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BSOD Error LOG - help anyone

Last response: in Windows 7
May 9, 2012 1:27:21 AM

Hello, I wonder if anyone has an idea about what is casing this and a fix?

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.
Locale ID: 1033

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 7a
BCP1: C041AE40
BCP2: C0000185
BCP3: 00797860
BCP4: 835C8DB5
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 256_1

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May 9, 2012 1:29:46 AM

By the way - it reboots and reports a BSOD error about once a day.
a b $ Windows 7
May 9, 2012 1:52:28 AM

do a malware sweep with wlaware bytes and a good anti virus sweep. then run memtest to see if it a bad stick of ram. if memtest passes use hardware -z and see if the power supply 12v leg not holding.
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a b $ Windows 7
May 9, 2012 6:07:52 PM


This bug check indicates that the requested page of kernel data from the paging file could not be read into memory.

For the second error code:


0xC0000185, or STATUS_IO_DEVICE_ERROR, indicates improper termination or defective cabling on SCSI devices or that two devices are trying to use the same IRQ.

So best case, you have a loose cable. Worst case, a possible HDD/RAM failure.

In this case, assuming you don't get any other BSOD messages, RAM is probably not at fault. A chkdsk on the HDD would be a good step after you verify all the cables are firmly inserted.

If those come up clean, then run a RAM test with memtest86/Prime95 [blend test]. This doesn't look like a RAM problem, but if all else fails, its worth a check.
May 16, 2012 12:31:00 PM

No viruses, but I THINK I FOUND THE PROBLEM... What do you guys think please? MEMTEST IS OK. But...
Check out my 3V and 12V power supplies! Ooops - no more $300 ACER computers after THIS! I think I will make one last chgeck with my harware digital volt meter to confirm, but this REALLY sucks.

Hardware monitor ITE IT87
Voltage 0 1.65 Volts [0x67] (CPU VCORE)
Voltage 1 2.50 Volts [0x9C] (VIN1)
Voltage 2 1.98 Volts [0x7C] (+3.3V)
Voltage 3 4.95 Volts [0xB8] (+5V)
Voltage 4 10.11 Volts [0x9E] (+12V)
Voltage 5 -4.35 Volts [0x44] (-12V)
Voltage 6 -5.12 Volts [0x50] (-5V)
Voltage 7 5.00 Volts [0xBA] (+5V VCCH)
Voltage 8 3.07 Volts [0xC0] (VBAT)
Temperature 0 55°C (130°F) [0x37] (TMPIN0)
Temperature 2 15°C (58°F) [0xF] (TMPIN2)
Fan 0 2003 RPM [0x151] (FANIN0)
Fan PWM 0 0 pc [0x0] (FANPWM0)
Fan PWM 1 38 pc [0x30] (FANPWM1)
Fan PWM 2 0 pc [0x0] (FANPWM2)
May 26, 2012 2:07:46 PM

Well that hardware monitor program (Cpuid Hardware Monitor) does not work correctly.

I almost bought a new power supply for much dinero BUT I first tried my digital voltmeter, and found that there is nothing wrong. The software is not reading the voltages correctly.
I have since been through a number of measures and did a restore point, and it has not crashed as much lately.

I did run MEMTESTx86 and found no problems after 10 passes.

I am starting to think it is a disk controller issue or something. Latest minidump is here if you would like to see it...