BSOD, event ID 10110

#1
Hi, as above I've had a BSOD on a new build machine (3 weeks old) and have zipped up all the W7F info you guys ask for.

I tried to do the other stuff but the CPU-Z utility isn't playing ball. I can tell you I've got an Intel Core i7 4770K running at 3.5Ghz and 16GB of DDR3 memory but that's about all!
 


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#2
Well the single .dmp file would suggest an issue with
volsnap.sys 11/20/2010 which is a Windows System File (driver piece of the Volume Shadow Copy Service) and not likely the real culprit.
My first two suggestions would be to
1. Update your BIOS from here
which suggests that it enhances compatibility issues with some USB devices (external hard drives?)
2. And check with your SSD Manufacturer here and see if they have a firmware update for your OCZ-AGILITY-3

In both case make sure that you acquire the firmware products intended specifically for your device(s).
 


#3
Thanks, it took a while but I finally figured out how to update the BIOS. I don't think I'll be able to update the SSD firmware because it's a boot drive.
 


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