I have been experiencing some sorts of BSOD frequently since I bought my HP Probook 4510s laptop. One of the keywords on BSOD screen I remember is igdkmd64.sys. I think this has to do with my Intel GMA4500HD video drivers but I have already downloaded and installed the latest drivers from HP website.
I once installed Windows 7 32 bit but now I am on 64 bit version. However, the BSOD appears on both versions. I have zipped my crash damp files. Hope I will be lucky enough to have someone here fix my problem.
So recently I attempted the jump from 32-bit to 64-bit in the form of Windows Vista 32 to Windows 7 64. My processor has 64-bit architecture (It's a Q9400), so I assumed if I did a clean install of windows 7 and formatted Windows Vista off of my hard drive completely, that I would not have an issue. When (I think) i'm almost done with the installation, and when windows is "starting up", the BSOD comes up with the error:
I am writing this right now because after the last BSOD it said "Windows can not start" and I had to restore to when it was previously working. So up until that point this is what I did.Since working with computers almost my entire life I know most BSOD are due to either bad memory, drivers, or bios. I started there and updated my nvidea drivers but it happened again. I moved to the motherboard bios.I did find a newer one on there and using ASUS tool I flashed the BIOS. Same thing still happened. Next I ran memtestx86 for 8 hours and it returned no errors.At this point I just decided to look for newest drivers for everything. One thing that happened consistently was that my wireless USB adapter from Cisco had to be unplugged and plugged back in for it to work. I went there first, reinstalled the drivers but still the same thing. I thought maybe it was my hard drive. I downloaded Seagates Utility tool and ran all the tests and they all passed fine. I ran defrag just for good measure along with windows version of the mem test and that passed as well. I still continued to get the BSOD and I have to tell you I'm irritated and also stumped.
Next I moved onto software. I have been using AVG free for years but I know virus programs do some crazy stuff and I got rid of that. Turned on windows defender. I decided that since the wireless adapter didn't work after these crashes maybe lets just go to a direct wired connection. I disconnected the cisco wireless adapter and I'm just using a direct connect right to my router.These come at random times.. nothing I do can trigger it. It can stay on for days and not crash and then there are times it can be up for 10 min and crash.Some of you might notice that in the CPU-Z screenshots I had to take the screenshot with the error underneath. Every time I chose either of the two slots it crashed the program.I have not done anything internally besides add some neon to my computer which does not connect to the board at all.I have seen IRQL blue screen once so I even went as far to go into the power settings for windows and make sure the usb and everything never went into any kind of "standby" mode.
I believe this is still under warranty and I would like to go in with good information if I need to challenge and get new hardware if that's what it is.On a side note I have not touched the memory physically. I know some suggestions were to reseed the memory and chip but In my opinion something that has been working for months that never moves off my desk and is never basically touched besides the power button shouldn't mean something just came loose after 4 months of owning it.Again that's just my opinion. I have removed AVG, Ad-Aware, Some webcam motion detector software (which was a joke) and the only thing that was really installed was Skyrim.
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This started happening last night while i was playing Borderlands 2, it has happened at idle, playing just about any game in my library, during downloads and just browsing the web. I changed all of my accessible drivers, and it continued to happen, so i moved all of my personal files onto my external HDD. I re installed windows on my SSD (did not reformat) and reformatted my HDD. I re installed my drivers, re-enabled SLI and it ran fine for about an hour, just downloading WoW, and then happened again twice.
I started getting BSOD two weeks ago. As far as I can remember the first time I had a BSOD was on the day I installed Max Payne 3 (I read somewhere that the some guy had also this problem when he installed max payne). There were two occasions that I got a BSOD upon starting Max Payne 3. But lately I'm getting BSOD when doing low-load stuffs like browsing with no other apps opened. I've already done memtest with 10 passes with no errors. I'm 24 hours prime95 stable. I just don't get it! I've manually set my timings for my ram. I'm not doing any overclock. Everything is on stock settings.
I am brand new to this site so forgive me if I miss a step. I was wondering if someone who is good at debugging dump files could give me a second set of eyes on these 2 I will attach. One BSOD is DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE (ntoskrnl.exe) and the other is UNEXEPECTED_KERNAL_MODE_TRAP (ntoskrnl.exe).I have this problem across 15 identical laptops with fresh installs of Win 7 Pro 64Now my guess is this will boil down to a BIOS upgrade, but if there are driver conflicts within these dump files
I am the developer of a driver for a network adapter device that does scatter-gather DMA. Driver is not newly developed, but has had some recent changes.My client has a puzzling BSOD on one x64 machine after about 18 hours of successful operation. My x64 Win 7 machine runs fine forever. Client's box crashes in seemingly random places that indicate mem corruption.Mem test on machine was clean. Minidump is attached. WinDbg stack doesn't trace back to my code - it just shows the calls to handle the exception. Any clues y'all can see?System info from WinDbg:Windows 7 Kernel Version 7601 (Service Pack 1) MP (4 procs) Free x64Product:WinNt, suite: TerminalServer SingleUserTSBuilt by: 7601.17640.amd64fre.win7sp1_gdr.110622-1506One difference between client's x64 and mine: Theirs has a valid DMA MapRegisterBase pointer from a AllocateAdapterChannel call, where mine (and my x86 systems) always have a null DMA MapRegisterBase
My computer has been stable for years, however recently I have been getting BSOD when doing any task. Windows will sometimes load to the desktop and I am able to watch video, run windows score, check email, etc before it will BSOD. Other times, it will BSOD before getting to the windows login screen.When I use safe mode, it logs in and stays there - no BSOD.I have tried removing all extra hardware in the machine, however this has had no affect. I have also tried one stick of RAM, then another, both BSOD.
