Random 0x0000001A errors with ntkrnlmp.exe

kemical

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#41
Excellent thank you.. :)
 


#42
My friend hasn't been in town yet so I haven't been able to give me one of my RAM sticks but here is a mini update.

I had him run sfc /scannow last night for the hell of it since it was strange that the crashing was mostly gone for a couple days and then returned largely in the same fashion. He just texted me the results and long behold:

Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them. Details are included in the CBS.Log
Kind of sketchy if I do say so myself. We fixed that shit last week!

I told him to run "dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth" when he gets the chance.
 


nmsuk

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I'd be getting him to check the system drive, can you get him to do a chkdsk c: /R from an admin command prompt. Best to warn him it may take many hours.
 


kemical

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Kind of sketchy if I do say so myself. We fixed that shit last week!
Yup i remember.. It might not be too drastic and often these corrupt files relate to something insignificant. The DISM scan should hopefully repair it but if not post in the CBS logs.
 


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