Satellite L300D BSOD on reboot after updates to Win7 64 bit

Satellite L300D BSOD on reboot after updates to Windows on Win7 64-bit (toshiba version). Restoration of the system, safe mode, nothing helps.

I am now installing the 32-bit version, but hey, 64-bit must be possible, does it not?
I'm open to good ideas.

Thanks much for this information.
Seems the BIOS update would solve the BSOD with Win 7 64 bit OS problems

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