Windows 7, 64bit, volume license (though OEM on the machine is also windows 7 64bit)1 month old hardware (10 days since I added memory). 18 month old OS install (backed up and restored, and drivers updated to new hardware)(Note that the older BSODs in the zip file are from old hardware)
Over the past months I have encountered a BSOD roughly every month and I want to get rid of it. The BSOD happens at random (at least as far as I know), not with specific tasks.This morning I started looking for the error and found that turning verifier ON might help in identification. I did this and rebooted a couple of times, every time with the same BSOD occuring during the boot stating something about dne64x.sys
Windows 7 Professional x64 full retail version +/- 8 months old system, OS age is the same
I never used it heavily at the start and assumed it was just a driver and that i'd figure it out later.Well; now is later and I can't figure it out.I've done a re-install of the OS (HP recovery)This system is about a year old and is an HP Pavilion dv6 laptop with AMD Phenom II N850 Triple Core @2.2 ghz 6 gig memory 64 bit Windows 7 Home Premium.
I just bought all my parts, and I can't seem to get the computer stable. It is constantly BSOD or freezing and crashing during games. I've attached the SF diagnostic report for one of the dumps i guess.
Two dell support technicians have said to go to factory settings butSpecs:64 bit windows 7 home premiumIntel core i3ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4330Service pack 1Any other info you want, just let me know. I'm so desperate for a solution that isn't a fresh re-load of windows.
This is how to Fix Windows 7 BSOD.Restart the computer and keep pressing F8 until the "Advance Boot Options" menu comes up.Use up and down arrow buttons to navigate the menu, select "Safe Mode" and hit EnterThis time you won't see the computer blue screen error.When the welcome screen comes up select Administrator and enter administrator's password(if you have one).Click on the START button and navigate to the Accessories folder. There you will see a folder entitled "System Tools," navigate to that folder and click on System Restore.In the System Restore program, make sure "Restore my computer to an earlier time" is selected and click NEXT.Choose a date on the calendar that you want to restore your computer and click NEXT.The last page of the System Restore will pop up with your date that you have chosen and click NEXT. The system will reboot and the computer blue screen will be gone
Windows 7 Home Premium, 64-bit, OEM, never reinstalledHP model #p6654y, approx. 1 year old, no major problems until nowI've attached the BSOD Dump and System File Collection, but Windows refuses to produce a System Health Report because I have to run in safe mode. If you have an alternative method, I'll be glad to try it, but normal mode seems to be producing crashes more and more quickly.
I've had my computer for about a year and a half now and I still can't seem to solve why I keep having BSODs. I sent my computer back to the maker, Cyberpower, and they took a look at it, did some stuff (I don't know what), and sent it back to me. I thought it was fixed but then the BSODs came back and I just don't know what to do now. I've used a program called, Blue Screen View, to look and log the BSODs. I have put the BSODs in a .txt file with this forum.
I recently wiped my hard drive and installed windows 7 home edition but I've been having alot of issues recently, if my computer boots up at all. Sometimes it just loops the sound of the fans starting up for as long as 20 minutes. Sometimes it just has graphics errors on the boot up screens.
I try to troubleshoot my computers myself but I'm having a real time problem. I've had 2 bluescreens in 3 days, after two weeks of smooth running following building this new computer of mine. (specs in profile) First crash happened whilst moving files around on my hard disk, after disabling a mouse driver for my Razer Copperhead. The second happened on shut-down.
I gave it a full check with CHKDSK with all options enabled, 5-pass. It checked out clean. My RAID software shows that my array is in perfect health. There haven�t been any other instances of file corruption or read/write errors. All my games function fine. I've scanned my computer with Kaspersky KIS, Spybot S&D, Malwarebytes and Windows Defender, all clean.
The only things I've done recently were installing Malwarebytes and drivers for my Razer mouse, both which I've removed and tested before posting this. I was in the process of running some additional stress-tests like Prime95 when this all started happening, though every test on my memory, processor and video card have come up clean.
