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Windows 7: BSOD File- Believe NTFS related

09 Sep 2016   #1
tylermac

Windows 7 x64 Pro
 
 
BSOD File- Believe NTFS related

Attached is the dump report for a Dell Latitude E6540 Win7 x64 Pro.

The BSOD has happened a couple of times before this but this is the first dump I've gotten.

I've never read a .dmp file before but from what I can tell it's a NTFS issue. The only thing that has changed on the laptop was a new SSD installed... but the BSODs where happening before it was installed so I don't think it is the reason. I have ran CHKDSK on the computer once and it didn't show any errors.

Any help is appreciated.




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09 Sep 2016   #2
Eric3742

Windows 7 x64
 
 

Your brand new SSD.
Did you install straight to the SSD &or clone, image backup; option.

For install direct to SSD, it may need to align.

I am no expert in this, others could advice you further.
I did cloned from HDD to SSD, hence no problem.
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09 Sep 2016   #3
tylermac

Windows 7 x64 Pro
 
 
Cloned

I used Acronis True Image and then restored from that to the new SSD.
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