From: Computerpilot on 11/13/2002
The startup disk should have been created in Windows using a regular 3.5 floppy.
You should try to get into windows using safe mode (F8 during boot) or Step-by-Step confirmation to see what device is loaded just before the blue screen appears.
See my post here:
This might get you back up and running. My guess is that you have not disclosed all your previous blue screens that you had before when you were able to get into the operating system. This may help diagnose the problem as well.
You error memory address is unrecognizable by myself. I have seen similar error messages associated with printer drivers but I do not think that this is the issue you are having.