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08 Sep 2012  
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You are having a Bugcheck 0x24, with a probable cause Ntfs.sys.
Code:
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Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.

BugCheck 24, {1904fb, fffff8800a47a0c8, fffff8800a479920, fffff800030adfb6}

Probably caused by : Ntfs.sys ( Ntfs!NtfsCachedRead+180 )

Followup: MachineOwner
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So let us try to recover the error that is saying to be ntfs.sys.

  1. Reseat the sata and power.
  2. Run chkdsk /f/r, following the option two of the tutorial Disk Check
  3. Seatool for dos: SeaTools | Seagate download
    Burn it in a blank cd. boot from the CD, click on "Accept", wait for it to finish detecting the drives, then in the upper left corner select "Basic Tests", then select "Long Test" and let it run.
► Another one:

Code:
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Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.

BugCheck D1, {60, 2, 1, fffff88001d5f1f7}

Probably caused by : tcpip.sys ( tcpip!TcpSegmentTcbSend+87 )

Followup: MachineOwner
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tcpip.sys is network related. So upgrade the network drivers.
First, download the network card driver from manufactuer's website.
Then reinstall the driver:

  1. Click the Start Button, type "devmgmt.msc" (without quotation marks) in the Start Menu Search box and press Enter.
  2. Double click to expand "Network adaptors".
  3. Right click your network card and click Uninstall.
  4. Check "Delete driver software for this device" check box, click OK.
  5. Restart the computer
  6. If windows does not auto configure the appropriate drivers at startup, install the downloaded one manually.
Do it, for:
  • Intel(R) Gigabit CT Desktop Adapter
  • ASUS PCE-N15 11n Wireless LAN PCI-E Card
  • Ceton InfiniTV Network Device
  • RAS Async Adapter
Gigabyte Easy Tune 6 driver (known issues w/Win7) : GVTDrv64.sys
Uninstall it, totally.

Intel Raid StorPort Driver : Very old, of 2005.
Update it from http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Default.aspx

LSI Logic Fusion-MPT FC Driver (StorPort): Of 2008
Update it from Pages - Find Support By Product

► For some other reasons, I would suggest you to turn on Driver verifier. There are a lot of Bugchecks you have got, which are generally for Device Driver failure, but not traceable apparently. Driver verifier will contain more info about the crashes in the subsequent dumps.
Driver Verifier - Enable and Disable



Let us know how all went.
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