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Windows 7: Frequent BSOD Kernel Input Data Error 0x07a on Win7 64bit ptBR

25 Apr 2013   #11
lpachec

Windows 7 64bit ptBR
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
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Windows Defender Offline causing extreme BSOD when making the boot dvd.
Is it the situation whenever you use the DVD drive? Check the cabling first then.

EDIT: These programs have bearings on cdrom.sys. For a test .... uninstall those and and check if the CD drive (Both D and E ?) are working the same way or not.
  • Matroska Pack
  • Nero 12
  • PowerISO
Due to lack of a crash dump, the search becomes a lot of trial and error
No. It crashes when before burn the dvd so i think it is not the dvd device. Ok I'm uninstalling all the applications you're telling me. ^^


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26 Apr 2013   #12
lpachec

Windows 7 64bit ptBR
 
 

Hello again Arc.
Did everything you said... but I'm still getting the BSOD with the same code error. =(
Any new idea?
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26 Apr 2013   #13
Arc

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And still there is no crash dump?
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29 Apr 2013   #14
Vir Gnarus

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I wouldn't doubt crashdumps aren't being made. If the issue is a kernel inpage error, it almost always means the drive was not accessible at the time due to an error retrieving data from it, and perhaps continued to be inaccessible even during the bugcheck. I recommend you look at replacing your drive, updating your BIOS when running Safe Mode on Windows, and checking your RAM as well just to make sure (if you haven't already). If you have an SSD, look for firmware updates for that too.
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29 Apr 2013   #15
lpachec

Windows 7 64bit ptBR
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Vir Gnarus View Post
I wouldn't doubt crashdumps aren't being made. If the issue is a kernel inpage error, it almost always means the drive was not accessible at the time due to an error retrieving data from it, and perhaps continued to be inaccessible even during the bugcheck. I recommend you look at replacing your drive, updating your BIOS when running Safe Mode on Windows, and checking your RAM as well just to make sure (if you haven't already). If you have an SSD, look for firmware updates for that too.
Hello Vir Gnarus, thanks for your reply.
Earlier today before Bios startup a disk error ocurred (Error reading disk - press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart). After I restart Windows loaded normally. Maybe a the HD's cables causing the BSOD?? Something I've also noted is: Windows always crash with the error on this error - Kernell Data Inpage - when trying to copy large amont of files into hard disk (ie: copying photos from camera to hd).

Yes I've checked Ram and I don't have SSD and as far as i know, I have the latest Bios update (even it is from 2008). I'll double check Hds cables now.
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29 Apr 2013   #16
lpachec

Windows 7 64bit ptBR
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
And still there is no crash dump?
Nope!
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30 Apr 2013   #17
Vir Gnarus

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Yes, check those cables (both power and data) before considering replacing the drive.
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31 May 2013   #18
lpachec

Windows 7 64bit ptBR
 
 

finally managed to find where the problem was!
The sata cable i was using was damaged!
After replacing it for a new one my system is now working properly.
Thanks!
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01 Jun 2013   #19
Arc

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Ah! Its very good to know that you have caught the issue and removed it.

For any further issue, let us know
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01 Jun 2013   #20
lpachec

Windows 7 64bit ptBR
 
 

Thanks Arc. really appreciate it.
changing the cabe was indeed the last thing i tried. never seen this happen to anyone else though. best wishes ^^
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