Regular BSODS on start and wake-up

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)' started by andriy, Oct 23, 2010.

  1. andriy

    andriy New Member

    Oct 23, 2010
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    Hi experts,

    For the last 2 months I've been experiencing a very regular BSOD on my PC.

    BSODs occur only on the wake-up or on the start or shortly (up to 5 minutes) after both start/wake-up; sometimes I have to reboot 15-20 times to get the system work.

    Below 5 zipped minidumps files from this morning:
    View attachment 2010-10-23.minidump01(6).zip

    Once the system is working, it never fails; I can do everything including very ressource-consumming games or image/video editing etc. as long as I need. I even have tried to keep my computer always on for 3 days and it never failled.

    The BSOD started on my Windows Vista Home Edition; I have installed the genuine Windows 7 professional (French version) but the problem continues.

    Thank you for your help.
  2. TorrentG

    TorrentG Banned

    May 31, 2010
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    Hey there. Welcome.

    I know the feeling well. My machine would crash every 3 to 4 days from the MOTU Traveler professional audio firewire driver. I had to stay on MOTU for months until they decided to ask my assistance and crash dumps to fix the issue. My machine is up for 26 days now. :)
    (They fixed it months ago and I have not had a crash since.)

    Anyhow, on to your issues.

    1) Update these very old Sonix camera drivers from the manufacturer's website, which is very important:

    DeNoiseX64 DeNoiseX64.SYS Fri Feb 22 00:09:04 2008
    snpstd3 snpstd3.sys Thu Mar 06 22:24:16 2008

    2) Update this old driver from Hauppage for the hardware you have from them:

    HCW85BDA HCW85BDA.sys Mon May 11 04:26:59 2009

    3) Your wireless adapter driver really needs to be updated as old ones are notorious for bsods and this is from before Windows 7 RTM release:

    netr28x netr28x.sys Wed Feb 25 22:02:09 2009

    Visit the manufacturer's site for the update, as always.

    4) Visit your motherboard manufacturer's website to update this Intel Matrix Storage driver:

    iaStor iaStor.sys Thu Jun 04 21:53:40 2009

    Then install this patch to update this other driver:

    iaStorV iaStorV.sys Wed Apr 08 12:57:17 2009

    An update that improves the compatibility of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 with Advanced Format Disks is available

    5) Update your NVIDIA video card driver, which is important too for a certain reason, here:

    nvlddmkm nvlddmkm.sys Fri Jul 09 17:15:58 2010

    6) Reboot and then enjoy a machine with long uptimes for a change. :)
    #2 TorrentG, Oct 23, 2010
    Last edited: Oct 23, 2010

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