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Windows 7: [x64] BSOD on startup (before login)

29 Aug 2009   #11
KnowledgeWorker

Windows 7 Professional (final) x64
 
 

No, at least not a stronger one. Only some no-name 400W.

*edit* I'm asked for a S/N by the Hitachi drive tester. Is there a way to get this one without taking out the HDD? I just don't want to open it up and then have to rewire it all.


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31 Aug 2009   #12
KnowledgeWorker

Windows 7 Professional (final) x64
 
 

Just a quick update, I now installed a new version of "Secure it Easy" (2.0.3.9), as the support e-mailed me "the problem mentioned may be a bug caused by the "Driver verifier" which simulates hard working conditions for the driver, conditions it can not handle without a blue screen of death. This is why, we kindly ask you if you could install a new version of "Secure it Easy" (2.0.3.9) ... which includes at its turn a debug version of the "sieflt.sys" driver."
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31 Aug 2009   #13
usasma
Microsoft MVP

 
 

If the Hitachi test asks for a S/N, that means it's not detecting the hard drive. Don't take things apart for that.

Now that you've got the new program installed - does the system work OK? The purpose of Driver Verifier is to stress the drivers. If they don't behave properly under the Driver Verifier stress - then there's a problem with them (either a corruption or a design flaw IMO).
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31 Aug 2009   #14
KnowledgeWorker

Windows 7 Professional (final) x64
 
 

Hi usasma, yes, it currently works fine and I will not change anything else now, never change a running system. Have to now get my work done.

I mentioned SiE now here, please add it to the list of to-avoid software. Thanks.
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