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 Post subject: Frequent Blue Screen Errors
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2012 12:02 am 
Klamath
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Windows 7 Pro
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Lately I've been having Blue Screen Errors. I've checked all that I could think of that might be causing it to no avail. I am including the dump file created at the most recent one. Maybe someone more savvy when it comes to reading those can tell me what's wrong.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="Unicode" ?>
<SYSTEMINFO>
<SYSTEM>
<OSNAME>Windows 7 Professional Professional</OSNAME>
<OSVER>6.1.7601 1.0</OSVER>
<OSLANGUAGE>1033</OSLANGUAGE>
<ARCHITECTURE>9</ARCHITECTURE>
<PRODUCTTYPE>48</PRODUCTTYPE>
</SYSTEM>
<MEMORYDIAGNOSTIC>
</MEMORYDIAGNOSTIC>
<DEVICES>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>USB Mass Storage Device</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>USB

\VID_0BC2&amp;PID_2100&amp;REV_0000</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>USBSTOR</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>USBSTOR.SYS</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Logitech HID Device</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID></HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>HID-compliant device</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>HID

\VID_046D&amp;PID_C71C&amp;REV_0100&amp;Col06</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Programmable interrupt controller</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\PNP0000</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Remote Desktop Device Redirector Bus</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ROOT\RDPBUS</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>rdpbus</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>rdpbus.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Generic volume</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>STORAGE\Volume</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>volsnap</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>volsnap.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Terminal Server Keyboard Driver</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ROOT\RDP_KBD</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>TermDD</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>termdd.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>System timer</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\PNP0100</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>ATI I/O Communications Processor SMBus

Controller</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>PCI

\VEN_1002&amp;DEV_4385&amp;SUBSYS_43851002&amp;REV_3C</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>PCI

\VEN_1002&amp;DEV_4399&amp;SUBSYS_43961002&amp;REV_00</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>usbohci</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>usbohci.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>PCI standard host CPU bridge</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>PCI

\VEN_1022&amp;DEV_1203&amp;SUBSYS_00000000&amp;REV_00</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>IDE Channel</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>1002-4390</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>atapi</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>atapi.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Disk drive</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>USBSTOR

\DiskRockChipUSBDISK_________1.00</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>disk</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>disk.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Terminal Server Mouse Driver</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ROOT\RDP_MOU</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>TermDD</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>termdd.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>VIA High Definition Audio</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>HDAUDIO

\FUNC_01&amp;VEN_1106&amp;DEV_0397&amp;SUBSYS_1043836C&amp;REV_1000</HARDWAR

EID>
<SERVICE>VIAHdAudAddService</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>viahduaa.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>High precision event timer</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\PNP0103</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Plug and Play Software Device Enumerator</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>root\swenum</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>swenum</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>swenum.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Logitech HID Device</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID></HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>IDE Channel</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>1002-4390</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>atapi</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>atapi.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Direct memory access controller</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\PNP0200</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>AMD IO Driver</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>*AMDIO</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>amdiox64</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>amdiox64.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>UMBus Enumerator</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>UMB\UMBUS</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>umbus</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>umbus.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>PCI

\VEN_1002&amp;DEV_4390&amp;SUBSYS_43901002&amp;REV_00</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>pciide</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>pciide.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>PCI

\VEN_1002&amp;DEV_439C&amp;SUBSYS_439C1002&amp;REV_00</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>pciide</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>pciide.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>PCI standard host CPU bridge</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>PCI

\VEN_1022&amp;DEV_1204&amp;SUBSYS_00000000&amp;REV_00</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>CD-ROM Drive</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>IDE\CdRomOptiarc_DVD_RW_AD-

7240S_________________1.03____</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>cdrom</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>cdrom.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>UMBus Root Bus Enumerator</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>root\umbus</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>umbus</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>umbus.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Disk drive</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>USBSTOR

\DiskSeagate_FreeAgent_Go____102D</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>disk</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>disk.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>ATK0110 ACPI UTILITY</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\ATK0110</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>MTsensor</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>ASACPI.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Generic volume</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>STORAGE\Volume</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>volsnap</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>volsnap.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Communications Port</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\PNP0501</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>Serial</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>serial.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>USB Mass Storage Device</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>USB

\VID_067B&amp;PID_2506&amp;REV_0100</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>USBSTOR</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>USBSTOR.SYS</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>IDE Channel</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>1002-439c</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>atapi</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>atapi.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Generic volume</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>STORAGE\Volume</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>volsnap</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>volsnap.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Microsoft Virtual Drive Enumerator Driver</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ROOT\vdrvroot</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>vdrvroot</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>vdrvroot.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>System speaker</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\PNP0800</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>AMD Processor</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\AuthenticAMD_-

