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Lots of errors in event viewer

  1. #21


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    I have just taken a look at the CBS file and copied the entire contents in to Word and its showing that the log is a total of 5505 pages long.
    Don't know why the file get that big. So let go back to fresh start with this. Right click on CBS.log file and take ownership then delete it, next time you run sfc /scannow, a brand new CBS.log will be created then we'll go from there.

    BTW, You said you did run memory test, correct ? . Didi you use the built in memory diagnostic test ?

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  2. #22


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    Hi,

    I used both the built in Windows memory test tool as well as Memtest 86+

    I have deleted the CBS file and scanned again with SFC and the log is now a total of 218 pages long.
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  3. #23


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    Did it fix anything ?
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  4. #24


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    Quote Originally Posted by topgundcp View Post
    Did it fix anything ?
    Each time I run it just gives the same result that errors were found. I have today experienced the first BSOD since reinstalling I have attached the memory dump if you want to take a look at it.


    Edit - Later on today I am going to do another clean install on a platter hard drive to see what the results are.
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  5. #25


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    In your dmp file it pointed at CdRom.sys that caused BSOD, but since you always have errors with sfc, it is hard to determine if it is really the cause.
    Can you upload the CBS.log file so I can take a look.
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  6. #26


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    Hi
    Thanks for your response,

    I we are getting somewhere now, I have restored the system back to the day I reinstalled on and SFC is passing fine with no errors.

    Would you say the cdrom.sys is likely to be Windows fault or could this be an issue with drive its self?

    Also the results of mem tests where clear for each memory stick.

    Thanks for your help,
    Last edited by wizkid; 28 Jan 2013 at 11:13.
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  7. #27


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    At this point, I am not sure if it is the cdrom.sys because it came up as a new error in the dump file. Since you restored Windows, turn off the service Superfetch again to clear up the error in the event log. Also, clear all events etc... start with new set of event logs so it will be easier to look at later on if something happens again
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  8. #28


    I'm following. I'll respond in due course
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  9. #29


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    Typically problems with cdrom.sys are problems with the cdrom hardware. This driver is very old and stable, and has not changed much in years. a bad drive can cause all kinds of problems to occur in the system that are not strictly drive related. I'd try disconnecting your CD-Rom for a while and see if the problems go away.

    It also could mean that your drive controller is flaky, and causing other problems. So it could be the chip on the motherboard.

    Often times if you don't use proper anti-static procedures when installing hardware, static can cause components to degrade. They may not fail at first, but later down the road.
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  10. #30


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    Hi,

    Thanks for your further responses,

    The disk that event viewer reported read errors with has successfully read 4 different dvds including the (Dirt 3 disk) with no errors I used Burn in test for the testing.
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