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Windows 7: BSOD 0x19 with Parameter of 0x22?

24 Jun 2009   #1

Windows XP, 7, Vista
BSOD 0x19 with Parameter of 0x22?

Hi All,

Just doing some WHQL testing on a fresh Win7 RC 7100 system and encountered a couple of STOP 0x19 BSODs.

I noticed that the 1st parameter is 0x22 - this is not mentioned on the MSDN explanation of bug 0x19. Is this a new parameter specicic to 7 (and maybe Vista), and what does it mean?

Thanks....Google turned up nothing......

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25 Jun 2009   #2
Microsoft MVP


Nope, nothing above 0x20 listed in any documentation that I've got.

Could you zip up and upload a dump file? At times they will explain the meaning of the parameters in the text of the analysis.
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