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Windows 7: NTFS.SYS (Blue Screen - No Restart)

05 Mar 2011   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DeanP View Post
Have you read the 0x116 info? You must do those tests.
I read it after usasma's post.
I read the info and I will do those tests, probably this weekend.
(Need to finish my Database Assignments first though)
I will post the results.

I still don't know why the blue screen logs is not logged (dumped) though.
Minidump is enabled as I mentioned before.
I will learn after the tests I guess.

Thanks for your interest in the post.

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05 Mar 2011   #12
Microsoft MVP


Analyzing why BSOD reports aren't gathered is pretty difficult.
First there's the generation of the crash - is there a 3rd party driver interfering with it? I know that both Intel and nVidia have their own routines that run during crashes - but haven't seen any others.

Next, is there corruption in the file system/drivers that capture the memory dump? Is there a problem with the hard drive? Does the crash interfere with any of these drivers/processes?

Then, when the system reboots, Windows has to recover the info from the hard disk and save it in the memory dump format - is it doing that properly? Then, does it properly convert the memory dump into a minidump?
Do any of the 3rd party drivers interfere with this. Is the hard drive dead/dying? Was the memory dump correctly transferred/converted from it's location in the page file to it's location in the file system?

Most of this happens early in the boot sequence - so if the structures responsible for BSOD generation aren't properly initialized - then you won't get a memory dump report.

Then fixing those structures is beyond what we do here - so that's when we suggest wiping the hard drive and then reinstalling Windows. But if all that's missing is the memory dumps, then that may not be a high priority for you.
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05 Mar 2011   #13

Win 7 Pro x64 SP1 OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.7

To add in Usasma's good advice - do a hard disk test using SeaTools
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06 Mar 2011   #14

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

I haven't done the 0x116 tests yet.
Long DST, one of the drives failed, probably the operating systems one. (The other one is just files, library)
(Unfortunately drives are same model).
I will still be doing other tests.

What I know is EIO driver cannot be loaded sometimes.

And physical dump fails with 0x1......c.

ASUS has a program called TurboGear for overclock. I removed that from the start-up because it was always starting with standard mode instead of high performance, at restart.
If that driver is related to that program, maybe (this just came to my mind, long shot I know).
I can delete that program, I don't want overclock (especially when I am having BSs).
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