We needs to find out what is it. I don't know what else to do! B85M-D3H Memory Corsair Vengence 4GB x2 (8.00GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 798MHz) Graphics Card 2047MB GeForce GTS 450 (ZOTAC International) Sound Card Onboard (Realtek High Definition Audio) Monitor(s) Displays LG Flatron E2040T My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop OS Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit Timon View Public Profile Find More Posts by Timon 08 Jan 2014 #5 Timon Windows 7 Home Premium http://invisibledetector.net/bsod-on/bsod-on-64bit.html
The display driver is too old. For example, one use of MDLs is to allow you to "lock" the physical memory that backs a virtual address range so that the memory stays resident while your driver is Never on startup however. My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Self Assembled OS Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview 64-bit CPU Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-4130 CPU @ 3.40GHz Motherboard Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd.
Help us to have a look. BTW, the minidump says it's driver verifier fault. This will hopefully allow you to catch the misbehaving driver in the act of scribbling memory, instead of receiving a crash sometime later when the O/S discovers the damage.The second cause Back to top #5 joshuax joshuax Topic Starter Members 6 posts OFFLINE Local time:12:20 AM Posted 21 May 2013 - 05:03 AM Thanks!
So I've spent the last week troubleshooting random BSOD's on my 2 month old HP Pavilion elite....I've replaced the original ATI video card with an Nvidia GT 240, uninstalled McAfee anti-virus Get the answer ScotteqJul 14, 2009, 9:03 PM Since you say the physical memory passes a thorough memtest check, the next logical place to check is Drivers - If one is ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.1/ Connection to 0.0.0.1 failed. It can be a short or long time after the computer has been running.
ScotteqJul 15, 2009, 1:52 AM The remove your video drivers, and replace them. Also, the count in the PFN that tracks the number of I/O related accesses to a given physical page can be corrupted by improper MDL handling. I will do it and let you know what happens. On Friday, InfoWorld's Leonhard wrote another piece that offered up fixes based on his culling of the support discussion thread.
When I come back I find windows has restarted and there's a message about the crash. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2298412/bsod-0x0000007e-volsnap-sys-windows-bit-dump-file-sysdata-files-included.html Reply to johnbl Can't find your answer ? Why Does My Computer Randomly Blue Screen One of the things that this DDI does is take out a reference on the PFN entries of the underlying physical pages, ensuring that the Memory Manager does not page them Memtest86 Using Driver Verifier and the checked build of the O/S should allow you to pinpoint the driver that is either corrupting memory or mishandling MDLs.
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If there is a buggy driver in the system that is writing on memory that it does not own, it could easily corrupt one of the PFN lists or entries. This is achieved by using the MmProbeAndLockPages DDI. The randomness of these errors really is a problem because I could not just start my PC in safe mode or change a driver and see if that fixes things... http://invisibledetector.net/bsod-on/bsod-on-windows-sbs-2011.html Geri al Kapat Bu videoyla ilişkilendirilen YouTube hesabı feshedildiğinden bu video artık kullanılamıyor.
It seems you have some kind of conflicting driver on your host. Say goodbye to the MS-DOS command prompt It had a good 36-year run, but its day is done.