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Windows 7: System BSOD


20 Mar 2014   #1

windows 7 professional x32
 
 
System BSOD

I have another system that is having a BSOD problem now but can't figure what is it. Driver maybe? I attach the dump to my notice here also I'm running Windows 7 64-Bit system.




Attached Files
File Type: rar SF_20-03-2014.rar (867.4 KB, 2 views)
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20 Mar 2014   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Hello,

by any chance have you changed the boot configuration or changed what processors when when boot is active.

The "Isapnp" service is a kernel driver. If the "Isapnp" fails to load or initialize, the error is logged and the computer attempts to restart with the LastKnownGood configuration. If the LastKnownGood configuration fails, Windows 7 start-up also fails, and the boot process halts with a Stop error. If you disable this service, Windows 7 will fail to start. Do NOT change this service start-up configuration if your computer is working.

Here is a website i have found, scroll half way down the page choose your operating system and service pack and download the file; following on screen instructions.

Isapnp - Windows 7 Service - batcmd.com
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20 Mar 2014   #3

windows 7 professional x32
 
 

Nope I haven't change a thing when I rebuild the system from the ground up when installing Windows 7. This is the first time this ever happen. After the reboot it booted back to Windows 7, should I still do this?
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21 Mar 2014   #4

 

Nice post Harribo.

What are you doing at the time of the crash?
The BSOD points to the network System file TCPIP.sys Obviously you can't update this system file as it is part of windows itself.
However I've looked into your network components and it seems you are using the wrong driver version for the Realtek wireless network adapter.

I would uninstall that network driver via the control panel.

You should download the correct driver here (The correct driver is the RTL 8188SU):

Realtek

Code:
Probably caused by : tcpip.sys
Code:
fffff880`01e58000 fffff880`01f1b000   RTL8192su   (deferred)             
    Image path: \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\RTL8192su.sys
    Image name: RTL8192su.sys
    Timestamp:        Thu Aug 11 03:36:33 2011 (4E434031)
    CheckSum:         000B620E
    ImageSize:        000C3000
    Translations:     0000.04b0 0000.04e4 0409.04b0 0409.04e4
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21 Mar 2014   #5

windows 7 professional x32
 
 

Thanks a bunch Harribo2014 and Thedoctor44. I install the correct driver and seems to be working fine!
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21 Mar 2014   #6

 

Excellent news.
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21 Mar 2014   #7

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Brilliant mate! Was a pleasure helping!
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