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Windows 7: BSOD volmgr.sys, error 0x000000C9

01 Dec 2013   #1
andreassyz

Windows 7 Professional 32 bit
 
 
BSOD volmgr.sys, error 0x000000C9

Hi all,

Attached is the SF zipped folder.
I have been experiencing BSODs.

I am currently running on Windows 7 Professional, 32-bit.
Any other relevant information I will be gladly able to provide, let me know.

Kindly assist.
Thank you all in advance.


My System SpecsSystem Spec
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02 Dec 2013   #2
YoYo155

Windows 10
 
 

Hi and welcome to SF andreassyz .

You appear to have had several bug checks but only one is uploaded, if there are more please upload
the rest. Manually check the minidump folder.
Code:
C:\Windows\minidump
If dump files are present in that folder copy them to the Desktop, zip and upload in your next post.

Start by disabling Driver Verifier:


The bug check appears to have been caused due to a very old driver.
Code:
lmvm ifsmount
start    end        module name
917dc000 917ed000   ifsmount T (no symbols)           
    Loaded symbol image file: ifsmount.sys
    Image path: ifsmount.sys
    Image name: ifsmount.sys
    Timestamp:        Thu Aug 28 23:47:56 2008
What do you use Ext2fs for? is it vital?, If not, please remove it completely.




Please reset your pagefile, you can afford it.

Code:
Drive    C:
Free Space    215.26 GB (231,131,619,328 bytes)


Installed Physical Memory (RAM)    4.00 GB
Page File Space    300 MB
Reset your Page File:

1. Start Menu> Run >type control.exe system
and press the Enter key.
A windows will open and on the Left hand side you will see Advanced system settings, click it.



2.
Next click on the Advanced tab and Settings which correspond to the Performance section;



3. Then the Advanced tab once more and click on the Change button;



4. Untick the checkbox next to Automatically manage paging file size for all drives;

Select No paging file and Click on the Set button;


5. Confirm all the windows.

6.
Restart the PC.

7. Reverse the procedure, by following steps 1-3, only this time select System managed size
and click the Set button;



8. Recheck the box next to Automatically manage paging file size for all drives
and exit the windows by clicking the OK button;



9. Confirm all of the remaining windows by click the OK button
and restart the PC once again to take affect.




Post back with the results .
My System SpecsSystem Spec
02 Dec 2013   #3
andreassyz

Windows 7 Professional 32 bit
 
 

Hi YoYo155,

Appreciate the welcome by you to SF and your reply as well.

1) Is Ext2fs causing the issue?

2) I do not know if I have uploaded 1 bug check, however I have followed your step by step guide into collecting the diagnostics. Attached is the minidump folder's file (1 file).

3) I have enabled the driver verifier and will wait for a day(24 hours) and see if a BSOD comes up.

Once again, I thank you for the aid.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
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03 Dec 2013   #4
YoYo155

Windows 10
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by andreassyz View Post
Hi YoYo155,

Appreciate the welcome by you to SF and your reply as well.
.

UOTE=andreassyz;2613156]1) Is Ext2fs causing the issue?[/quote]
Yes, its driver is.

UOTE=andreassyz;2613156] 2) I do not know if I have uploaded 1 bug check, however I have followed your step by step guide into collecting the diagnostics. Attached is the minidump folder's file (1 file).[/quote]
It's the same dump file, no further insight :\ .

UOTE=andreassyz;2613156] 3) I have enabled the driver verifier and will wait for a day(24 hours) and see if a BSOD comes up.[/quote]
I requested you disable DV.

UOTE=andreassyz;2613156]Once again, I thank you for the aid.[/QUOTE]
My pleasure, keep us posted.
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