Debugging :: Assembled New PC - Kernel Data Inpage Error In Windows 8
Mar 9, 2014
I recently built a new PC and I'm having trouble figuring out if the cause of the crash is the mobo, the ram, or the SSD, or the pagefile. I ran memtest and one of the sticks of ram came back with errors so I've taken that out but I don't know if it was the stick or the port the stick was in, I plan on checking that soon.
I don't know how to check to see if the SSD is faulty.
When the crash occurs the audio cuts out and all of the USB devices turn off, Windows 8 then says an audio device was unplugged. Then it cuts to the BSoD. Windows doesn't create a memory dump, I followed the guide in the sticky.
i recently got a new laptop. installed the OS, installed the drivers, everything is working fine except:
the first time i turn the laptop on, it gives me the error "kernel_data_inpage_error", then it either turns itself off(at which point it works normally when i turn it back on) or restarts itself(which also makes it work normally)
I might have heard a quick beep but nothing happened so I wasn't sure if I was just hearing things but then perhaps 5 minutes later I got a blue screen with a message saying my computer had to shut down and restart.
I have started having BSODs since last week. They seemingly seem to occur at random after using my computer around an hour. My computer is 2 years old, and I have never had problems with it, nor have I made any changes in the last weeks.
I have run chkdsk on both my drives, and they do not have any problems. I have also run a memorycheck (3 runs) and everything seems to be fine there as well.
After the first BSOD last week, my computer did not want to start up anymore, since for some reason my SSD was not the designated boot drive anymore. After changing this back it starts though, only to crash after a while again.
I have used the SF Debug tools, since my computer for some reason does not create dumpfiles in the designated folder.
I've been working on my mothers laptop and she has a HP Pavilion G6-1C51NR. She told me her laptop was a bit slow, so I decide to upgrade her to Win 8.1 from Win 7. I did a fresh install of Win 8 then updated to Win 8.1, now here is the weird part. Every time I boot the Laptop I get the Kernal Data Inpage Error once, then it restarts itself and it normally boots into the OS and I am able to use the laptop fine. This never happened when she had Win 7 on her laptop, and she had no viruses either. It started to happen ever since I installed Win 8 to her laptop, it happened on Win 8 and on 8.1. I have even re-installed the OS multiple times to see if it fixes it, but nope still has the issue.
So for the past 8 days I've been getting BSOD's (Kernel Data Inpage Error) randomly about once a day, without any dumps or logs being created, despite the settings being right and WERS service running.
Two weeks ago my 2 year old SSD (Corsair Force GT) died. Bios would freeze at around 70% when trying to boot off it, other computers wouldn't recognize it, it was basically bricked (i suspect the controller, since I only had it for 2 years, and only used for OS). So I sent it back, and they ended up giving me a different model (Corsair Force GS).
I performed a fresh install of Windows 8.1 Pro x64 on the new SSD, and ever since then I've been having the BSOD's. At first I suspected a driver problem, but Windows says all drivers are up to date and there's another weird thing happening: after the BSOD, when restarts and tries to boot up again, the BIOS freezes at around 70% again (around the time when it communicates with the default boot device), and I have to manually shut it down (from the power button), and turn it back on again(this time it works fine, and writes the 'Event 41, Kernel Power' event to logs).
I suspect it's the SSD again, but I can't explain it. It's been driving me crazy for the past week, especially since I also use this laptop (Acer Aspire 5737z) for work.
I get BSOD once in a while during startup with "Kernel Data Inpage Error". I did chkdsk /f /r and tried memory diagnostic. got a positive result also did a clean install of windows but still getting BSOD. I've attached the files.
I've been suffering a high volume of BSODs - both before and after I switched hard drive last week.
I'm getting Kernel_Data_Inpage_Error on almost every first startup. In addition, I often get a Page Fault in Unpaged Area BSOD when gaming (primarily Max Payne 3) - dxgmms1.sys has been referenced on more than one of these occasions.
