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Windows 7: BSOD CRITICAL_OBJECT_TERMINATION ntoskrnl.exe after ~1 hour of uptime

24 Jun 2013   #11
OvercastSunburn

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
First please post a screenshot of disk management.
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Also, please download AS SSD and post a screenshot, you don't have to run the test if you don't want to. Just be careful about the junk they try to download with it. It is a benchmark test for SSDs. Screenshots and Files - Upload and Post in Seven Forums
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24 Jun 2013   #12
essenbe

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You do not appear to be in Raid But, something is wrong with your SSD. It should have run the test unless you aborted it. I'm not sure this will work, but give it a try. It's how to change from IDE to AHCI, but the registry settings should be the same for ahci, no matter where you are now. Follow the tutorial exactly, go to the registry, make the changes, reboot. On startup go straight to bios and change the sata controller to ahci mode. If it boots, you should see windows loading drivers, it will then ask you to reboot again and you will be in ahci mode. AHCI : Enable in Windows 7 / Vista The registry settings may already be configured correctly, but make sure. You are running AMD's ahci driver now. Your sata controller is in raid, I guess.
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24 Jun 2013   #13
OvercastSunburn

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
You do not appear to be in Raid But, something is wrong with your SSD. It should have run the test unless you aborted it. I'm not sure this will work, but give it a try. It's how to change from IDE to AHCI, but the registry settings should be the same for ahci, no matter where you are now. Follow the tutorial exactly, go to the registry, make the changes, reboot. On startup go straight to bios and change the sata controller to ahci mode. If it boots, you should see windows loading drivers, it will then ask you to reboot again and you will be in ahci mode. AHCI : Enable in Windows 7 / Vista The registry settings may already be configured correctly, but make sure. You are running AMD's ahci driver now. Your sata controller is in raid, I guess.
I aborted the test because you said I did not have to run it... After the most recent BSOD (about 45 minutes ago now) my computer will no longer even boot up windows normally. I ran the startup repair utility, and was able to boot normally. I changed the registry value to 0, and then rebooted and changed the sata controller setting to ahci. When i rebooted, I got another, different BSOD, and then I ran the startup repair utility again. It couldnt find a solution, so I changed the bios setting back to raid, and was able to boot.
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24 Jun 2013   #14
essenbe

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If you are willing to gamble a little, in device manager expand IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers. At the bottom you should see an entry with AMDSBS in the name, right click that and select update driver, then select from my computer. You should get a browse window. Navigate to C:/Windows/System32/Drivers. Once there look for MSAHCI.SYS and select that. Then reboot and go back into bios and select AHCI. We have to get you to boot in AHCI or IDE mode in order to update the firmware on your SSD. Raid will not allow the firmware update. I'm hoping the firmware update will fix your problem. Even if it does not, the SSD needs the new firmware. I think we could do it if we could find a bootable updater.
The firmware update instructions are here. http://www.crucial.com/firmware/m4/0...tions_070H.pdf
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24 Jun 2013   #15
essenbe

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OK, I found it here Crucial.com Product Downloads - Firmware Updates. When you get there you will see 3 download firmware buttons. The first one is for windows 7, the second one is for windows 8, the third one is for a manual update. Download the instructions also at the same link. You will download an .ISO file. (Just select save as and use your desktop.) Just click it and the windows disk burner will open. Put a blank CD in the drive and burn the iso to the CD. Leave it in there. Go to bios, change to ahci mode, change the boot order to boot first from DVD drive. Save and exit. You should get a message on the screen to press any button to boot from DVD. Be quick you only have a few seconds. It should boot from the cd drive. Follow the instructions to update the firmware, shut down and change the bios back to raid until I can figure out how to get it to boot in AHCI. If that does not work, try changing to IDE in bios and update the firmware.
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24 Jun 2013   #16
essenbe

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Do you have 2 operating systems on that computer?
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24 Jun 2013   #17
OvercastSunburn

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Do you have 2 operating systems on that computer?
I only have windows 7 on the computer.
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24 Jun 2013   #18
OvercastSunburn

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
OK, I found it here Crucial.com Product Downloads - Firmware Updates. When you get there you will see 3 download firmware buttons. The first one is for windows 7, the second one is for windows 8, the third one is for a manual update. Download the instructions also at the same link. You will download an .ISO file. (Just select save as and use your desktop.) Just click it and the windows disk burner will open. Put a blank CD in the drive and burn the iso to the CD. Leave it in there. Go to bios, change to ahci mode, change the boot order to boot first from DVD drive. Save and exit. You should get a message on the screen to press any button to boot from DVD. Be quick you only have a few seconds. It should boot from the cd drive. Follow the instructions to update the firmware, shut down and change the bios back to raid until I can figure out how to get it to boot in AHCI. If that does not work, try changing to IDE in bios and update the firmware.
Oddly enough, this totally worked! The firmware is now updated, and I am still running it in RAID. Honestly, if that fixed the BSOD issue, I won't be reinstalling windows. :-P
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24 Jun 2013   #19
essenbe

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That's great news, if it worked. It really wasn't 'oddly enough'. Firmware updates never work if the controller is set to raid. Their normal firmware worked from inside Windows, and you could only boot if the controller was set to raid. But, we could change the controller and boot into a dvd drive, update the firmware, then change the controller back so you could boot into Windows. Does that make sense?

As I understand it, you have an SSD and another mechanical hard drive on your computer. Is that correct? I would like you to disconect one of the 2 wires to the mechanical hard drive and see if your computer will still boot. The partial screenshot you showed, shows 2 100MB system reserved partitions. That is what Windows boots from, so which one is it booting from? I am going to show you a screenshot of disk management so you will know what I'd like to see. Yes, I know I have a lot of hard drives. This is the server I've been trying to build, so...., but it will show what I would like to see.
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24 Jun 2013   #20
OvercastSunburn

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
That's great news, if it worked. It really wasn't 'oddly enough'. Firmware updates never work if the controller is set to raid. Their normal firmware worked from inside Windows, and you could only boot if the controller was set to raid. But, we could change the controller and boot into a dvd drive, update the firmware, then change the controller back so you could boot into Windows. Does that make sense?
I don't mean to sound ungrateful, but I know how it worked... (I am an undergrad for comp eng, believe it or not) I'm merely surprised at the janky style that we got it to work. I mean, we changed the configuration, changed something, and then changed the config back. Though in hindsight, I dont think many work arounds are stylish or intuitive.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
As I understand it, you have an SSD and another mechanical hard drive on your computer. Is that correct?
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
I would like you to disconect one of the 2 wires to the mechanical hard drive and see if your computer will still boot. The partial screenshot you showed, shows 2 100MB system reserved partitions. That is what Windows boots from, so which one is it booting from? I am going to show you a screenshot of disk management so you will know what I'd like to see. Yes, I know I have a lot of hard drives. This is the server I've been trying to build, so...., but it will show what I would like to see.
my computer will still boot as windows boots from my ssd for faster startups.
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