_AMD64_Family_16_Model_4</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>AmdPPM</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>amdppm.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Volume Manager</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ROOT\VOLMGR</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>volmgr</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>volmgr.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>IDE Channel</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>1002-439c</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>atapi</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>atapi.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Generic volume shadow copy</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>STORAGE\VolumeSnapshot</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>AMD PCI Express (3GIO) Filter Driver</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\PNP0A03</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>pci</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>pci.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host

Controller</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>PCI

\VEN_1002&amp;DEV_4396&amp;SUBSYS_43961002&amp;REV_00</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>usbehci</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>usbehci.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>PCI standard ISA bridge</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>PCI

\VEN_1002&amp;DEV_439D&amp;SUBSYS_43831002&amp;REV_00</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>msisadrv</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>msisadrv.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>PCI standard host CPU bridge</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>PCI

\VEN_1022&amp;DEV_9600&amp;SUBSYS_96001022&amp;REV_00</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>USB Mass Storage Device</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>USB

\VID_071B&amp;PID_3203&amp;REV_0100</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>USBSTOR</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>USBSTOR.SYS</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Logitech Pointing Device</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID></HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>System CMOS/real time clock</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\PNP0B00</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>USB Root Hub</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>USB

\ROOT_HUB&amp;VID1002&amp;PID4398&amp;REV0000</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>usbhub</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>usbhub.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Microsoft 6to4 Adapter</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>*6to4mp</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>tunnel</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>tunnel.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Disk drive</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>IDE

\DiskST3160812AS_____________________________3.ADJ___</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>disk</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>disk.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Generic volume</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>STORAGE\Volume</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>volsnap</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>volsnap.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Microsoft ISATAP Adapter</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>*ISATAP</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>tunnel</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>tunnel.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>System board</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\PNP0C01</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>USB Root Hub</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>USB

\ROOT_HUB&amp;VID1002&amp;PID4399&amp;REV0000</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>usbhub</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>usbhub.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Logitech HID-Compliant Keyboard</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>HID

\VID_046D&amp;PID_C71B&amp;REV_0100</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>kbdhid</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>kbdhid.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>AMD Processor</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\AuthenticAMD_-

_AMD64_Family_16_Model_4</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>AmdPPM</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>amdppm.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Microsoft ISATAP Adapter</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>*ISATAP</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>tunnel</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>tunnel.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Motherboard resources</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\PNP0C02</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host

Controller</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>PCI

\VEN_1002&amp;DEV_4396&amp;SUBSYS_43971002&amp;REV_00</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>usbehci</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>usbehci.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>High Definition Audio Controller</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>PCI

\VEN_1002&amp;DEV_960F&amp;SUBSYS_960F1002&amp;REV_00</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>HDAudBus</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>HDAudBus.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>PCI

\VEN_1022&amp;DEV_9602&amp;SUBSYS_96021022&amp;REV_00</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>pci</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>pci.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>USB Root Hub</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>USB

\ROOT_HUB&amp;VID1002&amp;PID4397&amp;REV0000</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>usbhub</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>usbhub.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Motherboard resources</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\PNP0C02</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>*TEREDO</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>tunnel</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>tunnel.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Motherboard resources</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\PNP0C02</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Generic volume</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>STORAGE\Volume</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>volsnap</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>volsnap.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Disk drive</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>IDE\DiskWDC_WD3200AAJB-

00J3A0___________________01.03E01</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>disk</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>disk.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>HID-compliant Bluetooth Mouse</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>HID

\VID_046D&amp;PID_C71C&amp;REV_0100&amp;Col01</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>mouhid</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>mouhid.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>USB Root Hub</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>USB

\ROOT_HUB&amp;VID1002&amp;PID4398&amp;REV0000</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>usbhub</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>usbhub.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>ACPI x64-based PC</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>acpiapic</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>\Driver\ACPI_HAL</SERVICE>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Generic volume shadow copy</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>STORAGE\VolumeSnapshot</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Microsoft System Management BIOS Driver</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ROOT\mssmbios</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>mssmbios</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>mssmbios.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Motherboard resources</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\PNP0C02</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>File as Volume Driver</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ROOT\BLBDRIVE</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>blbdrive</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>blbdrive.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>USB Root Hub</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>USB

\ROOT_HUB&amp;VID1002&amp;PID4397&amp;REV0000</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>usbhub</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>usbhub.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>PCI

