Debugging :: Many BSOD On Boot Up Followed By System Restore

Sep 12, 2013

I recently put together this computer from parts piece by piece. Unfortunately all these problems started on a particularly large upgrade including new motherboard, processor, heatsink, ram and gpu. So I'm not sure exactly what is causing this problem. Sometimes when I start up I get a BSOD, often a random cause, I've never seen any consistency. And that can cause up to 3-4 BSOD's in a row on boot up until eventually a system repair is attempted, which has to perform a system restore. After the system restore I get another one or two crashes before I am able to keep my computer on. Then a couple of days later, I might suffer the same bizarre chain again.

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Debugging :: System Crash / BSoD - Dual Boot Running Windows 7 And 8

May 6, 2014

I am the same person who posted a thread about needing drivers for Windows 7 after dual booting it with my preinstalled copy of Windows 8. So, I was on Windows 7 today, and my screen randomly blinked on and off for 5 seconds, and then came up with a message saying my system display driver crashed but had recovered. Then, about a minute later, it crashed again and came up with a BSOD saying that the display driver had crashed but failed to recover. I do not have the error code from it, as I only saw this screen once, and forgot to copy down the codde because I got freaked out But anyways, I have copied the system report to this post from the Seven Forums System Tool. I am currently running in safe mode on my Windows 7.

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Debugging :: Bad System Config Info - BSOD After Changing Boot Settings

Feb 16, 2014

Today when I played my favorite game ( entropia universe), I got a message from my game saying that I have low ram, I checked on the Ctrl alt del thing and I was shocked that only 3.8 gb ram was usable when i have 8 gb ram and using 64 bit system. So here comes to my first question... Why would this happen?

So I happened to follow a tutorial and turned on the maximum ram checkbox in the advanced settings in boot tab in msconfig. However when I first reboot I got the session 3 initialisation failed BSOD. The second time and third time and so on and so forth I got bad system config info, which turned my computer into a reboot loop. Second question, why would this happen?

My experience similar to this unlucky fellow : Win 8 BSOD : BAD_SYSTEM_CONFIG_INFO (Details available)SOS

so I followed the guide in the thread and tried to recreate my BCD. I successfully got into the advanced setup options ( I think it is called this ?) by pressing shift +f8.

However I still failed as I was locked there. Every option including opening the command prompt is blocked because it said that operating these options needed administrative rights which I have in my hands. However the ASO said that it can't find any administrative accounts in my computer. Third question , why would this happen?

So now my computer fell into another loop. Whenever I started my computer it went into the ASO and wouldn't get away from it. And can't even see the lovely face in BSOD.

I am am using windows 8.1 in amd fx 8150 and 8 gb ram, computer was somehow normal with occasional freezing ( 1-2 times a month ).

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Maintenance :: System Restore Points Not Being Created (no Dual Boot)

Mar 24, 2013

I am running a cleanly installed standalone Windows 8 Pro X64 system which is not creating system restore points for updates, installations, and Revo Uninstaller uninstalls (despite the requisite setting being on in Revo).

I have being doing quite a bit of installation and updating over the past week or so but apart from one manually created restore point the only other was for an installation of Power DVD yesterday.

It seems MS is sitting on its hands on this one.

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Debugging :: BSOD After Update Try / Have To Restore Every Time

May 6, 2014

I have been getting the BSOD every time I try to update my computer. The updates that I am trying to apply are mandatory updates, so this happens every week when my computer requires me to update.

The updates being applied are 3

Security for IE, KB 2964444
Security Update for Windows x64 based systems, KB2964757
Update Windows 8.1 for x64 based systems, KB2919355

I have attached the SF file.

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Debugging :: BSOD On Windows 8.1 - No Backup / Restore Points

Feb 26, 2014

I have the famous blue screen of death for the first time. I am using windows 8.1. Every time I try to boot into my rig, it says that:"windows has encountered some problems and need to restart". I am using another computer to write this message but most of all I have absolutely no clue how to resolve the issue. Restore Points were turned off in the rig to save space - Not my idea but it is what it is I have no back up - I am starting my rig and as soon as I get to the log in screen, the unit restart to a blue screen. I have a couple of options but most of them can't since I have no back up and no restore point.

