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nvstor.sys blue screen on booting computer after hibernation

I have a problem on Windows 8.1 Pro where nvstor.sys causes a blue screen when I boot up from a hibernation. This also applies to fast startup which is a form of hibernation. I know that nvstor is an ...
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239 views

Is my disk drive (SSD) failing?

Just wanted to confirm my suspicions that I have a failing drive on my hands. So far here's what I've experienced: I initially got a BSOD while doing normal web browsing After rebooting; said there ...
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49 views

How to create a WIndows Vista Installer including my own drivers

I try to add a Syba SD-PEX40054 with Marvell 88SE9230 RAID Sata 3.0 PCIe card to my Workstation Intel s5000psl to pass from SATA 2.0 to SATA 3.0 and add HDD with SATA 3.0 specs. Now I have an issue, ...
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How do I stop an INTERRUPT_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED on my mv91xx.sys driver?

I have an EVGA motherboard with a Marvell MV99SE91 SATA 6 driver. When I go to their driver downloads page, navigate to Intel X58/ICH10R / 141-GT-E770 - EVGA X58 Classified3 / All / Windows 7 64-bit, ...
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1answer
177 views

Repeated BSODs (0x7A) while Win 7 is running

I repeatedly encounter BSODs with this error code: 0x7A - KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR My computer is running Windows 7 (all the latest updates and service packs installed). I already looked up the ...
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1answer
182 views

Installed second hard drive in computer and get BSOD with stop 0x00007b

I have a computer with a Intel DH55HC MB. It has eSata on the MB ports that work with SATA drives. Anyway I installed a second 1tb drive and reset the boot order. Windows starts and gets a BSOD with ...
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Windows removes its own drive from bios, but appears in Linux

I'm having a strange problem. Some background: I have two sata drives in this computer. The first one has a boot partition and two NTFS partitions (one Windows 7, one storage). The second drive has ...
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Windows 7 BSOD and missing SATA drives at reboot

I get random BSOD, then when my computer reboots my SATA drives are gone and it gets stuck at "verifying DMI pool data". By rebooting they sometimes re-appear. Before this my computer has been ...
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499 views

Installing 3TB SATA Hard Drive Messed Up My Computer

I just added a 3TB SATA hard drive to my Windows 7 x64 machine. After formatting it, it seemed to work for a couple of hours until I got a BSOD. 10 minutes later, another BSOD, this one saying memory ...
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Switching BIOS SATA RAID/AHCI setting causes BSOD at Windows Start - Why?

I just changed my disk setup from: 1 SATA HDD Primary OS Disk 2x SATA HDD Backup Disks in RAID 1 TO: 1 SATA SSD Primary OS Disk 1 SATA HDD Backup Disk [No RAID] Everything worked great, no ...
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BSOD STOP 0x000000F4

I have searched pretty extensively for a solution to this issue without resolve, so I was hoping that someone here could help me. Problem: After having used my new PC since May of this year, I ...
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594 views

Reatogo (~ BartPE) SATA BSOD: Either 0x0000007B or 0x0000007E

I'm trying to get Reatogo's PE Builder (a variant of Bart's PE Builder) to work with SATA drives. If I put the SATA driver in the SCSIDriver folder, then it boots fine on SATA drives, but it gives a ...
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1answer
366 views

Whenever I attempt to copy a large number of files to my external hard drive, a blue-screen of death pops up. Is my hard drive fried?

I've been trying to copy a large folder containing hundreds of music files to my external hard drive, which is actually a regular SATA hard-drive inside an enclosure, attached to my laptop via USB. ...
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4answers
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Windows XP stop 0x0000007b Error

I'm having problems with two computers I have at my current work place. They are very similar to other machines I repair and reimage but for some reason when I reimage these two machines i contiune ...
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silicon image 3512 SATA card & BSOD

I updated the BIOS on my SiI3512 SATA card this morning because of some boot issues with Windows not detecting the card. Now my WinXP BSODs every time I boot, no matter if I choose safe mode or ...