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Windows 7: BSOD ntoskrnl.exe-7f1c0 while idling

01 Jun 2012   #61
gregrocker

 

Make sure the SSD remains set as first drive to boot, after DVD drive.

Does adding back in the HD cause it to not boot?

If so, move the data off the HD to wipe it using Diskpart Clean Command.

Do you know why your HD's were marked Active? Did they previously contain OS's and were not wiped of boot code?

Look over the steps in Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7 which are the same for retail. How close did you come before to getting a perfect install? Did you try running with the drivers Win7 (installer and optional Updates) provided, or immediately change them out?

This could still be a hardware problem, possibly something small like a cable. But it wouldn't hurt to get a clean reinstall and wipe the HD of boot code which when plugged in causes the crashes.


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01 Jun 2012   #62
natteulven33dk

Windows Home premium 64bit
 
 

Ok i Will try to do that when i get Home
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01 Jun 2012   #63
natteulven33dk

Windows Home premium 64bit
 
 

The ssd is set as first boot after DVD

It did boot once with only ssd when I then started it this morning it said on boot mgr

No other hdd was plugged in I did try plugging in one hdd but still the same.

I will when I get home try to make a clean install

And no I dunno why so many was marked as active. Maybe because I set the them to not power down ? Or is that two different things ?

And I usually swap drivers quickly and use the ones supplied on the mb DVD
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01 Jun 2012   #64
natteulven33dk

Windows Home premium 64bit
 
 

i have now maked a clean install following the instruction not 100% because im one of those patient people who dont need to do a "backup" of windows so i have nothing against installing all drivers a new if that is what it takes when i need a full re install i only have plugged my SSD in and my DVD currently ..
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01 Jun 2012   #65
gregrocker

 

This is not XP. Win7 provides the drivers it wants via the installer and optional Windows Updates. You only need to provide drivers which are then missing in Device Manager. Do not change out drivers unless performance problems point to them.

This was why I suggested you reinstall, to see how it performed before changing out drivers. Did you not understand this?
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01 Jun 2012   #66
natteulven33dk

Windows Home premium 64bit
 
 

no i must have misunderstood that sorry ill try again because already got BSOD again check back in when i have installed win 7 and only the LAN driver !
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01 Jun 2012   #67
gregrocker

 

Try running for a good long while without HD plugged in, then with HD.
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01 Jun 2012   #68
natteulven33dk

Windows Home premium 64bit
 
 
First BSOD after install

i got a BSOD when i was downloading updates for Windows.. :S so not even gotten to the drivers i was missing yet .. :S i have uploaded the BSOD and a perfmon file so you can see how far i was when The BSOD was showing, its bright blue color of damnation

i know there is alot not installed but taht was the time when i got the BSOD
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01 Jun 2012   #69
gregrocker

 

Can you isolate the Update which caused the BSOD? See if it was a driver, by System Restoring to before installing Updates, choosing optional Updates first then installing only drivers singly.

Did you build this system yourself? If so then I would rebuild it checking everything with a fine tooth comb.

I notice your last screenshot shows the System Reserved partition to be empty. Look at the latest Disk Mgmt to see if that remains. If so go to Control Panel>FOlder Options>View to unhide System and Hidden Files, in Disk Mgmt rightclick SysReserved to Explore it to see if it has its boot files. You may need to temporarily assign a letter to view it.

Did you run Diskpart Clean Command on the Win7 HD before reinstall. I'd try that to overwrite any possible boot corruption.

What installer are you using? Where did you get it and how it is it burned or written?
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01 Jun 2012   #70
carwiz

Windows 7 Pro-x64
 
 

It's still showing an I/O error. More specifically, the requested data wasn't at the memory address specified. The particular process, in the last case, was Winint.exe which is a Windows background command processor. (Reads the commands from the .INI file.) This can be used by malware but not likely on a new build.

The problem seems to originate with filling memory. Either memory faults, page faults or disk errors.

The fact that the system started with all the partitions active and the OP not aware of the cause is suspect too. Since an attempt to Clean Install still leads to the F4 error, I'm leaning toward memory faults.

Perhaps re-seating memory modules and/or verifying module placement on the motherboard followed by a memtest should be in order. Might even start by using a single module in Slot-1 and see if the errors continue. Then swap in a different module.

One sad fact for us English speakers is that much of the vital info in the logs and sysinfo for the OP is in Danish.
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