042 450 GB 3Gbps SAS, 15 K RPM Hard Drive, 3.5-inch, Dell Precision TX500

1 341-9042 450 GB 3Gbps SAS, 15 K RPM Hard Drive, 3.5-inch, Dell Precision TX500

Thanks Swahti. My resolution is to return the manufacturer since it's brand new and make an Exchange.

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