My laptop has 4 months old. Envy dv6 1TB, i7, 12 Gb Ram.
I was doing normal work, and I left my laptop downloading a torrent. Laptop not connected to power, so only running on the battery on High Performance Profile. I had lunch , that took me around 40 minutes, and when i came back the screen was off ( which is normal) I moved the mouse, I was preparing to login and suddenly the screen just turned all blue with big letters telling me INPAGE KERNEL DATA ERROR and that the memory or something was going to be downloaded and then the laptop would be restarted. Then a percentage number started to increase 20%,30%, 60% 100% and laptop restarted.
Each time, there's a BSOD with saying that there was a Kernel Inpage Data Error which I have no clue what it is about. It's been happening for the past several weeks and just very recently, it started occurring very often, like every hour.
Oh, and yeah, this is happening on a laptop that I bought this year so it's new.
I have a ASUS windows 8 system (64-bit) I bought slightly more than a year ago. After 6 months, I got the Kernel_Data_Inpage_Error blue screen (like this image: ) once in 10 days or so. I neglected to address the problem then. Totally regret it! Its frequency slowly started increasing and today I got it almost once every hour.
It does not happen at start-up like I read in some forums but while I am randomly working. The error message appears and the system automatically restarts. I have a major presentation for school coming up in a couple of weeks and would like to fix this at the soonest.
I ran disk check on my C drive and it said there were some problems and I went ahead and requested a repair. Once its complete and I ran the disk check again it still says there are errors and I initiated the repair again. Not sure if its fixed this time. D drive had no problems. I also ran the memory diagnostics tool - no memory errors were found.
I keep getting blue screen all the time, its so frustrating, ive reinstalled for 2nc time now and this error doesnt go away. I dont know what to do, i dont know if it is a hardware problem or a software problem, ive run RAM and HDD tests and passed both. And everytime i get blue screen,the bios reverts to some old settings ive had.
I've recently assembled my pc and everything seemed to be working fine. But one day my pc was frozen on the window menu. I hard to forceably turn off my computer and restart it. When i turned it back down my pc would turn on and off repeatedly until it finally turned on for good. When my computer freezes, my keyboard, mouse and headset Immediately turns off, basically anything connected to the mobo. here are my specs
I've enabled XMP to run the ram at recommended settings, and disabled it, both options didn't solve the problem. It happens randomly, it could be on running fine for 8-10hours but out of no where the computer freezes acts wild (shuts itself off and on by itself).
Lately just after I updated my Windows 8.1 all of the sudden my PC started shutting down for no reason and I had to restart it. It often occurs during the morning hours, but it also occurs during the evening hours, too. It's a Kernel Power error with Event ID 41, Version 3, Level 1, Task 63.
Here's the zip file and text document attachments I made which contains more information about what's going on with my PC.
I have an Aspire S3 laptop Windows 8 to 8.1 - that now has a BCD error blue screen upon start up that is error OXCOOOO0D - boot configuration data Recovery
Blue screen reads:
Your PC needs to be repaired. The BCD is missing some required info. File:BCD you'll need to use recovery tools...
I don't have an install/repair cd/dvd, and I don't have my product key - since its on the BIOS and is unretrievable. I want to save ALL my files ... All I tried so far is to get into the BOOT by pressing F2 and switched it from UEFI to Legacy only it asks for BOOT disk...
I keep getting blue screens and the last one said Kernel security check failure. I'm not sure if the other failures were with the same error but I would assume they were. The laptop crashes while getting shut down, during several hours of use and today when I turned it on it failed straight away. I hope I've correctly posted the zip file.
I recently clean installed windows 8 to my pc and now i get a kernel data inpage error when i start up. The pc has to restart for me to log in successfully. Check the dump file. I love windows 8 and going back to win7 is not an alternative.
Dump files:> [URL] .....
I am using InsydeH20 rev 3.5 F.48 bios my chipset is AMD 1705 rev 0: steps for an upgrade to UEFI required.
