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Windows 7: BSOD periodically when idle

01 May 2017   #1
pciinc

win 7 64
 
 
BSOD periodically when idle

file attached. several time when i come in the morning, i am greeting with BSOD. i have run the program and attached the info. any other info needed? i woudl appreciate any help please. thank you.




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03 May 2017   #2
respoda

win7 x64 sp1
 
 

I'd start with updating your ide/ahci controller driver, OR if you have the latest, reinstall them.
Best you delete them in device manager, and check the box 'delete files too'. Reboot and let them reinstall automatically.

By the looks of the event log alone, since beginning of March you have had one single error repeating over and over, tracing to your controller drivers.

Not sure yet at this point IF that is related to your issue, but it is a good place to start...
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03 May 2017   #3
respoda

win7 x64 sp1
 
 

Also, looking in the hotfix log, you have a few patches installed that are a bit iffy.
You can check them all on my dig. life forums, though many are superseeded, so it is unsure at this point IF they are causing any issues...

As example, I had the KB2992611 installed which gave me stability issues and Schannel errors in the eventlog.
Uninstalling that one, AND deleting the 4 faulty ciphers in the registry fixed it eventually...but to show, uninstalling that one still left those cipher keys behind in the registry, which was not supposed to be happening...bad M$.
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03 May 2017   #4
respoda

win7 x64 sp1
 
 

Most serious issues being 'echoed' by many users, the past year or so have mainly been caused by faulty updates, and general update headaches. Not saying it's the case here, but very possible none the less.
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04 May 2017   #5
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Hi pciinc,

Welcome to the 7forums

Please update, reinstall or remove StorageCraft.
Its drivers is being mentioned in multiple different crashes, not a good sign.
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