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Windows 7: progressive and recurring BSOD errors (volmgrx, fvevol, msrpc).sys

02 Dec 2014   #41
Jinian

Windows 7 ultimate x64 sp 1
 
 

So I had my cpu and harddrives tested at the shop by a professional, and they did not find anything corrupt with my harddrives SATA and SSD at all. My memory diagnosis came in positive as well, although it did come out negative at first but a quick cleanup of the ramchip with an eraser and switching ports solved the problem.
As a result, I decided not to replace my SSD drive and continue using my cpu as is. Although the bsod errors lessened, I still get the occassional ntfs.sys error.

The solution I propose would be to either follow this video here How to fix Ntfs.sys BSOD Error (Windows 7/Vista) - YouTube OR run sfc scannow and chkdsk again to see if those can fix the error, OR disable ntfs.sys, however I have no idea how to do this and was hoping if you guys could lecture me how for windows 7 OR
Disable BIOS memory options such as caching or shadowing.

What are my chances of recovering from this bsod error from these proposed solutions OR do you still think it really is a hardware issue and requires a reformat/reinstall?


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03 Dec 2014   #42
Jinian

Windows 7 ultimate x64 sp 1
 
 

Can anyone confirm?
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04 Dec 2014   #43
Jinian

Windows 7 ultimate x64 sp 1
 
 

I did a memtest today and ran it for 8 consecutive passes, it found 0 errors. I even swapped the 2 8GB memory sticks I have in different ports, the memtest still came out with no errors.

I ran a chkdsk /f /r at startup and it didn't seem to pick any bad sectors or errors(see attached).

I uploaded my most recent event viewer admin log and errors did show up which you may want to look at.
Hopefully that log may shed some light.
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04 Dec 2014   #44
essenbe

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint
 
 

Jinian, Please re read post #39. You have been asked twice to do a clean install to someve your problems and are still trying everything else but that. I am the third BSOD Team member who has dealt with you and unsubscribed from this thread as you do not want to do what everyone has asked. I am unsubscribed.
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04 Dec 2014   #45
essenbe

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint
 
 

Jinian, Your OS has an OEM_SLP key for an Acer, Gateway, HP computer. An OEM_SLP key is only good on the computer it came installed on. You have an Asus Retail Motherboard and there is no way it is possible for it to be a legal install, which is the most likely reason you have refused a clean install which you have been advised to do on quite a few occasions.

The only way an illegal Operating System like yours can be activated is by using a program which heavily alters protected system files. That explains the corrupted system files you have. Until you have a legal Operating System, your computer will continue to run as it is now, and it is further the policy of this forum to not assist anyone with Pirated Software. If you get a legal copy of Windows 7 installed and continue to have problems, we will be more than happy to help. Until that time, this forum can not help you.
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