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Windows 7: Multiple BSOD 0x000000F4. 0x00000074 Kernel Data, Known Dll

2 Weeks Ago   #1

Win 7 Pro 64
Multiple BSOD 0x000000F4. 0x00000074 Kernel Data, Known Dll

While using Excel and Teamviewer suddenly had BSOD with Kernel Data In page Error.

Restarted Computer and BSOD Known Dll etc appeared. Restarted from last known and was able to get to desktop but then BSOD appeared after 3 minutes Bad system Config info. Subsequently unable to reboot x 4, each reboot ended up with BSOD 0x000000F4 and 0X00000074. as starting windows color screen would come up

Tried safe mode stuck on aswardisk.sys as that would NOT load..

Removed hard drive (Samsung SSD) mounted to my win 10 laptop via USB, and ran chkdsk, found two lost files which were repaired, and now able to restart computer. Computer seems to be running fine no BSOD for over 4 hours!

I am curious what may have precipitated this. NO power failure no sudden restart of omputer, no recent new software or hardware change. I do believe there may have been a windows update being applied just before this happened. I did not recall opening windows update window to install updates.

I am not well versed on BSOD (and the technical terms, hope the above info makes sense, I had written down notes as the BSOD's were occuring) and I am hoping someone can shed some light as to what may have happened.

Thank you!

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1 Week Ago   #2

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

Hi Westcon,

from the event log,

Something plugged into port 2 has a problem, (it was in port3 previously)

There do not appear to be any updates on your system, allthough i can see that WU is running, and finding updates to install, mainly drivers.

00000074 is usually ram related. is the system reporting the same as installed.

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1 Week Ago   #3

Windows 10 Pro

As Torchwood mentioned, there do not appear to be any updates installed. Many of these updates do address various BSOD crashes so it's worth it to install them.
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