also in the shutdown settings, I disabled turn on fast start up and sleep. Hi thanks for replying here is the report from that program. you can try it for yourself. COMMON BOOT MENU/BIOS keys: https://support.fixmestick.com/hc/en-us/articles/201577043-How-to-get-to-your-Boot-Menu-or-your-BIOS-settings Now with the burned disc in the drive after a restart, start tapping (F12 Dell, Toshiba, Lenovo), (F9 HP), or (Esc HP, Samsung, Sony) on http://smashyourweb.com/random-bsod/random-bsod-mostly-ntoskrnl-exe.html
Regards. . . THEN restart the computer. If I am helping you with a problem and I have not responded within 48 hours please send me a PM. It sometimes crashes when i play game (like Dota 2), and especially when I play a MMORPG game from Chinese. ...
Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? Windows 7 (When it was built) · Is the OS an OEM version (came pre-installed on system) or full retail version (YOU purchased it from retailer)? Possibly this problem is caused by another driver which cannot be identified at this time.
If all of the sectors were ok and fell within the range of: <3 <10 <50 <150ms Then the hard drive is ok, if there are only a few that are Click on the Start ► Control Panel ► Programs ► Uninstall a program ► Uninstall everything related to; ATI. Actually, the fact that it spans multiple Windows installs doesn't mean jack other than it is probably a driver issue. Double click whocrashedSetup.exe and choose Run On Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 8.1 machines, when User Account Control asks if you wish to install this program, say YES to install the
When I had BSOD related to the drive, I found 2 bad blocks that I was able to remap and disable using MHDD. After burning the disc, restart the laptop and start tapping f2 or f1 or delete right away to get into the bios. Check this for details - http://www.pcappspot.com/fix-driver-power-state-failure... PCWorld Home Forum Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders Who's Online What's New?
What confirmed this is I left my physical hdd plugged into the blue port and after resuming from being away for a while it appears that the drive looks to be NTOSKRNL.EXE is a operating system file. Once into windows all the stuff I disabled is enabled again.I couldn't find any hardware settings in the BIOS as far as I could tell. May be around 8 GgB if its there u can resoter ur Pc to ur factory settings which brand ur using ?
None. http://newwikipost.org/topic/x0msiZZ3FMJUGJzshmFMD1P7Rgu3OPbl/random-BSOD-on-sleep.html Instructions for MHDD: If a hard drive has a smart status warning or the drive is questionable this test may be of use NOTE this test does not work with Tomorrow ill test the ram sticks individually in different ports to see if its that. 09-03-2015, 05:36 AM #6 jcgriff2 Team Manager, Microsoft SupportBSOD Kernel Dump Expert Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads
I see indications of possible RAM involvement in your BSODs. navigate here Allow program to create desktop icon and click Next. Then reboot, then see if it crashes 03-08-2012,10:23 PM #6 Speedy Gonzales View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Dec 2004 Location NZ Posts 44,458 Re: Random BSOD, I even updated the Realtek driver and same thing Best answer johnblApr 18, 2015, 7:09 PM it is still the realtek audio driver that has the problem.
Very odd. ADVANCED USERS: (USE AT YOUR OWN RISK) There are options for fixing drives: erase delays and re-map bad blocks, enabling re-map is ok to do for most drives, no data should Get the answer NONOPUSTApr 18, 2015, 7:02 PM My apologies, I should have mentioned this is a MSI laptop. Check This Out BSOD Help and Support Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Help Me Bake Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies Windows 7
The crash took place in the Windows kernel. Now you should see a screen with numbers, most of these will not have any device listed behind them but one number should for example on my dell computer number 6 and save it to your desktop.
There you should see System Configuration, expand that by clicking the + button (or using your arrow keys and enter key). I even installed some games back onto the 2nd HDD and all is well, which tells me that it was, in fact, my SSD that was starting to fail (after a Possibly this problem is caused by another driver which cannot be identified at this time. On the next screen choose Next and accept the agreement.
This appears to be a typical software driver bug and is not likely to be caused by a hardware problem. The logic: 500ms = half a second. To do this, click File and then choose Export. See if it crashes 04-08-2012,01:54 PM #7 sahilcc7 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Jul 2010 Location Hamilton Posts 903 Re: Random BSOD, Boot Manager Will
My Tech: i5 4670, 8GB RAM, 1TB 7200RPM HDD, AOC 1080p monitor, K280 case Nexus 7 II (2013) Nexus 4 Quick Navigation PressF1 Top Forums PressF1 PC World Chat Site BSOD "Caused" by ntoskrnl.exe usually sleeping & Now randomly This is a discussion on BSOD "Caused" by ntoskrnl.exe usually sleeping & Now randomly within the BSOD, App Crashes And Hangs forums, I don't know what relation the BSODs have to the power settings. It seems like its ram failure since it randomly bsods but im also convinced it could be a sata controller or port since it seems like its having trouble resuming from
The bsod code you are getting can be tied to a failing drive. There is a list on the right which shows numbers: <3 <10 <50 <150ms Etc… Anything below the <150ms is a slow sector or a problem sector. I have run mhdd on my very old SSD which is an intel 32gb SLC drive. Run a full scan with both (separately) once downloaded, installed and updated.
On Tue 04/10/2011 9:45:52 PM GMT your computer crashed crash dump file: C:\Windows\Minidump\100411-28594-01.dmp This was probably caused by the following module: ntoskrnl.exe (nt+0x7CC40) Bugcheck code: 0x9F (0x3, 0xFFFFFA8003057060, 0xFFFFF80005197518, 0xFFFFFA8003701390) Error: Problems: Computer freezes randomly. If there are no errors, I would like you to download and run prime 95 and see if you have any crashes you can get that here: http://files.extremeoverclocking.com/file.php?f=205 let it run Please uninstall it and use Microsoft Security Essentials at least to test.
All is well. If I am helping you with a problem and I have not responded within 48 hours please send me a PM. After you are done testing you will need to go back into the bios by restarting the computer and tapping F2, F1, Delete (or whatever key gets you into bios). We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks.
I've verified my hard drives are in good condition via analyser software and they appear to be perfect. Dump files linked.