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- 03/27/17--02:36: _Unexpected I/O erro...
- 03/27/17--13:40: _BSOD just started r...
- 03/27/17--20:04: _BSOD Why playing ru...
- 03/28/17--02:40: _BlueScreen BCP3: FF...
- 03/28/17--10:02: _BSOD after sleep mode
- 03/29/17--14:15: _BSOD happens randomly
- 03/29/17--19:03: _BSOD error 0x00000124
- 03/29/17--20:57: _BSOD during file tr...
- 03/30/17--03:12: _win7 normal mode is...
- 03/30/17--10:27: _Random BSOD during ...
- 03/30/17--17:16: _win7 BSOD STOP:0x50...
- 04/01/17--19:31: _BSOD restarting com...
- 04/01/17--22:24: _Random BSOD when pl...
- 04/02/17--14:10: _BSOD multiple times...
- 04/03/17--17:35: _Bsod loop on startup
- 04/04/17--05:37: _BSOD while gaming.
- 04/05/17--05:24: _BSOD with mouse poi...
- 04/05/17--06:15: _BSOD with keyboard ...
- 04/05/17--15:04: _Bluescreen, which m...
- 04/07/17--18:44: _Trying to analyze s...
- 03/27/17--02:36: Unexpected I/O error 0xc00000e9
- 03/27/17--13:40: BSOD just started recently - BCCode D1
- 03/27/17--20:04: BSOD Why playing rust and open chrome 0x0000019
- 03/28/17--02:40: BlueScreen BCP3: FFFFF880031D5180
- 03/28/17--10:02: BSOD after sleep mode
- 03/29/17--14:15: BSOD happens randomly
- 03/29/17--19:03: BSOD error 0x00000124
- 03/29/17--20:57: BSOD during file transfer, 0x0000007A
- 03/30/17--03:12: win7 normal mode is locked up, very little still works
- 03/30/17--10:27: Random BSOD during presentation. Not sure of the cause
- 03/30/17--17:16: win7 BSOD STOP:0x50 PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA on Lenovo T410
- 04/01/17--19:31: BSOD restarting computer, OK when graphic card deactivated
- 04/01/17--22:24: Random BSOD when playing Graphic Demanding Games
- 04/02/17--14:10: BSOD multiple times in past 2 days BCCode D1
- 04/03/17--17:35: Bsod loop on startup
- 04/04/17--05:37: BSOD while gaming.
- 04/05/17--05:24: BSOD with mouse pointer on MacBook Pro running Win7
- 04/05/17--06:15: BSOD with keyboard or mouse
- 04/05/17--15:04: Bluescreen, which memory dump is best?
- 04/07/17--18:44: Trying to analyze sudden PC boots - 04/07/2017
I read the posts about that "Unexpected I/O error 0xc00000e9" error but obviously I'm dealing with unsolved issue.
Well, my neighbor brought me his Lenovo Ideapad asking for help. The laptop has Win 7 Pro, but not genuine installed. Obviously he is not "computer friendly person".
He told me that after starting up he must have pressed wrong button and the error occurred. I read on...
I'm getting sporadic BSODs for the past few days. Windows 7 64 on a parts box. No new hardware except an old USB keyboard I'm using as a replacement after my keyboard broke. Also did a Windows update recently. System seems stable when I unplug my NI Komplete Audio 6 audio interface - I've plugged it back in to generate the system info.
Hello New custom build about a week or 2 old I got some files if someone could look over that would be great! Thanks
Hope some one can advice how the problem below can be resolved. Also please see the attached report.
It happened the last time (today) whilst using Sketch Up.
