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ntoskrnl.exe and ntfs.sys problem with clean install

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    ntoskrnl.exe and ntfs.sys problem with clean install

    Hello everyone, after 2 weeks of head banging myself, I would like the help of a dump file analyst to help me with this little problem

    Computer is a new build
    all wires are well connected.
    heat and voltage are not a problem
    NO Overclocking was ever made on the computer
    at the end I even tried to Under clock the CPU to 20x to give me a flush 4ghz

    no antivirus installed, no iTunes no deamon pro

    I did try getting all the new drivers and installed them
    till bsod constant or hang deadlock/freeze ( that was with win 7 )

    I reinstalled windows 7 10 times
    I changed to windows 8.1 and reinstalled that 4 times

    I did chkdisk in cmd
    I did chkdsk repair also
    I did sfc /scannow with 0 error

    I removed every crap cataclyst installed except for my display drivers
    ( did not install CCC and hdmi audio driver and the apu thing and the video transcoding )

    I had a few atikmdag.sys BSOD tried to expand -r it and replace the other file which did help no more atikmdag problem

    but I reinstalled windows nevertheless other BSOD happend

    I checked my SSD firmware = up to date
    I checked the bios = up to date
    I checked the Video card driver = up to date ( I did downgrade them to 14.4 AMD after )
    I checked the drivers for the Lan = up to date
    I checked the drivers for Audio = up to date

    I checked the device manager for the updates when everything said was up to date I when on each manufacturers site and cross checked the versions

    motherboard wise w/ CD installation, pretty much only utilities to install and drivers for the Audio,lan and usb 3.0

    I did the DDU Uninstaller to clean old graphic drivers and reinstalled fresh copies of the drivers

    my windows is up to date

    Bios I turned off the AMD turbo
    I had to set manually my Memory to 1866 as the auto was setting me at 1600
    I tried running the computer in the profile normal from bios
    changed that to Power save mode, that did help in the BSOD department

    I did run Furmark benchmark and passed it
    heaven benchmark pass
    cpu stress test pass
    windows memory diag no errors

    I did the windows driver verifier but forgot what the error was ( was late last night ) and I reinstalled windows to start off with a fresh copy

    Deleted my Windows.old files with the disk clean up program

    I think that is about it

    I probably did other test and fixes but can`t remember all of it

    thank you and sorry for the long post

    Computer spec

    AMD FX 9590 CPU
    Saberthoot FX990 R2.0
    Corsair Vengence Pro 2x8gig 1866mhz
    Corsair PSU 80+gold 750watt Modular
    Corsair SSD LS 120gig
    HDD 1TB Seagate Barracuda
    AMD Sapphire R9 290x 4gig GDDR5
    Corsair closed looped water cooling for the CPU ( forgot the Model )

    Thank you once again

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

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    Posts : 2


    Sorry for the double post

    just added a new Dump file with the newest BSOD while playing Tomb raider

    Edit : I removed the SSD and did a Clean install of windows 8.1 on my HDD
    everything went fine and i started up the windows update, near the end. BOOM a good old BSOD .... i had nothing installed i costomized my windows update not to inclide the gpu drivers and some microsoft draw


    I finally fixed the problem, and would recommend this solution to everyone having the same problems with clean install as me


    Test the Memory Sticks 1 at the time with the MEMTEST86 program

    thank you and be BSOD free
    Last edited by Kayasha; 25 May 2015 at 00:20. Reason: SOLVED
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

ntoskrnl.exe and ntfs.sys problem with clean install
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