|18 Jan 2016||#2|
Hi blade and welcome to Sevenforums!
First things first, please update your Specs. Please follow this tutorial as it might be the easiest way:
System Info - See Your System Specs
Filling out your system specs will help us narrow down your error, for example on your profile it says that your motherboard is an Asus but looking at the info from the dmp files tells us it is a Gigabyte B85M-Gaming 3.
There is an update for your BIOS I would recommend that you visit Gigabyte Support (<- click the text) and download and install it as it might help with your issue.
BSOD 0x7A KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR is storage related. What this error means, system having difficulty to read or write to the Pagefile located on the hard drive. Failing HDD, defective cabling, outdated storage controller driver etc are the main reason behind this BSOD. Although not common, Rootkit infections are also known to cause this BSOD.
Please try the below steps.
1. Change SATA data cable and reset the power cable.
Make sure the cable you are using is a high quality SATA 6GB/s one. Standard 3Gb/s cable may create problem with SSD drives.
2. If that didn't helps, switch the SATA port used to connect the SSD.
I would also suggest doing a full surface test using the trial version of HDTunePro.
HD Tune website
3. Additionally scan for any Rootkits in the system using the below tools.
Kaspersky TDSS Killer : TDSSKiller Download
Malwarebytes Antirootkit : Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit Download
You might need to disable AVG when either above run.
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