I installed clean Windows 8. I checked the event viewer to see if everything is OK. But it has 4 critical error and they were all Kernel Power Error. I noticed these Kernel Power Errors are caused by when I restart my PC. Example is when I installed Photoshop, I restarted and I checked the Event Viewer Log. There was an event Kernel error created.
but here is where it gets complicated. When I boot to desktop after restarting my PC, it doesn't say my computer suffered from a serious error. I have to check it manually by going to the Event Viewer Logs. If I don't check the Event Viewer Log, I won't know.
There has also been times where my PC won't boot to Windows 8. I goes past BIOS and Windows boot screen, but it hangs there. It simply crashes.
I don't overclock my PC. My PC temps are always low old IDLE and always within the max temp under full load.I have installed and updated ALL drivers and BIOS. I thought this might be driver issue but I realized this happened when I installed it clean and booted up for the first time.
This does not happen in Windows 7. Only in Windows 8.
I ran Prime95 for 12 hours -- no error I ran Intel Burn Test for 9 hours -- no error I ran Memtest for 12 hours -- no error
My PC specs:
CPU: AMD FX 8350 4GHZ GPU: AMD Radeon HD 6870 RAM: 8GB Corsair Dual Channel Motherboard: ASUS M5A97 R2.0 PSU: XFX 450W Samsung 830 128GB SSD 500GB Western Digital HDD
I recently statred having a problem on some boot ups. I will either get a message that says an error has forced a restart and the above kernel message is displayed. On one other occasion, I got a blue screen with a lot of squiggly lines on one side of the screen. I am running windows 8 on a HP Lqaptop.what it could be?
So, it all started after i had my nvidia drivers error "Nvidia windows kernel mode driver error". After this error windows started being really annoying and laggy. Usually it lags most when i turn on computer, it takes a lot of time to load files, and strange thing happens after i turn it on. Just a few seconds after windows loads pictograms on dekstop windows strangly loads them again... I checked my disk usage, it goes to 100% sometimes and when its at 100% windows getting laggy. Usually reinstalling windows works, but I cant reinstall it atm, I got a lot of important stuff in it (and I made one disk). I am using windows 8.
"The maximum file size for session "Circular Kernel Context Logger" has been reached. As a result, events might be lost (not logged) to file "C:Windowssystem32WDILogFilesBootCKCL.etl". The maximum files size is currently set to 104857600 bytes."
"Session "Circular Kernel Context Logger" stopped due to the following error: 0xC0000188"
These two messages went away for awhile and now the're are back. How to make them go away? I don't think I did anything with tracing to make this happen?! I know I should make a pledge to never look at the Event Log but...every once in awhile I uncover something that can be fixed. I have Googled the messages but don't seem to be able to find any real solution. I tried deleting the .etl file but it fills up on the next boot.
'Your pc encountered a problem' and 'kernel security' is mentioned but no error number. After rebooting itself it asks me to wend problem report to Mickeysoft which I did. It does not occur very often but has approx. 3-4 times now. I was in Facebook at the time trying to reply to a question.
For a couple of days a strange thing happens to me after a while or Tuning 'that the computer is turned on I get a blue screen of death, but this does not happen regularly, however I went to the event log and in detail in XML vegono reported these details:
My PC just BSOD while playing games but this was only after it crashed to black screen unresponsiveness. A couple hours after the first crash (maybe after 1.5 hrs of gaming once again) it BSOD with the "Kernel Security Check Failure" error.
I built my current system about a month ago. Since then, I've had numerous BSODs, some caused by my graphics card driver. I updated the driver and the BSODs became less frequent. However, I still get them regularly, usually when waking the computer from sleep mode. I've had a couple at random times as well. I've tried to figure out (using WhoCrashed and WinDbg) what was causing these issues but to no avail. I ran Driver Verifier with all the drivers checked and have not gotten any BSODs from it. I have not yet run a Memtest since WhoCrashed said that the BSODs were not likely to be caused by hardware issues.