Please help me BSOD constantly

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Performance' started by ibeenkillinit, Nov 1, 2008.

  1. I have installed x64 vista ultimate and sp1 oh my god the blue screens
    I have been battling with this over and over for the last 4 days. I ge
    the followin

    *problem signature
    problem event name: bluescree
    os version: 6.0.6001.2.1.0.256.
    locale id: 103
    *files that help describe the problem (some files may no longer b
    available)
    mini110108-03.dm
    sysdata.xm
    version.tx
    view a temporary copy of these file
    *warning: *if a virus or other security threat caused the problem
    opening a copy of the files could harm your computer
    *extra information about the problem
    bccode: 1000007
    bcp1: ffffffffc000000
    bcp2: fffffa6004ca0d4
    bcp3: fffffa6009a049d
    bcp4: fffffa6009a043b
    os version: 6_0_600
    service pack: 1_
    product: 256_
    server information: d4f80172-86b8-4475-9ff5-d5de05549f8

    also system_service_exceptio
    0x0000003
    0x0000007

    hidclass.sy


    i have a p6n msi motherboard 8 gb of ocz ra
    q6600 2.4 quad cor
    8800gts 640 mb video car

    i also tried the windows6.0-kb929777-v2-x64 standalone and it says it
    not needed for my system but i dont see it installed
     
    ibeenkillinit, Nov 1, 2008
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  2. I just repaired a computer that was acting much as yours. System crashed and
    froze at all odd times - even when doing "nothing". I was suspecting bad RAM
    or a failing CPU (the usual culprits). The owner said that he had reloaded
    Vista about 2 weeks prior.

    On a whim, I reloaded a "clean" copy of Vista. All problems were gone. The
    owner had gotten a corrupt install somehow - maybe a power failure during
    the install, or some such. The customer is now happy.
     
    Richard Urban, Nov 1, 2008
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  3. ibeenkillinit

    jcgriff2 Guest

    Bugcheck per BCC was 0x1000007e (0xffffffffc00000005,
    0xfffffa6004ca0d40, fffffa6004ca0d40, 0xfffffa6009a043b0). 0x1000007e
    same as 0x7e = SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED = system thread
    generated an exception not caught; exception is the 1st parm inside
    parenthesis = 0xff...c..5 = a memory access violation.

    The other bugcheck - 0x3b = SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION = an exception was
    generated by a system service during its move into kernel code territory
    - most likely a 0xc..5 (like 0x7e had).

    0x7e warrants good look at GUI - video adapter & drivers. Could be
    cause of both along w/ anti-virus; more so if 3rd party firewall
    installed.

    HID driver *hidclass.sys* listed as probable cause - what is plugged
    into USBs or other?

    How many BSODs? If not hardware related as suggested, then good chance
    3rd party driver hiding under memory address range of hidclass.sys - not
    suspected unless Vista install or source corrupt.

    Re-install Vista again. If BSODs return and hardware OK, run the driver
    verifier:
    START | type cmd.exe into start search box | RIGHT-click on cmd.exe
    above under programs - select Run as Administrator | type *verifier *|
    the verifier screen will appear


    Code:
    --------------------

    1. Select 2nd option - Create custom settings (for code developers)
    2. Select 2nd option - Select individual settings from a full list.
    3. Check the boxes
    • Special Pool
    • Pool Tracking
    • Force IRQL checking
    4. Select last option - Select driver names from a list
    5. Click on the Provider heading - sorts list by Provider
    6. Check ALL boxes where Microsoft is not the Provider
    7. Click on Finish
    8. Re-boot

    --------------------


    If the verifier flags driver, BSOD will result. Get it -
    c:\windows\minidump - and run these 2 -

    *msinfo32 - save as NFO file*
    START | type msinfo32 into start search box | hit enter - save as NFO
    file (default file extention)

    *perfmon - save as HTML file*
    START | type cmd.exe into start search box | RIGHT-click on cmd.exe
    above under programs - select Run as Administrator – then enter:

    *perfmon /report*

    Output will come up in IE7 browser screen. Save it as an HTML file. Zip
    up NFO and HTML files - they must be in this format to be of use. Attach
    to next post – send me a PM.

    Regards. . .

    jcgriff2
     
    jcgriff2, Nov 2, 2008
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  4. I am not having the problem. Why tell this to me?
     
    Richard Urban, Nov 2, 2008
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  5. ibeenkillinit

    jcgriff2 Guest

    Nothing directed at or being told to you, Richard. I exited out of an
    adjoining BSOD thread after posting, saw this one and thought I may be
    of some help to OP *ibeenkillinit*.

    I find corrupt OS install plausible explanation and worthwhile plan of
    1st attack. However, I would have expected to see something like kernel
    corruption bug check 0x109 somewhere - especially in x64. I don't
    believe Vista itself is generating 0xc..5 NT STATUS exceptions, but is
    being listed as the probable cause b/c actual offending driver getting
    away; hence the driver verifier.

    Kind Regards. . .

    jcgriff2

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    jcgriff2, Nov 5, 2008
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