This stop message is caused by a faulty driver that attempts to write to read-only memory. Microsoft states that this problem most frequently appears during an upgrade, when you install a faulty device driver, a system service, or when performing a firmware upgrade.
As with many others stop messages caused by device drivers, the first steps to fix the problem should be directed at identifying the device driver that is causing the problem. Once identified, the driver should be updated, or uninstalled. Using updated software is especially important for multimedia applications, antivirus scanners, DVD playback, and CD mastering tools. The culprit driver can be identified from the BSOD or from the dump file created when a bugcheck occurs.
M244617 shows information on how to use the Driver Verifier to troubleshoot Windows drivers.
This problem can also be caused by using the Qwestdex Dex toolbar in Windows XP. See M306205 for information on this issue.
You can also perform a clean boot in order to troubleshoot this problem. See M281770, M310353, and 316434 for information on performing a clean boot.
See “Windows DDK”, “Windows XP Resource Kits - Stop 0xBE”, “Troubleshooting specific Stop messages”, and “Windows 2000 Server Getting Started - Appendix A - System Recovery and Troubleshooting” for additional information on this problem.
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