\VEN_1002&amp;DEV_4397&amp;SUBSYS_43971002&amp;REV_00</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>usbohci</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>usbohci.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>WAN Miniport (IKEv2)</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ms_agilevpnminiport</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>RasAgileVpn</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>AgileVpn.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>ATI Radeon HD 3300 Graphics</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>PCI

\VEN_1002&amp;DEV_9614&amp;SUBSYS_834D1043&amp;REV_00</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>amdkmdap</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>atikmpag.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>PCI

\VEN_1022&amp;DEV_9606&amp;SUBSYS_96001022&amp;REV_00</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>pci</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>pci.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Motherboard resources</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\PNP0C02</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Composite Bus Enumerator</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ROOT\CompositeBus</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>CompositeBus</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>CompositeBus.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>AMD Processor</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\AuthenticAMD_-

_AMD64_Family_16_Model_4</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>AmdPPM</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>amdppm.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>HID-compliant consumer control device</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>HID

\VID_046D&amp;PID_C71C&amp;REV_0100&amp;Col02</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Numeric data processor</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\PNP0C04</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>USB Root Hub</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>USB

\ROOT_HUB20&amp;VID1002&amp;PID4396&amp;REV0000</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>usbhub</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>usbhub.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>WAN Miniport (L2TP)</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ms_l2tpminiport</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>Rasl2tp</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>rasl2tp.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Generic volume</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>STORAGE\Volume</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>volsnap</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>volsnap.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Disk drive</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>IDE\DiskWDC_WD800JD-

75MSA3______________________10.01E04</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>disk</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>disk.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>ACPI Power Button</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>ACPI\PNP0C0C</HARDWAREID>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>Generic USB Hub</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>USB

\VID_046D&amp;PID_0B06&amp;REV_0100</HARDWAREID>
<SERVICE>usbhub</SERVICE>
<DRIVER>usbhub.sys</DRIVER>
</DEVICE>
<DEVICE>
<DESCRIPTION>USB Root Hub</DESCRIPTION>
<HARDWAREID>USB

\ROOT_HUB20&amp;VID1002&amp;PID4396&amp;REV000


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 Post subject: Re: Frequent Blue Screen Errors
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2012 12:45 am 
Smithfield
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It'd be better if you gave the error code.


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 Post subject: Re: Frequent Blue Screen Errors
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2012 8:46 am 
Clawhammer
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Yes, please! I have a headache now.


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 Post subject: Re: Frequent Blue Screen Errors
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2012 8:36 pm 
Klamath
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Sorry I have no error code. This is all I have. Sorry for headaches.

--------------------------------------------------------
Log Name: System
Source: EventLog
Date: 11/24/2012 1:45:09 AM
Event ID: 6008
Task Category: None
Level: Error
Keywords: Classic
User: N/A
Computer: IktomiZiZi-PC

Description:
The previous system shutdown at 1:42:34 AM on ‎11/‎24/‎2012 was unexpected.

Event Xml:
<Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
<System>
<Provider Name="EventLog" />
<EventID Qualifiers="32768">6008</EventID>
<Level>2</Level>
<Task>0</Task>
<Keywords>0x80000000000000</Keywords>
<TimeCreated SystemTime="2012-11-24T07:45:09.000000000Z" />
<EventRecordID>33448</EventRecordID>
<Channel>System</Channel>
<Computer>IktomiZiZi-PC</Computer>
<Security />
</System>
<EventData>
<Data>1:42:34 AM</Data>
<Data>‎11/‎24/‎2012</Data>
<Data>
</Data>
<Data>
</Data>
<Data>208193</Data>
<Data>
</Data>
<Data>
</Data>
<Binary>DC070B000600180001002A002200A003DC070B000600180007002A002200A003403800003C000000010000004038000000000000201C00000100000000000000</Binary>
</EventData>
</Event>

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Log Name: System
Source: Microsoft-Windows-WER-SystemErrorReporting
Date: 11/24/2012 1:45:09 AM
Event ID: 1001
Task Category: None
Level: Error
Keywords: Classic
User: N/A
Computer: IKTOMIZIZI-PC


Description:
The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x0000007a (0xfffff6fb800083f8, 0xffffffffc000000e, 0x0000000071f94880, 0xfffff7000107fff8). A dump was saved in: C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: 112412-18720-01.

