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Windows 7: Crashing: Repost

21 Jun 2009   #1

Windows 7 (7100)
 
 
Crashing: Repost

Alright, I am moving my post about crashing to here since it would probably make more sense.

Original thread here:
Crashing: Gotten me at my wits end.

Dump file here:
Will Host For Food!

Perfmon report:
http://www.willhostforfood.com/access.php?fileid=71283

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21 Jun 2009   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TheMyst View Post
Alright, I am moving my post about crashing to here since it would probably make more sense.

Dump file here:
Will Host For Food!
What, exactly, is your query? Are you getting a STOP error? Is the computer freezing? Restarting randomly? Which build are you using? What are your system specs? etc...
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21 Jun 2009   #3

Windows 7 (7100)
 
 

Everything about my computer is already on my profile. And it's your typical BSOD. It just occurs all the ****ing time.
DRIVER_IRQL
SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION

Any day, any time for any reason, it will crash. No exceptions. And I have just about had it.
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21 Jun 2009   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TheMyst View Post
Everything about my computer is already on my profile. And it's your typical BSOD. It just occurs all the ****ing time.

Assuming you computer stays on long enough:
  1. Click the "Start Orb"
  2. Right-click on "Computer", then select "Properties"
  3. In the left pane, click "Advanced system settings" (you may need to respond to a UAC prompt)
  4. In the "Startup and Recovery" section, click "Settings"
  5. In the "System Failure" section, remove the check from "Automatically restart"
  6. Click "OK" to close "Startup and Recovery"
  7. Click "OK" to close "System Properties"
If your computer does not stay on long enough to complete the above (or the BSOD happens during boot), try the following:
  1. When your computer restarts, repeatedly press the F8 key (if you BIOS asks from which drive you want to boot, select the correct drive, the continue pressing F8
  2. In the Windows startup menu, select the "Disable automatic restart on system failure" option, and press ENTER
The next time you get a BSOD, make a note of the name, the code and any filenames it may mention, then report back.
although from your last post, it would appear to be a bad driver...
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21 Jun 2009   #5

Windows 7 (7100)
 
 

I already disabled the automatic restart on BSOM$LAZYNESS.

Things I have seen mentioned are:

hidclass.sys
nvlddmkm.sys
usbehci.sys

among numerous others that I haven't written down.
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21 Jun 2009   #6

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TheMyst View Post
I already disabled the automatic restart on BSOM$LAZYNESS.

Things I have seen mentioned are:

hidclass.sys
nvlddmkm.sys
usbehci.sys

among numerous others that I haven't written down.
hidclass.sys would indicate a problem with a Human Interface device, probable keyboard and/or mouse drivers.

nvlddmkm.sys i believe would belong to your nVidia drivers.

usbehci.sys is for your usb controller.

Either way, if the filename being mentioned differes each time (as I'm guessing so do the actual STOP codes?), then your problem is more severe than we may believe.

Which build of 7 are you using, have you turned off UAC and what anti-virus software are you using. Do not neglect even the smallest detail.
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21 Jun 2009   #7

Windows 7 (7100)
 
 

UAC (AKA: Bring me a bottle MS): Disabled.

AV: AVG Antivirus.

I recently flashed my bios from stock to the latest version. Stock was like... 403 I think?

The DIMMs are in sockets A2 and B2 since I can't fit them into A and B 1. The Dominator heatsinks are too big to coexist with my CPU's Thermaltake Heatsink, but I'll get another heatsink if that is what it boils down to.

Again, my windows build info is in my profile, although (not to sass a mod or anything) perhaps an illustration may help.

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21 Jun 2009   #8
Microsoft MVP

 
 

Troubleshooting BSOD's isn't as simple as reading the memory dump files (oh how I wish it were! )

Here's a link where I've briefly described what I do when reviewing a BSOD post:
http://www.sevenforums.com/general-d...tml#post129991

TheMyst's original post is here: Crashing: Gotten me at my wits end.

Lot's of issues noted on different forums when using Windows 7 on the Asus P5Q mobo's
Am I correct in assuming that you had issues with BSOD's when you were running Windows XP, and that they have continued with Windows 7? Do you recall if the error messages were similar? (If so, this may point to a hardware problem).

Please go to Start and type in "perfmon /report" (without the quotes) and press Enter. Once the report generates, please save it, then zip it up and upload it with your next post.

I've downloaded the dump files and will post back shortly with some observations.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
21 Jun 2009   #9

Windows 7 (7100)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by usasma View Post
Troubleshooting BSOD's isn't as simple as reading the memory dump files (oh how I wish it were! )

Here's a link where I've briefly described what I do when reviewing a BSOD post:
http://www.sevenforums.com/general-d...tml#post129991

TheMyst's original post is here: Crashing: Gotten me at my wits end.

Lot's of issues noted on different forums when using Windows 7 on the Asus P5Q mobo's
Am I correct in assuming that you had issues with BSOD's when you were running Windows XP, and that they have continued with Windows 7? Do you recall if the error messages were similar? (If so, this may point to a hardware problem).
Yes, I had the problems in XP as well, but the new RAM I got is on the QVL for my mobo, so that should not be a problem anymore.

Here's the perfmon report:
http://www.willhostforfood.com/access.php?fileid=71283
My System SpecsSystem Spec
21 Jun 2009   #10
Microsoft MVP

 
 

Perfmon report link directs me to an upload page. Could you recheck the link please?
Almost done generating the dump files....
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