New instal, and still blue screen of death

3doz

Senior Member
#21
I only have a video card installed now
sound is from the mother board

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reghakr

Essential Member
#22
Could you please update your computer specifications?

The screen shot you've provided does not help.

Look in Device Manager for any entry that has a yellow flag and post back.
 


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3doz

Senior Member
#24
there are no yellow flags showing drivers are not working
attached as requested dump
 


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#25
Uninstall AnyDVD software (or any other software that installed the B's Recorder Gold service) in the normal method to remove this old driver:
Code:
 cdrbsdrv cdrbsdrv.SYS Tue Jun 16 23:37:15 2009
Cdrbsdrv.sys | what is Cdrbsdrv.sys file?

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Update this ITE IT8212 ATA RAID SCSI miniport driver:

Code:
iteraid  iteraid.sys  Sun Jan 23 20:42:43 2005
 


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reghakr

Essential Member
#26
Try going to Start > Run, and type msinfo32.

Expand the Components section and let us know the exact make and model of your sound card.
 


#27
Hey Reg, check the thread. We've already been through this.
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#28
I don't see a response to my question "the exact make and model of your sound card"

We're not getting much feedback from the OP whether he is trying our suggestions.

I would like to see full compiuter specifications, but he has not done so.

Three full pages and weren't not getting anywhere with suggestions so far.
 


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#29
The answer is insignificant. Completely 100%.

The Realtek HD Audio driver installation installs for all HD Audio versions.

I already posted what needs to be done in post #25 - http://windows7forums.com/windows-7...tal-still-blue-screen-death-3.html#post170602

Code:
BAD_POOL_CALLER (c2)
The current thread is making a bad pool request.  Typically this is at a bad IRQL level or double freeing the same allocation, etc.
Arguments:
Arg1: 00000007, Attempt to free pool which was already freed
Arg2: 00001097, (reserved)
Arg3: 00000000, Memory contents of the pool block
Arg4: 99a56120, Address of the block of pool being deallocated
 


3doz

Senior Member
#30
I have 3 reg cleaners installed but will try that one as well
the memory run for about 10 hours
this is nuts just got another on boot up
 


#31
10,000,000:1 odds are that at least 50% of my previous post #25 has not been completed.

It's not going to fix itself, unfortunately.

Post the crash dumps so I can point out what hasn't been done.
 


3doz

Senior Member
#32
I don't see a response to my question "the exact make and model of your sound card"

We're not getting much feedback from the OP whether he is trying our suggestions.

I would like to see full compiuter specifications, but he has not done so.

Three full pages and weren't not getting anywhere with suggestions so far.
The sound card is part of the mother board
 


3doz

Senior Member
#33
please can anyone stop these blue screens
latest log
 


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#34
It's been solved long ago, in my post #25 of this thread about the ite driver.
 


3doz

Senior Member
#35
If you meen iterraid
I am not useing this card it was originaly booting up before windows
so how can i get rid of it ..?

cant find any connetion to cdrbsdrv.sys
 


#36
If you're completely sure it's for the card, remove the card from the machine while the power is off, if you haven't already done so.

Then in Windows, go to C:\Windows\System32\drivers

and delete iteraid.sys. Run Ccleaner to clean the registry . Reboot.
 


3doz

Senior Member
#37
some files are in
C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\iteraid.inf_x86_neutral_c090ddcb32ff59ad
but cant delete or change control

used regedit and nothing found
yes the card is out and I have removed the battry then cahnged the bios
 


#38
I didn't mention that directory at all.

The important thing is the directory I did mention. Did you delete iteraid.sys from it?
 


3doz

Senior Member
#39
yes it did and i have done this before and it came back
 


#40
Then open the device manager. Look in Storage Controllers section.

Right click it and choose uninstall. Check the box to delete the driver too. Reboot when done.

I think the driver may be for your motherboard though and not the card.

Update it from the motherboard manufacturer instead if this is the case.
 


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