The Stop 0xD8 message typically occurs if your computer runs out of page table entries (PTEs) due to a driver that requests large amounts of kernel memory. Correcting the driver that is causing the error message or increasing the number of PTEs usually corrects this issue. See M256004 for more details.
See Error code 0x0000003F and the rest of the links below for additional information on this event.
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