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3
Locale ID: 1033
After my computer enters sleep mode, shuts down automatically. I must power back up, then get "Windows has recovered from an unexpected shutdown" Problem Event Name: Blue Screen, etc
I am analyzing the problem with WinDbg I am not sure where to go from here. Please check the dmp file
Microsoft (R) Windows Debugger Version 10.0.14321.1024 AMD64
Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Loading Dump File [C:\Windows\Minidump\032917-22916-01.dmp]
Mini Kernel Dump File: Only registers and stack trace are available
My client has a PC that BSOD's at random times, even when the PC is unattended. I have attached the DM log zip file. I have recently updated the BIOS, chipset and Graphics card but it has not resolved the issue. Please help
I have been experiencing a BSOD over the last couple of months that I have been unable to pinpoint. The BSOD usually occurs during heavy IO operations such as using multiple Robocopy instances and FTP. The computer will usually slow to a crawl before the BSOD where everything becomes unresponsive and I am only able to use the mouse. Sometimes it will recover, sometimes explorer will crash...
This on a HP Compaq Presario C700 laptop OS Win7 Home 32bit (that I am using temporarily). Everything on the laptop was fine until I went looking for the web site for the prog called "Virtal Audio Cable". I had the payed version on my D hard drive in an external USB case. The USB case and hard drive got distroyed by spilled can of coke on it. Anyways the web page that I though was the home...
Trying to find the cause of this blue screen. It happened during a presentation and I worry that it will happen again during another critical moment. I have attached the dmp file.
March, 23rd, 2017
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48
Locale ID: 1033
My Lenovo T410 Laptop gets BSOD randomly often with STOP:0x50 PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA
Uploaded is the zip file from DM Log Collector.
memtest86 ran normal. I have uninstalled avg but still get STOP:0x50
Thanks for you help,
When restarting my computer I had a black screen just after seeing the Windows Logo. Then I restarted the computer into No Failure mode and deactivated the graphic card, it restarted properly. Trying to reactivate the graphic card and to restart the computer led to the same problem as previously. I tried updating the drivers of the graphic card, but it didn't change anything.
Hey guys, I've been getting this BSOD for the past 2 months now. I have no Idea on what is causing this and how to fix it so I decided to post here.
I've been getting random BSOD when playing some heavy-moderate graphic demanding games like GTA V, Battlefield 3, and Hitman: Absolution. But its not crashing when I'm playing old games like Warcraft 3 & NFS: Underground 2. And yeah, it also...
Hello & a Big thanks for taking a look at this for me!
I have just been running my pc normally (browsing the web, not running any applications) nothing unusual and I am getting multiple BSOD the past 2 days
The DM log collector seemed to hang too after the progress on the msinfo file closed. but the file never saved into the directory. (it was 0kb) after 30 mins or so i closed it.
Windows 7 professional 64-bit
32gb of ram
The machine is stuck in an endless boot loop with BAD_POOL_HEADER error. I've tried swapping ram, clean boot, reseating everything, running bare hardware. The system boots into safe mode with no issues. I've attached a dump file if anyone can read it and suggest something else to try.
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No overclock (on any part). Fresh install of Windows 7, no issues installing whatsoever. Original install of Windows 7 had no issues until recently. I thought it was a graphics driver, so I rolled back. Nope. Reinstalled Windows. Was fine for a time, and then it started up again. Completely stumped.
Tried Windows 10 on the same hardware and it seemed to be ok but I only tested it for about a...
I am using a MacBook Pro 2008 with approx 190Gb Win7 partition and 60Gb OSX partition. I work on Win7 all the time. Since last five days my laptop is showing BSOD with the mouse cursor. I have tried most of the options available on Internet and your forum but it hasn't helped. I am attaching the full CBS.log output (zipped) of:
sfc /scannow /offwindir=c:\windows /offbootdir=c:\
I think the BSOD is happening with my keyboard, but really hard to tell since it has happened a few times in the last 12 hours. Both times I was either moving the mouse or keyboard and I think both inside of Chrome. Sorry I don't have more details than that :(
Sorry for the link, but I have the Logitech MK750 combo: ...
On BSOD, which memory dump is best to collect for posting here?
Small, Kernel, or Complete?
Trying to analyze sudden PC boots