When the rig restarts, I land on a blue page with 1 continue 2 troubleshoot 3 turn off your PC I choose 2 (because of tools). Then I have: 1 Refresh you PC: I need the refresh more than my PC 2 Reset your PC. It says if you want to remove all your files. Definitely not what I want to do. 3 Advanced options I choose 3 and then I get: 1 System Restore: No restore point so useless 2 System Image Recovery: No backup so useless 3 Start Up Repair: Tried that but no go 4 Command prompt: Tried that but I have no clue on how to move forward once on command prompt. 5 Start Up Behavior I picked that one and went option 1 to 4. 4 being the option that allowed to log into the unit in safe mode. Once I am in Safe Mode what should I be doing ?

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Debugging :: BSOD Crash And Now Computer Has To Restore To Restart

Nov 19, 2013

I have solved this issue by not leaving my laptop plugged into my television through HDMI while it restarts to install updates. If you run into this issue, make sure you try leaving all ports open on your computer.

A few weeks ago my PC ran into a Blue screen of death error. I'm not sure why or exactly when it happened, but I think it may have led to the issues I have now. About 3 weeks ago (I think) I was playing a game and the forced restart to install updates thing popped up. It said I had 15 minutes before my system would restart and install updates. I was a bit cranky at the time, so I got mad and decided to look up on the internet how to disable forced restarts for windows 8. I came across a thread on a site much like this that explained how to open your system registry and delete the forced restart file or something similar.

I opened my registry and couldn't find it, so I ended up not deleting anything, but I did keep my registry open on accident and my computer restarted while it was open. It crashed during the update install and gave me a BSOD error. I restarted my computer and it began installing updates yet again. It got to 30% and then went black. A few seconds later, the Asus logo popped up with the loading circle below it. It said attempting to repair or something similar to that. It eventually failed to repair, so it asked if I would like to proceed with a system restore. Seeing no other options, I clicked yes. The screen went black again and the Asus logo showed up with the loading circle below it. It failed to system restore and took me to a blue screen that isn't the BSOD. It said there were other options like refreshing my system, and it assured me that I would not lose my files (but it said nothing about apps).

I decided to do that over the manufacturer restore. It worked, but I lost all of my apps that I had installed. After redownloading and installing all the apps, I thought it would be over. About a week later another windows update popped up. I thought it would work fine this time, so I let it go. The same thing happened, and I ended up having to system refresh again. This happens every time my computer restarts, and it is very aggravating. I'm not sure what to do about it, although I haven't tried to manufacturer restore yet.

TL/DR; My computer has to system refresh every time it restarts, causing me to lose all of my apps and have to reinstall them each time. I think it has something to do with my computer restarting to install updates while my system registry was open.

I wasn't sure what to provide for specs, so I'll just add in the usual Ram and stuff:

Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4500U CPU @ 1.80GHz 2.40 GHz
Installed memory (RAM): 8.00GB (7.89 GB usable)
System type: 64-bit Operating System, x64-based processor
Pen and Touch: Full Windows Touch Support with 10 Touch Points

I added the SF_19-11-2013.rar file to the post because I just saw the requirements >.>

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Debugging :: BSOD At Boot Error 0x0000012a - Can't Boot Into Windows 8.1

Mar 8, 2014

Client computer that shows black screen with text at boot up. Cannot boot into Windows 8 (8.1?)

This is what is on the black screen;
Your PC needs to restat.
Please hold down your power button.
Error Code 0x0000012a
Parameters:

0x0000000000000001
0x0000000000000046
0x0000000000000000
0x0000000000000000

After re-boot a message shows
Prepairing Auto Repair
Diagnosing PC

PC Did Not Start correctly either with 2 options - Restart and trying any of the Advanced Options

Restart option did nothing but restart this cycle of BSOD, etc. Advanced options to troubleshoot (Refresh, Reset, System Repair, Command Prompt are not available due to the following message:" You need to sign in as an administrator to continue, but there aren't any administrator accounts on this PC"

No system recovery disks or Windows 8 Installation media available.

PS :Cannot boot into Windows 8

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Debugging :: Multiple BSOD Errors On Startup - Pre / Post Factory Restore

May 24, 2014

So my laptop has been getting multiple BSOD errors during or shortly after startup. I let my roommate download and play WoW and Ventrillo. And the issues started shortly after, first with the game simply crashing and escalating into the computer itself not working correctly. I figured the best place to start since it didn't have much stuff on it was to just put my stuff I needed on a USB and do a factory reset. Which seemed to make no change. I have run memtest once for four passes and it found no errors.

