New instal, and still blue screen of death

3doz

Senior Member
#1
I just cant win
New h/d new w7 install
updated every driver I could . took out the old drives that required a seperate card driver that run before bootup on the old drive
and still it crashes

almost every time w7 updates it either crashes in going back to safe mode .
or it somhow looses the main files to boot , then its going into the bios and selecting the correct drive again as the boot drive

or I am in the middle of a program and the blue screen of death
i have zipped up the crash code can anyone read and assist View attachment temp2.zip
 


3doz

Senior Member
#2
the attachment will show the computer details
downloading the file and will run it system.jpg
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#3
Are you having any problems with your sound (Realtek) or any networking problems.

Go to Start > Control panel ? Device Manager and let us know if there are any yellow flags next to any entries.
 


#4
Hello and welcome,

1.

Update :

081710-29328-01.dmp

StkTMini.sys Thu Aug 30 12:44:29 2007, StkCPipe.sys (2006)
Syntek USB 2.0 Video Mini Driver is a driver file from company Syntek belonging to product Syntek Universal Serial Bus 2.0 Video Mini Driver.

pcouffin.sys (2006)
Patin couffin engine
VSO Software

000.fcl (2008)
update Cyberlink

iteraid.sys (2005)
ITE IT8212 ATA RAID SCSI miniport
update motherboard drivers and bios



2.

081710-23171-01.dmp
dxgmms1.sys, memory management error

update the video driver, yours is 2010 but you may wanna get the latest
if you are overclocking stop
run memtestx86
update bios
 


#5
Very good post Cyber.

This part is extremely important:

"StkTMini.sys Thu Aug 30 12:44:29 2007, StkCPipe.sys (2006)
Syntek USB 2.0 Video Mini Driver is a driver file from company Syntek belonging to product Syntek Universal Serial Bus 2.0 Video Mini Driver."

Code:
StkTMini StkTMini.sys Thu Aug 30 05:44:29 2007
StkCPipe StkCPipe.sys Thu Dec 21 03:38:07 2006
-------

You'll want to not update this, but uninstall the related software instead. You can Google for what installs it so you can figure out which you have:

Code:
pcouffin pcouffin.sys Tue Dec 05 09:39:53 2006
---------


In addition, this old Realtek driver is a proven cause of bsod. Please update it:

Code:
Rt86win7 Rt86win7.sys Thu Feb 26 04:04:22 2009
To do so, type systeminfo in a command prompt to see which Realtek network number you have. Then search for it on the left side of this link. If you have 8111, don't search and instead, use the page itself to download the latest driver:

RTL8111

---------

Update the video card driver:

Code:
nvlddmkm nvlddmkm.sys Sat Apr 03 20:37:04 2010
NVIDIA
 


3doz

Senior Member
#6
7/28/2010 shows for audio driver
in device manager
pcouffin removed all sofware and regedit as this is now unwanted


how can i take this out of the bios as its the latest driver
iteraid.sys (2005)
ITE IT8212 ATA RAID SCSI miniport
update motherboard drivers and bios
 


3doz

Senior Member
#7
Hello and welcome,

1.

Update :

081710-29328-01.dmp

StkTMini.sys Thu Aug 30 12:44:29 2007, StkCPipe.sys (2006)
Syntek USB 2.0 Video Mini Driver is a driver file from company Syntek belonging to product Syntek Universal Serial Bus 2.0 Video Mini Driver.

pcouffin.sys (2006)
Patin couffin engine
VSO Software

000.fcl (2008)
update Cyberlink

iteraid.sys (2005)
ITE IT8212 ATA RAID SCSI miniport
update motherboard drivers and bios



2.

081710-23171-01.dmp
dxgmms1.sys, memory management error

update the video driver, yours is 2010 but you may wanna get the latest
if you are overclocking stop
run memtestx86
update bios
iteraid.sys (2005)
ITE IT8212 ATA RAID SCSI miniport
update motherboard drivers and bios

how can i remove sys the mother borad and bios are latest
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#8
iteraid.sys (2005)
ITE IT8212 ATA RAID SCSI miniport
update motherboard drivers and bios

how can i remove sys the mother board and bios are latest
No, the Patin couffin engine driver is installed by some burning programs.

Same with the Cycerlink reference.

The
 


3doz

Senior Member
#9
bloody hell
every time I get down load from microsoft as updates it installes but when it reboots it f... the bios , it cant find the hard drive with the boot files or it starts in windows.
 


3doz

Senior Member
#10
Latest blue screens
winn32 sys.
cdd.dll


any assistanse
 


#11
You can post the latest crash dumps so I can see what you might have missed doing, from my last post.
 


#13
All the drivers are in great shape, which unfortunately means that there is a RAM defect.

You can test with Memtest86+ overnight to see if it shows any errors. If so, replace the RAM modules.

Sometimes you have to test each stick at a time to get errors to show, while removing all other sticks.

My guess is that if you just run Memtest86+, errors will show fairly early. Overnight test is best though.

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One thing you should really do in Windows though is to type services.msc in the start menu then press enter. Disable the NVIDIA Stereoscopic 3D service, since its process is shown in the crash.
If you actually have the 3D glasses, then leave the service alone.
 


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reghakr

Essential Member
#14
Hello 3doz,

Could you please fill in your computer information so we can see all details of your system.

Do you have two sound devices on your computer? One on-board and one Creative PCI?

If you're using the Creative card, you should be able to access the BIOS and turn off on board sound, thus eliminating any conflicts.
 


#15
There is no Creative card installed in the machine. Multiple audio devices do not conflict anyhow. That's a myth.
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#16
Hey TorrentG,

Does the Rtkvhda.sys relates to a networking card or audio device?

I believe it's audio, that's why I suggested it.
 


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reghakr

Essential Member
#18
Good call,

It's obvious now.
 


3doz

Senior Member
#19
no ram faults
3d off


whats the solution HDA = High Definition Audio
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#20
updated every driver I could . took out the old drives that required a separate card driver that run before boot up on the old drive
and still it crashes
Try inserting the cards again and search for the latest Windows 7 drivers.

Please update your computer specifications so we can have a better idea what hardware is in the computer.
 


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