BSOD at startup, x0000001E, safe mode works. What next?

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  1. CoolDudeClan

    CoolDudeClan Senior Member

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    sahdad64.sys is developed by Sonic Solutions according to the sahdad64.sys version information.

    sahdad64.sys's description is "Disk Filter Driver"

    sahdad64.sys is digitally signed by Sonic Solutions.

    sahdad64.sys is usually located in the 'C:\Windows\system32\drivers\' folder.
     
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    Personally I'd remove it. It also sounds like the AV is connected to iYogi too. Try removing with this removal tool:
    http://totaldefense.iyogi.com/?p=2579

    Oh and remember to run the chkdsk please.
     
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    Thank you for that tool. I think it worked.

    I will run chkdsk now
     
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    It's not letting me uninstall yogi stuff in safe mode. Instantly fails when I hit uninstall.

    It started uninstalling in normal mode and then I got another BSOD

    Trying to reboot so I can get that dump file
     
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    New dump file
     

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    Just installed revo installer a while ago, using it right now, that's weird. Think I got all the yogi stuff gone.

    Just did the chkdsk and it wanted me to restart to run it, the second I hit restart I got a bsod again. Different code this time

    I noticed there was a (!) mark on the shutdown button, something to do with Windows Update. Wonder if that has something to do with it

    Drivers you listed are all updated with exception to the seitek one because I don't know what that is.
     
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    Try the chkdsk again please and post the new dump file please.
     
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    I rebooted and the chkdsk started, been running about 10 minutes so far without a bsod.

    I can't access the dump file right but I will when this is done
     
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    CoolDudeCan, ultimate you should remove most of the unknown software that you are not presently using, and do not foresee yourself using in the future. This should eliminate a lot of the confusion about what is going on with your system. You can do by cataloging what is on your system and what you do and do not intend to use over the long-term.
     
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    It is my bosses computer, I am trying to fix it for him.

    I agree with your idea though, my personal computer is only stuff I use all the time.

    You know how people are with all these programs they see though, "Tune ups" and all that junk bloatware. This computer has a lot of it.
     
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    chkdsk done. Nothing to report. It completed and didn't say much.
     
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    Most recent dump files that were made
     

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    Blue screen viewer reports ntoskrnl.sys, then mssmbios.sys, then nto again for the last 3.
     
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    Bugcheck 1E again.

    To be honest unless you have a Windows disk there is little else we can achieve other than you could try removing the RAM apart from one stick and see if it cures the problem. Keep swopping the stick over each time there is a bsod and see if there is a stick it doesn't blue screen on.
    Did you remove all third party software?

    Lastly ask your tight ass boss for proper tech support..:)
     

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