I've been having BSOD's for several months now and have have been trying to fix them all. Thus far I have identified and fixed a few of them (some driver
issues and crashes from Avast!), but have been unable to fix one that continues to occur. Here are some of the things I have tried:
- Anti-virus scans & rootkit scans from several different programs. I don't think it is a virus.
- Memory tests w/ memtest86 and windows memory diagnostic tool - all clean.
- Updated Intel & Lenovo drivers
; Windows 7 up to date.
- HD tests with SeaGate tools - clean; chkdisk and related HD tools - clean.
The following information may be relevant:
- I updated a Intel wireless driver on 11/20/2012 which may have caused the corresponding BSOD.
- BSOD's often occur while browsing the internet (note that I do spend a majority of my time on the internet, so this may not be a cause). I've had one when using ms word, and the most recent one occured while I was not interacting with my machine.
- The aswSP.SYS BSOD's should have been fixed with Avast's most recent patch
- Several months ago I reclaimed 30GB from my HD that used to be part of a Ubuntu partition. I used the windows partition tool to do so.
- Sometimes Windows reports incorrect size usage for the HD. For example, I deleted my temp files which Windows said was 12Gb, but windows indicated that I only gained 2Gb of space from this. Apparently this phenomena is due to some windows backup features.
- My Intel Matrix Storage Driver is up to date (18.104.22.1682, a release maintained by Lenovo)
My machine is ~3.5 yrs old. Some of the stack traces suggest HD issues, but as I mentioned above all of the HD checker tools came up clean. My HD is backed up.
My attachment contains several dumps, but as I mentioned before some of them have been addressed. The four most recent ones that occurred in November are the ones that are most pertinent to the problem.
Thanks in advance,