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Windows Regularly Occurring BSODs

Discussion in 'Tech Support' started by talladega, 19 Jul 2013.

  1. talladega

    talladega I'm Squidward

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    For almost a year now I've been getting regular BSODs on my server about once a month. Sometimes more. I've been keeping track of them since december. Besides a few that I believe were caused by my drivepool software they are usually the same error.

    Here's a screenshot from BlueScreen Viewer.

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    What is this ntoskrnl.exe thats causing these BSODs?
     
  2. AlienwareAndy

    AlienwareAndy New Member

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ntoskrnl

    You seem to have an awful lot of IRQ errors there..

    What do you have plugged into your PCI/PCIE/expansion slots?
     
  3. talladega

    talladega I'm Squidward

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    I only have 6 Hard Drives plugged in.
     
  4. AlienwareAndy

    AlienwareAndy New Member

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    So no graphics card,sound card, USB controllers nothing?

    You need to post your full system specs. I mean dude, you've not even told us what operating system it is.
     
  5. talladega

    talladega I'm Squidward

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    This is the Motherboard: http://www.supermicro.com/products/motherboard/ATOM/ICH9/X7SPE-H-D525.cfm
    OS is WHS 2011
    Running 8GB of RAM
    No video card no sound card
    6 Hard Drives Plugged
    I am running Drive Bender for Drive Pooling my hard drives.
    Only thing plugged into this is a keyboard and mouse and an APC Battery Backup

    The programs I have running on this are:
    Drive Bender
    Macrium Reflect
    Logitech Media Server
    uTorrent
    APC Battery Backup Software
    Microsoft Security Essentials
    Intel RST - I thought this may have been the issue but have tried different versions and nothing seems to point to this

    I have run Memtest (for 5 hours)
    SFC Scannow
    CheckDisk

    Currently I have Driver Verfier enabled and am Running Prime 95


    Is there some way that the BSOD error dump files/logs can be looked at to determine the issue?
     
  6. rollo

    rollo Well-Known Member

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    7 are memory related, 3 are power related. 0x10000007e is Gpu related windows server ( there is a patch)

    Pfn is page file errors.
     
  7. talladega

    talladega I'm Squidward

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    Anything I can do further to test/eliminate these issues?
    The BSODs are not very frequent and I have looked in Event Viewer to see if I can find something that ran at the time is blue screened, but haven't found anything.

    Does this seem to be more likely a hardware or software issue?
     

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