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Windows 7: BSOD 0x00000019 after shrinking system volume (SSD)

25 Jul 2013   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Dear GregRocker

Many thanks for your reply.
Tomorrow I will re-create the partition, see if a BSOD recurs and if so I'll perform the tests you have suggested.
I'll report back once complete.
Thanks for the suggestions.

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25 Jul 2013   #12
Microsoft MVP


Nothing needs to start with Win7 except the OS and AV, perhaps your sync. Anything else is a freeloader which can wait until you run it, and is likely spying on you to sell your browsing habits to advertisers.

The best way to maintain a Clean Boot is to uncheck everything except AV in msconfig>Startup and >Services after Hiding All MS Services. Startup Programs - Change
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25 Jul 2013   #13

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

OK, that is a justification for clean boot - chwarae teg (fair play, as we say in Wales). However, I am aware of the many things that I load at start-up and I consider the ones that I have left enabled (and there are quite a few) add value for me. I have a custom build and have performed a clean install so I don't have bloatware, but I do have a very sophisticated setup (albeit with a little less than 6 PCs) with a lot of software loaded. As for selling my browsing habits I am resigned to the fact that this something that is costlier (to me) to eliminate than it would be to lose the benefits of having stuff pre-loaded in case I need it. However, I don't think anyone has really suggested (having looked at the dump files) that this problem stems from a component other than Windows itself? Thanks for the advice, though.
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25 Jul 2013   #14
Microsoft MVP


Most users who think they need GPU or chipset software, etc. don't realize it's not needed unless overclocking, and wasting resources if not spying. Nothing is needed unless it's something that you must have running with Windows when you start up because you rely on it at all times, e.g. a Messenger.
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25 Jul 2013   #15

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Agreed! I choose to use the (generous) resources at my disposal to make my setup function in the most effective way possible based on my particular needs.
I'm struggling to find a way to respond to your visitor message (very considerate to not mess up the thread) and for which many thanks. I'm glad we are at peace!!!
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25 Jul 2013   #16
Microsoft MVP


I have not sent you a VM.
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25 Jul 2013   #17

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

My mistake - very sorry - Simon
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25 Jul 2013   #18
Microsoft MVP


That's OK. I'll send you one if you'd like!
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25 Jul 2013   #19

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 10 Home 64Bit

I probably have not yet gotten my message through to you.

We deal with BSOD's on a daily basis here. Most of them are caused due to software or hardware. Windows itself is a rare case.

In very incidental cases like yourselves, caused by windows. The reason why I kept repeating - about you saying that it happened only after you created a partition on your SSD and the system remained stable the rest of the time, and not otherwise till up to now I suppose?

Not all dumps that BSOD's have an accurate reasoning, we analysts disregard those.

This is a list of the third party drivers that were present during the crash. I wouldn't suggest updating or uninstalling anything. You probably don't have to until you get a BSOD again. To know what hardware/software the driver belongs, simply copy and paste it to Carrona's Driver Reference Table.
ASACPI.sys                  Mon Mar 28 08:30:36 2005 
GEARAspiWDM.sys             Fri May  4 01:56:17 2012 
LHidFilt.Sys                Thu Jan  3 14:13:04 2013
LMouFilt.Sys                Thu Jan  3 14:13:07 2013 
MarvinBus64.sys             Sat Sep 24 03:17:03 2005 
MpFilter.sys                Sat Jun  8 05:01:11 2013 
RTKVHD64.sys                Fri Jan 29 12:48:35 2010 
RimSerial_AMD64.sys         Tue Oct 23 02:51:51 2012 
WinRing0x64.sys             Sat Jul 26 19:29:37 2008 
amdxata.sys                 Fri Mar 19 22:18:18 2010 
ccSetx64.sys                Fri Mar 22 09:02:33 2013 
dtsoftbus01.sys             Fri Jan 13 19:45:46 2012 
e1y62x64.sys                Fri Oct 21 00:20:55 2011 
iaStor.sys                  Wed Apr 27 00:06:18 2011 
intelppm.sys                Tue Jul 14 05:19:25 2009 
lvrs64.sys                  Sat Sep 22 01:02:17 2012 
lvuvc64.sys                 Sat Sep 22 01:03:12 2012 
mv91cons.sys                Fri Aug 27 15:22:37 2010 
mv91xx.sys                  Fri Aug 27 15:49:22 2010 
mvxxmm.sys                  Fri Aug 27 15:49:03 2010 
nusb3hub.sys                Fri Apr 23 07:34:35 2010 
nusb3xhc.sys                Fri Apr 23 07:34:36 2010 
nvhda64v.sys                Mon Feb 25 11:27:35 2013 
nvlddmkm.sys                Fri Jun 21 15:06:16 2013 
tosporte.sys                Tue Jun 16 16:48:47 2009 
tosrfcom.sys                Tue Jul 28 16:18:20 2009 
tosrfusb.sys                Fri Sep 11 15:37:18 2009 
vpchbus.sys                 Sat Nov 20 17:35:38 2010 
vpcnfltr.sys                Sat Nov 20 17:35:20 2010 
vpcusb.sys                  Sat Nov 20 17:35:31 2010 
vpcvmm.sys                  Sat Nov 20 17:35:48 2010 
wdcsam64.sys                Wed Apr 16 14:39:08 2008
Here's hoping that your system is intact and either software or hardware do not need to be diagnosed further. Windows was messing up somewhere when you were creating the partition.

Thank you for reading,
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25 Jul 2013   #20

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
That's OK. I'll send you one if you'd like!
Very thoughtful, but unless/until I figure out how to reply to it you might be wasting your time
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