I can remember a few of the errors I have been getting.
Bad Pool Header
Memory Management
IRQL not less or equal
Kernal Security Check Error/Failure
There was also one or two other memory related ones that I cant remember the exact wording of.

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Debugging :: BSOD While System Was Unattended

Jan 16, 2014

I ran into a BSOD while the system was unattended. I used Who Crashed and got the following information. Unfortunately I realize that may be difficult as I cannot include all of the files you typically request(only the minidump is attached) ...

Here is the info from Who Crashed:

This was probably caused by the following module: win32k.sys (win32k!NtUserGetDC+0x24)

Bugcheck code:
0x50 (0xFFFFF960000E1008, 0x8, 0xFFFFF960000E1008, 0x7)
Error: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA
file path:
C:WINDOWSsystem32win32k.sys
product: Microsoft Windows Operating System
Company: Microsoft Corporation
Description: Multi-User Win32
Driver

Bug check description: This indicates that invalid system memory has been referenced. This appears to be a typical software driver bug and is not likely to be caused by a hardware problem. The crash took place in a standard Microsoft module. Your system configuration may be incorrect. Possibly this problem is caused by another driver on your system that cannot be identified at this time.

There haven't been any hardware changes or software installs for many months now. Scanning (SFC, CHkDKS) did not reveal any errors.

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Debugging :: BSOD After System Goes To Sleep

May 12, 2014

I am facing a BSOD every time my new ASUS laptop running Windows 8.1 goes to Sleep and I try to wake it up. The BSOD displays the error message Driver_Power_State_Failure. I have attached the files from the SF diagnostic tool.

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Debugging :: BSOD While Starting Up - System Becoming Very Slow

Jun 21, 2014

I've been having the BSOD Issue for a week or two now. It takes forever to boot and then it gives me a blue screen with the Error Driver_Power_State_Failure. I tried going back restore points...that dint work.

I also tried Refreshing and Resetting the PC using those settings on Windows...Still same issues...And also because of this...my system is becoming very slow now as well.

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Debugging :: Multiple BSOD Are Crashing System?

Mar 31, 2014

Following errors appear frequently:

IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED
BAD_POOL_CALLER
IRQL_GT_ZERO_AT_SYSTEM_SERVICE

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Debugging :: BSOD Daily - System Service Exception

Sep 15, 2014

I've been getting blue screens of death infrequently, attached to my PC randomly losing power and hard freezes. I used to ignore it (used to get it rarely in BF4 a while ago, and often in Star-Citizen), but with things like LoL or Diablo 3, it doesn't ever happen.

Now i've been playing ArcheAge it's been happening alot, I purged my ATI drivers (was getting an AODDriver registry issue showing up with Event Viewer) with uninstall and the reg-edit clean. Then installed the most recent build and used CC cleaner to clean out a whole lot of issues it found. The random shutdowns and freezes seemed to have stopped, but I've still been getting the System_Service_Exception BSOD a few times a night of constant play.

I have a bad suspicion with the freezes / shutdowns it's a HDD issue or a power supply issue, but after the driver clean i've only been getting BSODs so far (as the oldest parts of my PC is my 5+ year old Corsair 620W and my HDDs that now are sitting loose as my 280x is too wide for the case(getting a 750D and a SSD for boot soon hopefully, then PSU later).

Still getting freezes. I think the attached ZIP is what i need to attach, I accidentally ran it twice not realising the folder where it put the dump.

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Debugging :: Random BSOD While Gaming - System Crashes

Jul 28, 2014

It is just a matter of time before the system crashes. Sometimes I can play a whole evening without a crash, sometimes it crashes every 5 minutes. It does not seem to coincide with what happens in the game and it can be an old game with minimum graphics or something else on max, the crash is the same. As it crashes, screen goes black, it generates a hum on the speakers, and all I can do is to push the power button until it shuts off the power. Another problem is that there is NO dump file whatsoever. Minidump settings are all validated, but no dump gets created. I hope the SF debug Tool is enough.

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Debugging :: BSOD Every Day / Kernel System Check Failure

Jun 4, 2014

So a few nights ago I was on my computer. The power randomly went out in my neighborhood without warning despite the fact a storm wasn't present. I restart the computer and continue. Later that night I receive a BSOD Kernel System Check Failure and have to restart again. Now 3 days later, it does the same thing once a day. Except today was different. After my third blue screen I opened up chrome to research the matter when a message popped up to inform me that my chrome settings had become corrupted. This makes me worry that this has its roots in the bowels of my system's memory.