Event Xml:
<Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
<System>
<Provider Name="Microsoft-Windows-WER-SystemErrorReporting" Guid="{ABCE23E7-DE45-4366-8631-84FA6C525952}" EventSourceName="BugCheck" />
<EventID Qualifiers="16384">1001</EventID>
<Version>0</Version>
<Level>2</Level>
<Task>0</Task>
<Opcode>0</Opcode>
<Keywords>0x80000000000000</Keywords>
<TimeCreated SystemTime="2012-11-24T07:45:09.000000000Z" />
<EventRecordID>33452</EventRecordID>
<Correlation />
<Execution ProcessID="0" ThreadID="0" />
<Channel>System</Channel>
<Computer>IKTOMIZIZI-PC</Computer>
<Security />
</System>
<EventData>
<Data Name="param1">0x0000007a (0xfffff6fb800083f8, 0xffffffffc000000e, 0x0000000071f94880, 0xfffff7000107fff8)</Data>
<Data Name="param2">C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP</Data>
<Data Name="param3">112412-18720-01</Data>
</EventData>
</Event>


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 Post subject: Re: Frequent Blue Screen Errors
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2012 8:44 pm 
Smithfield
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Well I don't have good news, because this is caused by one of the following:

  • Your hard drive is getting errors.
  • Your hard drive controller drivers are bad (updating this will help)
  • You have bad memory. This is either in RAM, your GPU, or the cache in CPU. Did you install anything recently?


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 Post subject: Re: Frequent Blue Screen Errors
PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2012 4:46 pm 
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Use memtest86+ to check your ram.

Use your hard drives diagnostic software to check your drive, get the software from your hard drives website.

I have seen a power supply do things like this, if you can swap out the psu with a know good one...borrow one from a friend/relative if you can.

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 Post subject: Re: Frequent Blue Screen Errors
PostPosted: Wed Nov 28, 2012 1:57 pm 
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Update. I was afraid of it being a hard-drive controller or hard-drive itself, but being that the hard-drive is fairly new along with the other hardware I am suspect of that being the actual cause. Right before a blue screen saying hard-drive read/write error etc. Microsoft Security Essentials popped up briefly stating there was potential malware found. That is strange cuz I do frequent checks and scans and what it turned out to be is a Java exploit called cve-2012-1723.csz. Here is what the Microsoft Security had to say: http://blogs.technet.com/b/mmpc/archive/2012/08/01/the-rise-of-a-new-java-vulnerability-cve-2012-1723.aspx It has a couple other names I guess but this is the actual exploit file replacing the real java file cve-2012-1304.csz I believe. I can't quite remember the actual file. Apparently using any browser that uses a Java plugin is vulnerable to this exploit and you will never know its there until the core code of Java is called by a program but then its masked by Java itself so hard to detect by virus software. And this exploit can come from anywhere but Microsoft stated that the most common place seen for acquiring this exploit is from social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace, YouTube, etc. Apparently it attaches itself to pictures or videos or anything that uses an i-frame or whatever. My daughter got it using Photo-bucket.
Even tho this is classified as malware and Microsoft stated that it can download other malware, altho I don't think it really does that, I think Microsoft was just using the general definition of malware. This exploit can't run or load free of Java. It's not self standing. It can only be activated if some core coding of Java is called, as Java programming defines the use of its code. And there hasn't been any malware or anything dangerous to my computer downloaded by this exploit. Microsoft stated that its primarily so some hacker can use the exploit to take control of your computer. And if a user hasn't disabled the "Remote Access Service or Remote Access Desktop Service then they are vulnerable to hijacking.

Anyway, removal is simple and easy. Here are the steps:
    1. Disable all Java plugins and Programs or the like that any browser uses. i.e. Firefox, Chrome, especially Internet Explorer, not sure if Safari uses it.
    2. Uninstall all Java Runtime Environment software from computer. (Not programs like JCreator etc.) Here are uninstall directions: http://www.java.com/en/download/uninstall.jsp
    3. Download the latest Java Runtime Environment software which has a patch to fix this vulnerability. You can get latest download here: http://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp
    4. Do a complete scan with antivirus software to make sure nothing is present.
    5. *Optional* I like to use a system cleaner like CCleaner to remove cookies, temporary internet files, old dumps, etc. to make sure something isn't lurking.
    6. Install the new version of Java just downloaded. And you should be fine.

The reason I'm stating all this is because since I removed this exploit and reinstalled Java, I have had no blue screens or read/write errors. I've done the diskcheck and memtest and the rest and no problems. So why this Java exploit would cause these problems with the hardware or false errors I'm not sure but I guess now we know.


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 Post subject: Re: Frequent Blue Screen Errors
PostPosted: Wed Nov 28, 2012 2:42 pm 
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