A few weeks ago, I got a BSoD on ntfs.sys. Happened once, never again since.... Today, I got the dreaded Stop 0×0000000A: IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL BSoD.
The thing is, I haven't installed hardware in ages... I am not a driver-updater. I only update drivers when needed, and this machine has been rock stable since I re-installed it in 2005, so I never saw the need to install new drivers.
Last hardware upgrade was a new hard disk, but that's over a year ago....
I ran memtest86 (the one on my Ubuntu disk) and it reports everything as normal.
I'm a bit stumped... My best guess is that the hard disk is failing.... That does match with the ntfs.sys error, but not really with the Stop error.
Yeah, yeah, I know.... "Just buy another computer". Screw that, I like keeping my hardware as long as possible.