So I'm really hoping this isn't a hard drive failure but here it goes:
So for the past two days when using windows my computer will randomly freeze and eventually get a BSOD. Now the error that pops up with that is Kernel error 41. Which through researching and using Google means little next to nothing in solving my issue. So my computer restarts itself and when trying to re-launch windows 7 it gives me a message that says due to software and or hardware changes, windows can't start up.
When looking back in the bios after the crash, it does not recognize my Solid State Drive that has windows installed on it. However, after force restarting the computer, I can launch windows and mess around for a few minutes before it crashes again and the process repeats itself.
Any ideas or suggestions? Would be appreciated, I've already tried system restoring back a week with no improvement on the issue. Just looking for other ideas that wouldn't require me sending this hard drive back and wait weeks for a replacement.
For reference I am using a Mushkin Callisto DX2 Series 115GB 2.5" Solid State Disk with Windows 7 64 bit.