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Many BSOD since 5 months


Jr937

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#1
Hi,
Since 5 months, I got a BSOD when I'm doing some basics things: Looking at Facebook, playing games (even flash games) I've decided after that to make a DualBoot to Windows 8, previously I had Windows 7, There was no BSOD for 3 days, and it began...

What did I make:
Memtest86+ = No errors, runned 4 passes
Tried to use one stick of ram = Worked for almost 1 day.
Swap the sticks of ram in the slots = Worked for 1 month (wtf happened there)
Ran driver verifier = got a blue screen with rdyboost.sys as the error.
Install all the drivers and make updates (Bios, chipset)


I've BSOD while writing this, the error flagged was rdyboost.sys, I think it's the error, but don't know how to delete or deactivate this thing..
Thanks in advice.

Forgot to add : I have this PC since 2 years.
 

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System One

  • OS
    Windows 8/7 Dual boot

milw0rm

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#2
I don't have time to look through all of those mini-dumps but the latest ones I have looked at don't seem to be pointing to anything in particular. This might indicate a hardware problem or a buggy/out-of-date driver.

You have some old drivers you should consider updating to Windows 8 64bit versions or un-installing/removing if un-needed:

AtiPcie.sys - ATI PCIE Driver for ATI PCIE chipset or ATI PCI Express (3GIO) Filter Found in my ATI video drivers (I have an Intel chipset) (2009): Driver Reference Table
AsIO.sys - Asus PCProbe Utility: Driver Reference Table (please un-install this and anything related to ASUS Utilities Suite, known BSOD creator)
ASACPI.sys - Asus ATK0110 ACPI Utility. Also a part of many Asus utilities: Driver Reference Table (please un-install this, known BSOD creator)
LGBusEnum.sys - Logitech Keyboard: Driver Reference Table
netr73.sys - D-Link AirPlus G DWL-G122 Wireless USB Adapter(rev.C) ** DISCONTINUED **: Driver Reference Table

Please update your AMD chipset drivers:

AMD Chipset Drivers

Remove the drivers related to BSODs above using control panel/un-install.

Update your Logitech Keyboard driver: Keyboards

Not sure about the D-Link Airplus Wireless USB Adapter, there doesn't seem to be a Windows 8 64bit driver for it. It's quite an old piece of gear so I recommend not using it in Windows 8. I recommend un-installing the driver via control panel if possible or disabling it by going into: c:\windows\system32\drivers and renaming the driver to netr73.bak then rebooting your PC.D-Link | DWL-G122 Wireless-G USB Dongle

Please update your LAN driver to the latest version if you have not done so by visiting your motherboard manufacturers website:

http://uk.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD_AM3/M4A78LTM_LE/#download

Please make sure you have all the Windows 8 updates until you can install no more.

-cheers
 

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    Windows 8 Pro 64bit

Jr937

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#3
Thanks a lot,

First: i've made a "fresh" install of AMD Drivers for my Graphics Card, seems to work, no blue screens until that.

Plus, i've made all your recommendations or almost, the Logitech thing is my mouse, updated.
I don't have a D-Link Wireless Adaptateur, Got a MSI one, for the WiFi, i've searched and I can't find any drivers for it...

I've updated indeed the Chipset and the LAN drivers.

Will mark as solved if i don't have BSOD in the next days.

Thanks a lot milworm and cheers as you said ! :p

When i mean fresh: I've uninstall all the files of the driver of my previous AMD Catalyst Driver, (with driver Fusion, the new Driver Sweeper) and reinstalled with the update on the official website.
 

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    Windows 8/7 Dual boot

milw0rm

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#5
The mouclass.sys and amdppm.sys are Windows Update driver files and are unlikely to be the cause of your BSODs.

Driver Reference Table
Driver Reference Table

Having checked your drivers again they are still being listed as out of date, most of them are from 2009. Please make sure you update or un-install and reboot your PC as I have instructed. If you have done this then try disabling the drivers listed below by going into the folder: c:\windows\system32\drivers and renaming them drivername.bak and then rebooting your PC for testing purposes:

AtiPcie.sys
netr73.sys
LGBusEnum.sys

Having checked the latest mini-dump again and the drivers.txt file I have found a few more that could be updated or un-installed if no longer needed:

LGVirHid.sys (2009) - Logitech Gamepanel Virtual HID Device Driver: Driver Reference Table
driverhardwarev2.sys (2011) - Driver NT Ma-Config.com: driverhardwarev2.sys - What is driverhardwarev2.sys ? (Easily explore your PC)
adp94xx.sys (2008) - Adaptec HostRAID SAS Driver: Driver Reference Table
adpahci.sys (2007) - Adaptec Windows SATA Storport Driver: Driver Reference Table
adpu320.sys (2007) - Adaptec .NET Ultra320 Driver: http//www.carrona.org/drivers/search.php?id=adpu320.sys
iirsp.sys (2005) - Intel Raid StorPort Driver: Driver Reference Table
iaStorV.sys (2011) - Intel Matrix Storage Manager driver (base) (now is the Rapid Storage Technology (RST) driver): Driver Reference Table
nfrd960.sys (2006) - IBM ServeRAID Controller Driver: Driver Reference Table
SiSRaid2.sys (2008) - SiS RAID Stor Miniport Driver: Driver Reference Table
SiSRaid4.sys (2008) - SiS AHCI Stor-Miniport Driver: http//www.carrona.org/drivers/search.php?id=SiSRaid4.sys
stexstor.sys (2011) - Promise SuperTrak EX Series Driver: http://www.carrona.org/drivers/search.php?id=stexstor.sys

Some of these drivers are probably left over from your Windows 7 installation and so could probably be un-installed or disabled for testing purposes.

Please make sure you have all the Windows 8 updates if you have not done so already.

If this doesn't work you should try some hardware diagnostics by following these articles here:

Memory Diagnostics
Hard Drive Diagnostic Procedure

If there are hardware problems this is beyond my expertise and maybe someone like usasma or Brink could help.

-cheers
 

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    Windows 8 Pro 64bit

Jr937

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#6
Re-Thanks, but the uninstallation seems to cause trouble in my comp:
I explain, all was good, i've just reset my memory sticks and my processor (Deplug-Replug) i've renamed to .bak all your files that you asked, but wow, when i've wanted to put on my computer, some BSOD happens and a Windows 8 repair tool as popped up, he just revert back my comp to a date when it works. And as that it revert all the files you listed including the aSio.sys and ASACPI.sys.
But one positive thing: From the moment when i reset my processor and clean the dust again, no BSOD until that, maybe there was a problem in the connection of my Motherboard and my processor maybe maybe. Will tell you again in the future if it's BSOD again.

One questino : Do i rename again the files to .bak or I just let it like that ?

cheers. And as well, thanks a lot for your help, it's just so kind.

EDIT: As this time, no BSOD happened when I was on Windows, playing games, and other. This is a good thing.
 

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    Windows 8/7 Dual boot

Jr937

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#7
Maybe got a hit two bsod flagged netr75.sys is the problem. Maybe I'll change my Wireless key.
And, i've formatted my hard drive and reinstalled a fresh copy of Windows 8, it helped a bit for my old drivers.
 

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Jr937

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It's definitely a network problem now, got afd.sys flagged as a error when i play Team Fortress 2 after 10 minutes, apparently afd.sys is a network winsock thing, dunno how to repair, maybe change my Wireless key, gonna do it in the next few days.
 

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    Windows 8/7 Dual boot