Some BSODs also display references to special files and libraries, such as (off the top of my mind) "ntfs.sys", "ati.dll", nv32.dll", and such quite descriptive ones. Also, they can display the error message such as "IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL", "NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM".
Search that one on the internet, and in 90 % of the cases you will find out the exact cause.
But in your case, it is for sure one of these:
- Problem with the northbridge of your motherboard (physical or driver)
- Hard drive error (physical)
- Memory error (physical)
So start by eliminating causes:
- Try the hard drive in another computer that works normally, then see if the file moves OK in that computer. If it does, then the problem is not the hard drive. (Try also with a different SATA cable!)
- Try to put different memory sticks into your computer, from a computer where they work. Try to move the file - if the error still comes up, it's not your current RAM that causes the problem.
- Finally, and more time consumingly, you can try to put a different motherboard in your system. If moving the file no longer crashes the system, it's quite likely a problem in the motherboard.