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Windows 7: BSOD only when playing two games, error 0x0000001E

22 Mar 2019   #1
Menumorut

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
BSOD only when playing two games, error 0x0000001E

Hi! I'm new one here and I have huge problem. Out of nowhere Mr. BSOD's started to show up on my PC frequent only when playing certain games, especially two of them, Total War Attila & NFS Rivals. In fact only this two of them. Other games that stress my PC even harder, have no impact over my PC. TW Attila is installed on SSD, NFS on HDD like the other stressful games for my PC..

Tried so far to:
-update everything I think of, windows, drivers, used twice Display Driver Uninstaller in Safe Mode to clean uninstall my graphic drivers
-Driver Verifier, my PC it did worked harder, but nothing happens, no BSOD
-uninstalled Daemon tools and his SPTD
-updated my BIOS from P2.10 to P2.20 seems that my PC works better than before, except BSOD


Don't know what to do anymore
Please help me, im going insane!




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22 Mar 2019   #2
wither 2

Windows 7 Pro SP1 64 bit
 
 

You have a storport problem. Since you have a Intel CPU, check this out-

Uninstalling the Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology driver - Microsoft Community

Does that help?
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23 Mar 2019   #3
Menumorut

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Thank you so much @wither 2. I think that's it!

I had uninstalled that service...server SATA AHCI Controller and now I had Standard SATA AHCI Controller and bunch of other ATA channels, and overall I can feel that my system works much smoother now. Maybe because of this plus my new BIOS update...who knows for sure, but so far I played like 4~5 hrs Total War Attila, no BSOD atm.

I think I'm gonna need to stress my PC for like 2 more days, if no BSOD by then, means my problem will be totally solved and I'll come back to mark this thread as solved.
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23 Mar 2019   #4
torchwood

W7 home premium 32bit/W7HP 64bit/w10 tp insider ring
 
 

Hi

You appear to be running a non genuine system

Retail motherboard with an Acer product key.

Forum rules dictate that no help can be provided until this has been rectified.


Roy
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24 Mar 2019   #5
Menumorut

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Hey, yeah, I'm no rich, but I started fine with my own original windows 7, then and with a big regretfully now, I decided back then to grab the new windows 10 free offer, who worked nice till one day when it crashed and I never could repair, no disc was included in that nice offer, so no repair for me.

Solution ? Had to put back my windows7 but, either my dvd writer was half dead somehow or my dvd was scratched, or both, I failed three times to installed windows 7 again, all three times stopped into an infinite loop of loading..

I don't have a second working PC, or no other way to connect on internet to seek for help and I'm no genius with PC and no friends to know how to help me, so the only way I could make this work again, was to put in my PC an ancient CD Rom, installed Windows XP, only so I could make internet work again who didn't really work fine for me in that moment, do to the fact that my motherboard and his internet drivers are on another dvd...

Long story short
After this long and brutal process for me to reinstall a crappy windows 7, I decide to take a shortcut and easily grab a pirated windows 7, used a loader to put my own key who didn't work, also that's how in all this mess I end up with a different driver for that Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology and not the one from my motherboard DVD so, after failed miserably to make my own wind 7 version to work again, I decide to let things as It is and atm, for all the money in the world i'll never gonna stress myself and waste more of my time trying to fix anything and make this windows genuine at all, 'coz is kinda corrupted and dead anyway. And for the BSOD help, my concern was about hardware part.

Well, thanks for the help anyway, so far solution provided by wither 2, seems to work
cheers
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