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Windows 7: BSOD 7f Win Explorer related?

28 Oct 2009   #1
Dr Seuss

Windows 7 Ultimate Sig Ed
 
 
BSOD 7f Win Explorer related?

GRRRRR. I had just composed a lenghtly message about my crashes and went to save it through notepad and I had another crash. It happens I think exclusively when browsing folders through windows explorer including network computers.


I have a complicated custom system that makes things tricky

Core i7 965 NOT overclocked
12 gb Corsair dominator 1600
4 TB seagates in 1+0 with 2 more TB as extra drives
Evga Nvidia 295
Primary Monitor NEC 2560x1600
Secondary Monitor Sharp Aquos 1600 x 1080 (or something like that)
Enermax 1050W
Noctua cooler with twin 120mm fans
with an additional 3 Corsair Dominator cooler memory fans
3 case fans, two on the pwr supply, and the Nvidia one for a total of 11 WITH a floor Vornado blowing at the front of the case. Temps run ~45-50 C.

Remote Readynas Pro Server

Win 7 Ultimate sig ED 64 bit
Office Ultmate
Mindjet
Raidar for Netgear server
Norton 2010 Internet Security.

I've run mem test- passed, I've upgraded all drivers that I can think of- first through ASUS then from individual vendors (Marvell Yukon gigabit ethernet was more current through them). I've updated all software with recommended revisions. I dloaded the debugger and the symbols but haven't figured it out yet.

The repeated crashes took out a Seagate from my raid that I replaced (as well as a planned pwr supply upgrade 850 thermaltake to 1050 enermax. The raid is being rebuilt. I thought that may have been the issue or the Lan drivers- but I've had more crashes subsequently.

I'll try to upload a few of the Minidumps.

Please Help- This has cost me a couple of days and I had to cancel my Windows 7 House party. Several of the invitees are Mac users and there's nothing worse than a righteous Mac Fanboy. They are telling me to "Drink the Apple Juice!"

Dr Seuss


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28 Oct 2009   #2
H2SO4

Win7x64
 
 

Uninstall Norton AV (disabling it is not enough) and these crashes will probably stop:

start end module name
fffff880`01000000 fffff880`0103a000 SYMEFA64 Thu Oct 08 11:43:38 2009 (4ACD35BA)
fffff880`01af5000 fffff880`01b63000 SYMDS64 Tue Aug 18 09:35:30 2009 (4A89E942)
fffff880`042ed000 fffff880`04363000 SYMTDIV Sat Oct 10 19:15:56 2009 (4AD042BC)
fffff880`04363000 fffff880`04399000 SYMEVENT64x86 Fri Aug 14 08:28:21 2009 (4A849385)
fffff880`043bf000 fffff880`043d1000 SymIMv Thu Oct 08 07:05:45 2009 (4ACCF499)

If not, upload more minidumps without NAV installed, and it may be possible to "see" more clearly.
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28 Oct 2009   #3
Dr Seuss

Windows 7 Ultimate Sig Ed
 
 

I found something about NAV 2010 and Netbios conflicts. I have disabled Netbios over IP4 through WINS and the OS hasn't crashed again.

Re: NETIO.SYS & SYMTDIV.SYS BSOD on Win7 RTM with NAV 2010 - Norton Internet Security / Norton AntiVirus - Norton Community

Here's the link about disabling NetBIOS over TCP/IP
How to disable NetBIOS over TCP/IP by using DHCP server options



I'll see if it continues to work to stop the crashes. I have lost easy network access to my Readynas Pro, A second hard drive has given up the ghost after replacing the first one on my RAID system. These crashes seem to be taking their toll on my Seagates. Guess I'll see how their 5 yr warranty works.

Dr Seuss
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28 Oct 2009   #4
H2SO4

Win7x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Dr Seuss View Post
I found something about NAV 2010 and Netbios conflicts. I have disabled Netbios over IP4 through WINS and the OS hasn't crashed again.

Re: NETIO.SYS & SYMTDIV.SYS BSOD on Win7 RTM with NAV 2010 - Norton Internet Security / Norton AntiVirus - Norton Community
Yes, that looks like the same issue.

Some of the responses in that thread by the Symantec folk are rather amusing, from a certain geeky point of view.
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