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Windows 7: Frequent BSOD crashes

19 Mar 2013   #141
Bob Pickering

windows 7 home premium 64
 
 

Could not find the Marvell storage controllers: no path as described under control panel>programs & features >start menu. Did find something for Marvell and deleted it. Still waiting for seagate seatools to finish analyzing drives. Will review after shuteye.


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19 Mar 2013   #142
Bob Pickering

windows 7 home premium 64
 
 
Progress - not quite done

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Could not find the Marvell storage controllers: no path as described under control panel>programs & features >start menu. Did find something for Marvell and deleted it. Still waiting for seagate seatools to finish analyzing drives. Will review after shuteye.
Seagate tools detected fault in one drive ("I"), but as it is only used for storage of video and MP3 files I am working on at the time, don't think it is important. I seem to have done most of the processes, except locating some Marvell components as above, but I have done the removal of all Marvell drivers using Driver Sweeper. I saw that Driver Sweeper developer has created a new product, but did not proceed to that.
The RST link does not provide a Windows 7 -64 bit option. What do I do here?
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19 Mar 2013   #143
Bob Pickering

windows 7 home premium 64
 
 

I have done all that I could follow from Arc's instructions. Haven't experienced any BSOD during all this. I still have the very annoying problem of being unable to shutdown via Start menu. Have to force with power button every time. After disabling items from Startup, the keyboard (Logitech wireless combo) didn't correctly operate as far as hotkey settings is concerned. Had to open the settings program and recheck, and then it worked properly. Maybe I needed to leave that going in the startup? Also, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware wasn't in the startup list. Left MacDrive 8 installed as I use it a fair amount. Can you offer any more help?
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19 Mar 2013   #144
Arc

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Have you disabled hibernate?
Marvell's installed there as per the supplied data. You should have uninstalled it properly.

Anyway, in this situation, you should try a repair install at least, if all those couldn' work.

Pay proper attention to the failing hdd too.
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19 Mar 2013   #145
Bob Pickering

windows 7 home premium 64
 
 

Thanks Arc: Yes I seem to have already disabled hibernate (if it was ever on?), followed procedure and it doesn't show as an option in Start button. Removing faulty drive (in SATA drive socket on case) doesn't seem to affect shutdown problem. Tried repair instal some time ago, but didn't seem to fix shutdown failure problem. Guess I should give it another try. Is it safe to delete all drivers under each manufacturer with the driver cleanup programs? Or am I likely to be left with a crippled system? I have a fair degree of understanding, but some limitations, being largely self-taught 70 y.o. Have son and son-in-law who are highly qualified, but they are hard to pin down to fix Dad's mess.
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20 Mar 2013   #146
Arc

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview 64-bit
 
 

Bob if you get any more bsod, upload the dump.

From the previous data all the faults I found, I explained. If something more we can find out from the subsequent data.
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