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Windows 7: Windows XP BSOD happens randomly with same BSOD

06 May 2012   #1

Windows XP PRO x86 SP3
 
 
Windows XP BSOD happens randomly with same BSOD

I was referred to this from someone from another forum site. I apologize if I am posting this wrong but I thought it would not hurt to try.

I been getting this BSOD off and on for a while. It just happens whenever it wants to. In order for me to fix the BSOD (temporarily) is I would have to use System Restore on when it was working properly. The longest it has been since a BSOD since today was about 6 months. After this last system restore I did it has been working fine for 3 hours now. But I have seen this BSOD at least 5 times today alone.

As for what the BSOD says to do as for turning off the BISO memory. I can not do that in my Bios on how Dell has set it up. I also have no newly installed hardware either.

I have ran a HDD diagnostics program and it came with only one error. So I expect it to be pretty clean. I also ran a memory test as well and that came back clean.

After said BSOD has happened my computer will run 10x slower than what it should be running. After using system restore it runs fine on how it should be running. Another thing to note is that wen this BSOD happens my sound gets messed up. It get all muffled and has static to it as well. I think it messes up the sound driver but after restore it all fine and well again.



I have mentioned all the info I could think of that the BSOD does and cause.I also tried to provide all the required info as well except for the system health report thing.I didn't know how to run the system health thing on XP. So this is not included as I know it was a requirement to do so. If XP can do this and if you provide information on how to do it. I will get that to you as well. If you need anymore info just ask and I will provide it.

Thanks

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06 May 2012   #2

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

While we dont really offer support on XP (nor does/will MS) this one crash was probably caused by an OS file called FTDISK.sys. It is dated 2001 and should probably have been updated when you installed SP-3.

BTW in order to be more specific I need more DMP files. I notice the one is the picture is different than the one you uploaded.



EDIT:::::

On further analysis I found the following. Please run a chkdsk /f



KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR (7a)
The requested page of kernel data could not be read in. Typically caused by
a bad block in the paging file or disk controller error
. Also see
KERNEL_STACK_INPAGE_ERROR


Disk Check
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06 May 2012   #3
JMH

Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit. SP1.
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by FAde2black001 View Post
I was referred to this from someone from another forum site. I apologize if I am posting this wrong but I thought it would not hurt to try.

I been getting this BSOD off and on for a while. It just happens whenever it wants to. In order for me to fix the BSOD (temporarily) is I would have to use System Restore on when it was working properly. The longest it has been since a BSOD since today was about 6 months. After this last system restore I did it has been working fine for 3 hours now. But I have seen this BSOD at least 5 times today alone.

As for what the BSOD says to do as for turning off the BISO memory. I can not do that in my Bios on how Dell has set it up. I also have no newly installed hardware either.

I have ran a HDD diagnostics program and it came with only one error. So I expect it to be pretty clean. I also ran a memory test as well and that came back clean.

After said BSOD has happened my computer will run 10x slower than what it should be running. After using system restore it runs fine on how it should be running. Another thing to note is that wen this BSOD happens my sound gets messed up. It get all muffled and has static to it as well. I think it messes up the sound driver but after restore it all fine and well again.



I have mentioned all the info I could think of that the BSOD does and cause.I also tried to provide all the required info as well except for the system health report thing.I didn't know how to run the system health thing on XP. So this is not included as I know it was a requirement to do so. If XP can do this and if you provide information on how to do it. I will get that to you as well. If you need anymore info just ask and I will provide it.

Thanks
As this is an XP query / problem I would suggest you visit
XP/2000 BSOD | PC Help Forum
Good luck!

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06 May 2012   #4

Windows XP PRO x86 SP3
 
 

Last time I ran a CHKDISK it took 12hours to complete and the error eventually got back to me later. I am only using a 70GB drive on this computer. I will try the other board. Is it normal for it to take 12hours?
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06 May 2012   #5

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by FAde2black001 View Post
Last time I ran a CHKDISK it took 12hours to complete and the error eventually got back to me later. I am only using a 70GB drive on this computer. I will try the other board. Is it normal for it to take 12hours?
That would depend on a lot of factors. For example the CPU, type of HD, free space, PSU, # of problems, file system (fat or ntfs) etc.

If you have 5 DMPS upload them.
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