In my new place I have had slight issues with static discharge, though I generally touch my metal desk to discharge it. My equipment is separated by a sheet of tempered glass, yet somehow, twice my mouse has shut off when I discharged. I don't know if this is just from a touchy mouse or if somehow the discharges have gotten to the USB port and the guts inside. God I hope I haven�t destroyed my computer... (After multi-metering my ESD wrist-strap, I found out that there was no connection. I used that thing to build the computer, geez...)
Problem signature: Problem Event Name: BlueScreen OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1 Locale ID: 1033 Additional information about the problem: BCCode: 24 BCP1: 00000000001904FB BCP2: FFFFF8800B697AC8 BCP3: FFFFF8800B697320 BCP4: FFFFF880012289D1 OS Version: 6_1_7601 Service Pack: 1_0 Product: 256_1 Files that help describe the problem: C:WindowsMinidump�50812-10748-01.dmp C:UsersGAppDataLocalTempWER-15038-0.sysdata.xml
I was wondering if someone could let me know what is wrong. My Minidump files are in the It has started happening randomly, and used to only be when I was playing for too long or left the game running.
Well I have been using Windows 7 build 7000 x64 for about 2 1/2 weeks, and so far I am liking what I see. Yesterday I saw it give a BSOD for the first time due to tdx.sys. I have been reading here and there and see people blaming this on AV software and network drivers.
Ok so I see most people do not have problems with avast so I have counted that out for the most part, but I do see people talking about netwoek drivers and that updating the Broadcom drivers should fix this. I am wondering if installing the Broadcom drivers will help anything im my case, although I do not think they will do anything since I do not use any Broadcom devices.
I`m running Windows 7 Build 7022 with no issues. i`ve upgrade to last Build (7048) and after updating graphic card driver with microsoft update i`ve get a BSOD 0x5c. I`ve try to do a new installation with the same issue. i`ve try vista drivers and always i get the same BSOD.
my card is X600 from Ati running on acer notebook (aspire 1690wlmi with 2Gb of ram, and 160Gb HD, Centrino mobile 1,6Ghz).
I've been having random BSOD's since upgrading to Win 7 64-bit (never had a single BSOD while using XP Pro for over a year).
I've had pretty much every BSOD error message I've ever heard of in the last two months, quota manger, cache manager, bad pool caller, system thread, irq less than equal to, changes to system files, the list goes on...
The BSOD's can happen as often as two in a row, or as little as once every week, the reason for them (according to the minidump analysis) ranges from MSN and Firefox to svhost.exe and other windows services.
I've scanned my HDD with MHDD and found no slow/bad sectors, I've posted on the Corsair forums, tested all my ram (1 stick at a time in different slots) with Memtest and had no errors. I've run stress tests with Everest for a few hours and had no crashes, I've also updated all my drivers (using Driver Genius).
MSINFO32 and Device Manager don't show any problem devices or drivers and my PSU (850Watt) is solid. The only thing I haven't changed is my OC'ing (but this was stable under XP - 5 hours of stress testing with Prime95).
Short of a total re-image/wipe any ideas? If you like i can upload my dump files. PC Spec below.
Any help is appreciated, cheers.
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 G0 Stepping (2.4GHz 1066MHz) @3.2GHz ASUS P5K-E/WIFI-AP AiLifestyle Series 2 x Corsair 2GB Kit (2x1GB) DDR2 800MHz/PC2-6400 XMS2 Memory Non-ECC Unbuffered CL4(4-4-4-12) E.P.P. Heat Spreader Creative SoundBlaster X-Fi Xtreme Gamer Soundcard NEC Optiarc AD-7170S-0S 18x DVDÂ±RW/DL/RAM Serial ATA Antec TruePower Quattro 850W Modular PSU 80PLUS Energy Efficiency Seagate ST3500630AS 500GB Hard Drive SATAII 16MB Cache 7200RPM Powercolour ATI HD 4870 1GB
from since the new nvidia drivers for win7 i keep getting constant bSODS when exitting a game for example : Batman Arkham Asylum, Resident Evil 5, Operation Flashpoint 2, Wolfenstein, please keep in mind that this only happens when i exit the game, this bsod error is a cdd.dll error, i searched about it and some said that it might be RAM related, tested my RAM with MEMTEST and still no errors . I even reinstalled win7 and the problem still persists.
I've been having BSOD's on Windows 7 since I installed, but its only under certain conditions.
It's only ever happened when playing a video file while playing a game, in this case Fallout 3, and a video in both Media player classic and Windows media player. (Both produce the CDD.DDL BSOD)
I've recently had to come down to just 1 stick of ram, due to blue screens about page files (non paged area I think, and win2k.sys) which solved them, but now this has started.
I've run memtest overnight, 12 or 14 passes and it came up clean. Latest ATi drivers, latest sound drivers, latest BIOS. I'm literally out of ideas now..
Something to note is pure video watching, and pure game playing, and overnight downloading do not trigger this, however I have had an instance where switching tabs on Google Chrome while watching a video on NFL.com has also caused this BSOD.