Tecra Z40 - A - win 7 blue screen of death (BSoD)

I have 3 times the BSoD on TECRA Z40 - A experience running windows 7 64-bit English last month!

No new hardware has been installed, only the Toshiba and Windows updates carried out official.

I have attached two screenshots from the dump files, files that have probably caused the crash...

BSOD appears due to serious system problems or malfunction of the equipment.

I think first of all you should get the phone to the factory settings.
If this does not help, the parties must be checked.

I think RAM memory modules.
It is very important and must be checked in the first place.

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