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All this is being done at the same time, and the machine keeps working normally. But I've been having some unexplained BSODs. Get the answer Tom TancrediDec 21, 2013, 7:43 PM Just run it, then highlight the text on the first panel and paste it here. Also... have a peek here

I'm attaching it as well. This driver usually belongs to CD/DVD program - so you'll have to try each of them until you find the correct one to remove. Now it's on without the battery. I am on my 5th fresh install of Windows 8 Pro WMC build 9200 64bit.

Bccode: F4 Bcp1: 0000000000000003

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  1. I used to WD tool to do an extended test on my SSD by a-data it also passed the test.
  2. The laptop worked with no problems and last night I didn't put it to sleep but shut it down.
  3. If it does, then it's likely that there's a problem with the SSD OR an incompatibility with your system.
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Can Any One Help Me For This Problem. Side note: Your IT Manager should be FIRED immediately. consider this fixed « BSOD - ntkrnlpa.exe HP DL365 G5 | Blue Screen 0X00000024 (0x00190203 » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread Advanced Search Similar Threads Bluescreen View No, create an account now.

It compresses very well, but it will still be quite large and must be uploaded to a 3rd-party site. 12-06-2011, 07:25 AM #7 armadillopicnic Registered Member Join Date: Bccode F4 Windows 7 64 Bit Hello and welcome to the Windows 7 Forums, a community where users can discuss anything related to the this Microsoft operating system. FWIW - I'm seeing I/O Errors in the memory dumps - and that is common with SSD issues. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/pc-gets-blue-screen-at-random-times-bccode-f4/615aef43-cd2d-451f-a84e-cca99ceeca2e It could take a while, because decrypting the disk will be a long process.

Dec 25, 2010 #5 mikeownage TS Rookie Topic Starter Seems the driver update increased stability however i did receive another blue screen. What make / model computer is this? Your cache administrator is webmaster. I just have a quick question: is the uninstallation of truecrypt something you suggest permanently or is it just to check things out?

Bccode F4 Windows 7 64 Bit

Obviously the update did not help solved the problem. More hints D is only partitioned for 90GB and has XP Pro as backup. Bccode: F4 Bcp1: 0000000000000003 Thanks! F4 Blue Screen Windows 7 The problem is that itís not clear to me what can be causing it.

What is the make of your harddrive? navigate here Vista 64 bit Home Premium is installed on C. My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Dell OS Windows 7 Pro x64 CPU i5-3210M Memory 6 GB carlossierra View Public Profile Find More Posts by carlossierra 28 Nov 2012 #6 EDIT: it would appear it did make a minidump afterall. Bccode: 9f

sometimes I get a report otherwise nothing. Online I am always in the past. » Site Navigation » Forum> User CP> FAQ> Support.Me> Steam Error 118> 10.0.0.2> Trusteer Endpoint Protection All times are GMT -7. if anyone else is having similar symptoms (the key here is after the bsod you have to manually power down, restart and re select the ssd as the boot drive in http://hcsprogramming.com/windows-7/windows-7-x64-bsod.php Also see below system information .

My crash dump settings were set to kernel so it's a 300MB file and my uploading speed is very, very slow - if it's apsolutely necessary I'll try to upload it, I have done several fresh installs of Win7 Ent x64 with the drivers provided by the manufacturer. Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users.

carlossierra View Public Profile Find More Posts by carlossierra 28 Nov 2012 #4 koolkat77 Windows 10 Home 64Bit 15,059 posts I see.

I see after reading the new reviews on newegg about my SSD I need to call a-data and have them update it's bios. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. This problem started back when I bought new ram from gskill a set of 4 gigs total 8 gigs. Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases

I also ran Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool this morning after the crash and it said that it didn't find anything wrong. Thanks. Also, when the laptop does boot-up, sometimes (rarely), it may freeze (very rarely) on or just after the loggon screen. (I also had BSODs related to BitDefender and a VPN client this contact form Turns on again, appears to be working, the battery is inside, I try to put in and then take out the direct power supply, it appears to be all ok.

I have applied all the latest windows 7 updates. Attached Files: 010411-28860-01.zip File size: 25.9 KB Views: 2 Jan 5, 2011 #6 mikeownage TS Rookie Topic Starter Well it's been 5 days since my last post and since i updated FlynnArrowstarr BSOD, App Crashes And Hangs 5 09-29-2011 08:27 PM BSOD in Windows 7 SP1 on my ASUS M4A78-VM IN-SI Please help me with this problem: BSOD in Windows 7 SP1 after 3-4 try he start normally and i don't have anymore problem until i shut it down and it start again i have read the help topic and join the two

The 'System File Checker Results' shows texts in Spanish, but basically they state that there were no integrity violations found. The Vista installation DVD was unable to help. It's a 'STOP' with BCCode=F4, BCP1=03 : "A process/thread crucial to system operations has unexpectedly exited". I also downloaded SeaTools and did some tests, here are some results: Model Number: HGST HTS541075A9E680 Firmware Revision: JA2OA590 Fix All Fast - Started 25.7.2015. 14:09:51 Fix All Fast - FAIL

Dec 25, 2010 #4 mikeownage TS Rookie Topic Starter I will run the first extended test tonight before i go to sleep. Normally, as you did, you reinstall Windows CLEAN. In this case it appears to be a JMicron controller (and the drivers also date from 2010). I'm new here, so I hope Iím posting this correctly.

also from what i have been reading in LOTS of forums is to stay away from marvel controllers if using a ssd. All Rights Reserved. Attached Files: LatestMinidump.zip File size: 26.3 KB Views: 1 OldMiniDumps.zip File size: 131.3 KB Views: 1 Dec 24, 2010 #1 Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 11,966 +70 All errors are 0x000000F4: What do you mean "random f4 BSOD"???

Thought it was the fact that I never format the laptop for almost two years and heavy work over it but after restoring it to factory defaults and copying my folders Sounds like you found and corrected your issue.