These are the files that windows suggested I send to microsoft:

c:windowsminidump-60414-17484-01.dmp
c:usersmasonAppDatalocalTempWER-61359-0.sysdata.xml
c:windowsmemory.DMP

I know you can't do too much with these, but I thought it might serve some purpose.

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Debugging :: BSOD When Waking System From Sleep Or Hibernate

Jun 6, 2014

BSOD when waking system from sleep or hibernate.......

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Updates :: No Boot After Updates - System Restore Only Option Available?

Aug 19, 2013

I have had to system restore 3 or 4 times in the last week or so as Windows 8 refuses to boot after installing the latest updates discovered from the last couple of weeks (though some are from December 2012)

I have unchecked all the current updates and have decided against installing them as they seem to be preventing Windows from booting.

Pattern - "Restart to install updates"

Restart locks on the start screen - Restart again and locks again (repeat this process 3x)

"Windows is automatically repairing..." - Fails

"Windows must restore settings to a previous time..." - Usually succeeds, sometimes fails.

Then I can get back into Windows.

As soon as I install these updates, I won't get back into Windows until I system restore since before the updates and my build won't remain stable unless I prevent Windows from installing these updates.What could be going on?

They are quite big updates (totalling ~740mb and have all been discovered in the last week or so though some date back to late last year)

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Maintenance :: Automatic Restore Points Not Working In System Restore

Aug 5, 2013

Automatic Restore Points is not working in System Restore. Task Scheduler is empty during last 30 days.

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Debugging :: Seemingly Random System Crashes No BSOD Just Colour

Dec 5, 2013

So basically my system is crashing at seemingly random points (games, desktop, programs...anytime) even though the system appears to be ok.

I've updated all drivers, ran memtest, even ran prime95 (was oc'ing recently but the crashes were happening before that) and everything checks out.

My rig is as follows: Windows 8.1 ProAsus Crosshair V Formula (latest bios)16gb CMX8GX3M2A2000C9 XMS3 (4x 4GB, running at 2071mhz)AMD HD7970AMD FX8150 (oc'd to 4.2ghz)2x OCZ Agility 3's in Raid0

This crash has happened a few times before the overclock as well as after, previous to installing 8.1 (upgraded from 8) the overclock was running stable for nearly 3 months. I rarely go over 60c and have been able to run prime95 for long periods of time during testing it without problems, as I said the crash happens at stock speeds too! So in short I don't think its related to the OC.

I have windows set to a minidump but when the crash happens I don't get the BSOD screen but rather just a screen in a random colour.

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Debugging :: BSOD Scanning Computer For Virus Now EFI File System Gone?

May 15, 2014

I was scanning my computer for virus's 2 days ago when the computer locked up. So I shut it down and restarted it. I got a BSOD saying NTFS_FILESYSTEM. I restarted the computer and same error. I then loaded up Parted Magic to run Clam AV and started that but when I went to look at the program Parted Magic I noticed that my EFI System Partition has no file system and is blackened out. I do have a Acronis backup unforturnatly it's 3 month's old but it's better than nothing. I also have tried using a Windows Recovery thumb drive to fix the startup issue. I chose the "Fix Startup Issues" option and it started to do something and said it would take hours but then all the sudden it restarted and when I tried to run the Startup fixer it said it couldnt do anything about it. Is there a way to rebuild that EFI System Partition? I would like to fix it but at least anything I use Parted Magic to get my personal documents and things onto a external drive for a backup and then do a fresh install.

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Debugging :: BSOD Driver State Power Failure And System Lag

Feb 9, 2014

My machine is breaking down here.

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Debugging :: MSI Laptop BSOD When Using Chrome / System Service Exception

Apr 18, 2014

My Msi Ge70 2oe is 5 moths old and i got several BSODs since purchase. I updated most drivers in April, still got 6xBSOD this month. Most of them System_Service_Exception and addressing ntoskrnl.exe+59769. idk what that means, think have some really bad drivers it happens mostly using chrome.

Using manufacturers Live update 5 to update, although not installed some optional like norton internet security. Checked memtest and windows memory test programs, nothing unusual.

