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Windows 7: BSOD iaStoreA.sys and ntoskrnl.exe 0x0000001e

01 Mar 2013   #11
jtodd12

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I haven't as of yet corrected the problem, but I have resolved the issue. I had ordered a new 256gb ssd to replace the 120gb ssd that was currently in the computer. I decided to go ahead and replace the old one since it seemed like a good point in time to do so.

I restored an image of the original drive yesterday afternoon(to the new ssd), and late last night, a bsod occurred that matched a prior dump with storport.sys. So I wiped the drive and restored a backup from a few months back(no problems from that time frame), installed windows & other updates, manually copied individual files(pictures, music, documents, etc., no dll's, driver, etc.) from the faulty backup, and am error free since approximately midday. Since I could not go more than a half day before when the bsod's began, I will give this another day or two to determine if the true issue is gone.

If this issue seems to be worthy of further checking, I can continue troubleshooting that drive since I did not erase it.


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02 Mar 2013   #12
x BlueRobot

 

It's good to know, that you haven't had any issues, since replacing the SSD and restoring to a previous backup.

I wouldn't run any HDD tests on a SSD, due to the number of writes and the operations the test performs, if you wish to test the SSD then, it is best to visit the manufacturer's website and download their SSD tests.
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