Random BSOD 0x000000f4

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  1. Posts : 8
    Windows 7 Pro 64
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    Random BSOD 0x000000f4


    It occurs while gaming, browsing, starting up. Other times I don't have issues for hours.

    As I read somewhere the number points to a hardware issue, so I checked my RAM with memtest86 for 10 hours with no result.
    I checked the cabling of my drives and changed it.
    I unattached the secondary drives.
    I read the smart-attributes and they all say good.
    But the issue is still there

    Any help appreciated.
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  2. Posts : 10
    32
       #2
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  3. Posts : 8
    Windows 7 Pro 64
    Thread Starter
       #3

    eightbruce12347 said:
    I already switched cabling and port of SATA, i updated BIOS although I didnt have an issue before. There are no updates available for my SSD.
    Is it possible to have a defective device although smart says its fine?
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  4. Posts : 8
    Windows 7 Pro 64
    Thread Starter
       #4

    Can anybody look into this, please? I'm stuck.

    Any guesses? Should I change SSD or mainboard?
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  5. Posts : 8
    Windows 7 Pro 64
    Thread Starter
       #5

    I read in a similar thread about HDTune and Checkdisk. Results are attached.
    Code:
    CHKDSK überprüft Dateien (Phase 1 von 5)...
      204800 Datensätze verarbeitet.                                          Dateiüberprüfung beendet.
      980 große Datensätze verarbeitet.                                      0 ungültige Datensätze verarbeitet.                                  2 E/A-Datensätze verarbeitet.                                        89 Analysedatensätze verarbeitet.                                   CHKDSK überprüft Indizes (Phase 2 von 5)...
      262178 Indexeinträge verarbeitet.                                       Indexüberprüfung beendet.
      0 nicht indizierte Dateien überprüft.                                0 nicht indizierte Dateien wiederhergestellt.                      CHKDSK überprüft Sicherheitsbeschreibungen (Phase 3 von 5)...
      204800 SDs/SIDs verarbeitet.                                            Überprüfung der Sicherheitsbeschreibungen beendet.
      28690 Datendateien verarbeitet.                                        CHKDSK überprüft USN-Journal...
      34343896 USN-Bytes verarbeitet.                                           Die Überprüfung von USN-Journal ist abgeschlossen.
    CHKDSK überprüft Dateidaten (Phase 4 von 5)...
      204784 Dateien wurden verarbeitet.                                      Dateidatenüberprüfung beendet.
    CHKDSK überprüft freien Speicherplatz (Phase 5 von 5)...
      37370795 freie Cluster verarbeitet.                                       Verifizierung freien Speicherplatzes ist beendet.
    CHKDSK hat freien Speicher gefunden, der in der MFT-Bitmap (Master
    File Table) als zugeordnet gekennzeichnet ist.
    CHKDSK hat freien Speicher gefunden, der in der Volumebitmap als
    zugeordnet gekennzeichnet ist.
    Windows hat Probleme im Dateisystem behoben.
    
     283584511 KB Speicherplatz auf dem Datenträger insgesamt
     133691156 KB in 152789 Dateien
         96044 KB in 28691 Indizes
             0 KB in fehlerhaften Sektoren
        314131 KB vom System benutzt
         65536 KB von der Protokolldatei belegt
     149483180 KB auf dem Datenträger verfügbar
    
          4096 Bytes in jeder Zuordnungseinheit
      70896127 Zuordnungseinheiten auf dem Datenträger insgesamt
      37370795 Zuordnungseinheiten auf dem Datenträger verfügbar
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  6. Posts : 7,047
    Windows 10 Pro
       #6

    Hi justmee,

    It looks like the file system had/has corruption.
    I would recommend to perform the same command again, and to perform chkdsk on all other partitions if you haven't yet, just to ensure that all file system corruption is getting fixed.
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  7. Posts : 8
    Windows 7 Pro 64
    Thread Starter
       #7

    axe0 said:
    Hi justmee,

    It looks like the file system had/has corruption.
    I would recommend to perform the same command again, and to perform chkdsk on all other partitions if you haven't yet, just to ensure that all file system corruption is getting fixed.
    Hi, thanks for your replay. I reran it yesterday. Today I got a BSOD and after it I get a bunch of errors in eventlog saying that I need to run chkdsk on \Device\HarddiskVolume3 which is my c-drive. The BSOD today was a HIDPARSE.SYS+f0af60
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  8. Posts : 8
    Windows 7 Pro 64
    Thread Starter
       #8

    The BSODs keep coming. Running chkdsk giving me errors again. This time after finding errors I reran chkdsk without finding any.

    From time to time I have the issue, that my mouse isn't functional. This happened in the past with another mouse (and another installation) too, so I'm thinking about the mainboard as the cause of the problem. The mouse is powered during startup, but when it needs to be reinitiated during login it fails. Today I got the same issue on the parallel installed linux which made me think of the said mainboard.
    In addition - I sometimes have the problem at startup that I can't use my keyboard to chose which system to start (grub bootloader).
    Sometimes after bios post it takes longer until I get into bootloader (3-5s longer than normal).

    What I wanted to try now is install a fresh windows on another drive (HDD) - or should I go with a lowlevel format on my SSD?
    Last edited by justmee; 08 Feb 2017 at 03:17.
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  9. Posts : 7,047
    Windows 10 Pro
       #9

    As a FYI, even though software says that the device is fine, software is never 100% accurate. It is meant to guide you to the right direction, but from time to time it is just not the correct direction.
    Is it possible to have a defective device although smart says its fine?
    I would suggest to replace the drive on which chkdsk finds so many errors, it is indicative to a failing drive.
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  10. Posts : 8
    Windows 7 Pro 64
    Thread Starter
       #10

    I changed my SSD for an older HDD, installed a clean Win 7 but I still get those errors.

    What can be the source of the issue? Mainboard? Power supply? Graphics Card?

    As I mentioned earlier I sometimes have no power on mouse while booting. Is this pointing to the mainboard? How can I eliminate hardware parts without changing it trial and error?
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