dmp 041810-10: DEFAULT_BUCKET_ID: vista driver
faulty driver: classpnp.sys
driver classpnp.sys caused the problem. i was reading up on google about this driver and it may have to do something with your disk drives.
if you can, go into your CMOS setup, then make sure that PnP OS is checked. If this doesnt work, then try to disable write caching on your drives. credit: PC hardware - Hard drive issues - What exactly is classpnp.sys??
and classpnp.sys bluescreen - dslreports.com
i doubt that the pnp os thing will work as the minidump didnt say anything about irql not less or equal
try running the sfc /scannow command in the elevated comman prompt while in safe mode.
and try also to reinstall that driver and see if it works. try also to run a chkdsk and a memtest.
if you want, you can also try this: A "Stop C2" Error Is Caused by the Classpnp.sys Driver
dmp 041910-10: Vista driver fault
Faulty driver: dxgkrnl.sys (microsoft directX graphics kernel)
for this one, try updating your windows vista to sp2, if any system component is overclocked set it back to normal. update your directx, again, try memtest to see if your ram is at fault.
make sure that your nvidia drivers
are up to date. move the ram around in the different ram slots (if ram 1 is in slot 1, and ram 2 is in slot 2, then move ram 1 in slot 2 and ram 2 in slot 1). go to run and type in dxdiag, and it tells you wat dx ver you have (just in case you dont know, so you can update).
dmp 042710-02: vista driver fault
try to update this driver,
Im not too sure about this particular one, as there are many hotfixes for this driver.
Here they are, use the hotfix that has the symptom that is most related to your problem: Error message when you start a multiprocessor computer that runs Windows Vista: "STOP: 0x0000007E" After you configure Internet Connection Sharing in Windows Vista, the network connection stops working after one-to-two hours
also read this article on netio: NETIO SYS Gives You a Blue Screen in Vista? Here is How You Fix It
sorry if some of these dont work, or if this post is too messy, im a beginner when it comes to bsod's