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Debugging :: BSOD When Opening Skype - System Service Exception

Aug 13, 2014

I used to blue screen whenever I start up my laptop; could only start it through safe mode. I had a ton of errors trying to reinstall Windows, but then eventually did it. Anyway, Why I was blue screening. I was setting up everything and downloading things I wanted (after resetting Windows and deleting almost everything), when *SEEMINGLY* out of nowhere, I would blue screen. After a couple of blue screens, I noticed it was only when opening Skype. Turns out this was why I was blue screening ages ago when opening my laptop. Anyway, I want to fix this. More detail would be this: I click on Skype, blue screen with something to do with "System service exception ks.sys"

I need Skype to communicate with friends and family.‚Äč

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Debugging :: BSOD When Boot Into Windows 8.1?

Sep 15, 2014

I started experiencing crashes when I was playing League of Legends and they increased in frequency and now my PC crashes as soon as I boot into Windows.

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Debugging :: Random BSOD On Every 2nd / 3rd Boot?

Jun 9, 2014

I get a random BSOD when I boot my HP Pavilion 15-e073sa notebook.

It's only on boot up, and only every 2 or 3 boots it gives me a REFERENCE_BY_POINTER and reboots, usually with no problem.

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Debugging :: Windows 8.1 BSOD Boot Error

Sep 15, 2014

I was working on my laptop on Tuesday and all of a sudden it blue screened with the following error:

system thread exception not handled athwbx.sys

I have tried to uninstall the graphics card as a lot of searches mentioned that this was a problem. I can boot the laptop to safe but cant do much else than that. I have also tried system restore but that fails as well.

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Debugging :: Windows 8 - BSOD On First Fresh Boot Of The Day

Oct 26, 2013

Upgraded to 8 a couple months ago. For the last several weeks have been getting BSODs fairly consistently, usually within the first 5 mins of the first time booting for the day. Subsequent reboots usually won't have an issue.

The errors are always something different. Have seen Page_fault_in_nonpaged_area, system_service_exception, some kind of memory management error.

I've tried testing memory with both memtest86, and windows memory diagnostic, both came up clean.

Been looking at memory dumps, but they all point to different programs causing the issue: Steam showed up twice, Skype, I think there was a dwm.exe

Results of my latest memory dump:

Code: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA (50)Invalid system memory was referenced. This cannot be protected by try-except,it must be protected by a Probe. Typically the address is just plain bad or itis pointing at freed memory.Arguments:Arg1: fffffb0000000408, memory

[Code]....

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Debugging :: BSOD System Thread Exception Not Handled Error / Nvidea Card?

Aug 12, 2014

I just updated my Nvidea graphics card, and for some reason after restarting my laptop, in order to install these files to the system, the "System Thread Exception Not Handled" Blue screen error flashed on my screen, and later redirected me to an automatic repair screen, which attempted to fix this issue.

I ended up restarting the laptop on safe mode, uninstall my Nvidea graphics card and completely reinstall it from scratch.But for some reason it keeps giving me the same error each time I restart my laptop.After some research online, apparently there's an issue with Avast and Nvidea?

You will find attached the SF Diagnostic Tool grab all option files needed to view the issue at hand.Many are saying that I've not been installing the corrent drivers, but that's not possible, as it's directly from the MSI website (GT70 0NE) linked to the official Nvidea website, saying that the driver includes my graphics card (680M).

While other people are saying that maybe Avast is causing some issue towards the graphics card?I have the Avast 2014 Professional Antivirus.

Laptop Specs:
Windows 8.1
MSI Dragon Edition 2, GT70 0NE, Intel Core i7-3630QM CPU @ 2.40 GHz 64 bit
NVIDIA GeForce GTX680M
Intel HD Graphics 4000

I'm currently running my laptop without the nVidea Graphics Card Drivers, and seems to be fine so far.

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Debugging :: Asus K450j Laptop - BSOD System Thread Exception Not Handled

Aug 28, 2014

I'm using a asus k450j laptop, the laptop only have a few months so its almost new, it's rare happening bsod, this time happened while seeing a movie.

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Debugging :: BSOD After Windows 8.1 Update - Can't Boot Partition

Apr 1, 2014

After updating my Windows 8.1, I experienced a BSOD and it has yet to go away. I cannot boot into my old Windows 8.1 partition and keep getting the error message: CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED

I analysed the crash dump created and it revealed that ntdll.sys was the problem. I don't want to lose those files and my hard disk is all cluttered now with the addition of a new partition.

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