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Windows 7: Potential fix for Nvstor.sys, Nvstor32.sys errors.

03 Nov 2010   #1
Another420

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Potential fix for Nvstor.sys, Nvstor32.sys errors.

Good day all.

I'd thought I would share my good news.

I have had the dreaded "nvstor.sys", and "nvstor32.sys" problems for the last week. I have tried every trick I could Google for. I tried newer drivers, and older drivers. I could also reproduce the error (at will), so that it would show up in the "Event viewer". Not a thing would work.

I am running Windows 7 (32 bit), Nforce 520 board. I installed this hot fix (Windows6.1-KB982018-x86.msu) "http://thehotfixshare.net/board/index.php?autocom=downloads&showfile=12386" which updates your "nvstor.sys" to version "10.6.0.18". That helped but did not fix the problem. Instead of errors in "nvstor.sys", the errors started showing up in "nvstor32.sys".

The fix: Make sure your sata boot drive is the on the first sata port on your board. My boot drive was on the second port. As soon as I put in on the first port, all my problems went away. I could not reproduce the error, or get an error in "event viewer".

I'm not 100% that this will work for everybody, but it fixed my problem. I've been messing with this for over a week now.

I'll post back if I start getting errors again, but I think this fixed it.

Good luck to everybody that has this problem. It is a headache.


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09 May 2013   #2
covgeek

7x64
 
 

This worked for me!

Was trying to fix for a mate, grasping at final straws with an intermittant hard crash problem, and switched the sata drives on a whim.

It fixed it and I was most confused as to why this would work.

Then found friends crash log and located the nvstor driver

found this page

Shot away!
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09 May 2013   #3
x BlueRobot

 

nvstor32.sys and nvstor.sys are part of the nVidia chipset for your motherboard, it could be due to problematic drivers or a bad motherboard.

Anyhow, thanks for posting, the solution which has worked for you.
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