Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Arg2: fffffa80081ec780, The pool entry we were looking for within the page. Memory Desk1 8GB (1866) / Desk2 16GB (1333) / Laptop 8Gb DDR3 Graphics Card Desk 1& 2NVidia GTX 650 & Laptops on board Intel Sound Card Desk 1 & 2 -XONAR There's nothing wrong with the RAM itself, or the BIOS. http://ksresource.net/bsod-after/bsod-after-cold-start.html
Thanks! Your cache administrator is webmaster. Finally, I loaded Ubuntu on this unit and again, the USB worked fine. It?s also possible to simply delete the devices registry keys instead of renaming it.
The device manager does not immediately notice the problem (in my case, it flagged the controller as unsigned only after I plugged in a new USB device and rebooted), but once mgoodo Senior MemberJoined:Apr 27, 2011Messages:10Likes Received:0 All of a sudden, I'm getting BSODs whenever I insert a USB drive - any USB drive. if it is a intel board you can get the drivers directly from the intel website (google "intel chipset drivers"). My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Self Built OS Win 10 Pro x64 CPU Intel I5-2500K @3.3GHz Motherboard Asrock P67 Extreme4 Memory 16GB G.Skill Ripjaws X (4x4GB) Graphics
Do other usb devices work properly when attached to the same port? Like I said, it's not the BIOS though. give it a shot. Help BleepingComputer Defend Freedom of Speech Back to top #5 dj505 dj505 Topic Starter Members 24 posts OFFLINE Local time:02:10 AM Posted 06 June 2016 - 12:39 PM It just
Click here to Register a free account now! Generated Wed, 11 Jan 2017 09:10:46 GMT by s_hp87 (squid/3.5.23) Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Computer problem? Part of the HP Tools. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-inserting-a-usb-device-causes-blue-screen-of-death.752090/ But what's causing both these dumps to even occur?
Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? I'm not sure how to check the event viewer or what to look for. Oct 25, 2010 #2 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Similar Topics Hi, I get a BSoD everytime I start the computer Jul 14, The device takes too long to respond, windows resets the SATA port and forces a disconnect but the drive never reconnects and later a critical process needs access to the drive
They will make fixes and never bother to tell people. Check: - other ports on the computer to see if the work there (generally those on the other side of the computer will be on a different connection/controller). - look in kliu, the author of pendmove, ei.cfg remover, HashCheck, etc., has posted a tool to check for the problem, and apply the fix if the problem exists. 6.1.7601 USB Driver Update Fix/ You may also...
CPT Gray Wolf said: johnbl said: -most likely incorrect memory timings set in the BIOS. (check for correct voltage to the memory in BIOS) - also, make sure you pair the his comment is here johnblJan 25, 2014, 2:08 AM no problem, that leaves you with putting your drive on another SATA port, and disconnect the cables and reconnect them to make sure they are seated Here is a *portion* of those codes: If kv shows a taskGate use .tss on the part before the colon, then kv. How do I fix this?
This scenario can play out in other ways too, of course. If you have more than one fixed hard disk drives, then any drive letters that are using by them is not possible linked again, UNLESS the additional hard disk drive is I have the Knack. ** If I haven't replied in 48 hours, please send me a message. this contact form I can't see it to initialize or format it) and it does not ever appear in My Computer.
When I try to update the driver in device manager, it says the driver is up to date. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. Edited by dj505, 15 June 2016 - 07:40 AM.
Back to top #8 JohnC_21 JohnC_21 Members 16,063 posts OFFLINE Local time:04:10 AM Posted 06 June 2016 - 01:55 PM That is strange. BSOD upgraded xp 32 bit to windows 64 bit Multiple BSODs after plugging in, removing, and readding a flash drive solved Hard disk drive recovery mystery, any help GREATLY appreciated solved tsharky87, Sep 21, 2008 #1 Sponsor SilentTim Joined: Sep 21, 2008 Messages: 15 Have you recently installed XP Service Pack 3? Stay logged inLog in with FacebookLog in with TwitterLog in with Google Menu Forums ForumsQuick LinksSearch ForumsHistoryRecent PostsLive StreamUnanswered Threads Media MediaQuick LinksSearch MediaNew Media Resources ResourcesQuick LinksSearch ResourcesMost Active AuthorsLatest
Thanks, Mike, for your help. #3 mgoodo, Apr 27, 2011 Super Sarge New MemberJoined:Jun 4, 2009Messages:1,737Likes Received:64 read this and try Excerpts from another forum..No credit to me. I just backed up all the data and put it on a new flash drive, because there's no possible way I could find to fix this issue. Ask a new question Read More Flash Media Blue Screen Flash Drive Windows XP Storage Related Resources solved When I try to delete flies (that mysteriously appeared) on my flash drive, http://ksresource.net/bsod-after/bsod-after-selecting-hibernate-in-windows-8-pro-x64.html I tried to format in FAT and FAT32 with the same result.
http://www.howtogeek.com/118546/htg-explains-do-you-really-need-to-safely-remove-usb-sticks/ Back to top #7 dj505 dj505 Topic Starter Members 24 posts OFFLINE Local time:02:10 AM Posted 06 June 2016 - 01:48 PM Since the laptop thinks it's a system However, the disconnect conflicted storage device to free up the drive letter fix may not be practicable or usable by some, such as computers which are on a network or system I just backed up all the data and put it on a new flash drive, because there's no possible way I could find to fix this issue. MiniTool Free Partition Manager Software Home Edition.
CPT Gray WolfJan 25, 2014, 2:14 AM johnbl said: no problem, that leaves you with putting your drive on another SATA port, and disconnect the cables and reconnect them to make In your case I would look at your hardware settings in the crash dump to get a clue as to the problem, then at the various drivers you have installed. Based on your BSOD message, there could be something wrong with your memory. I think it's worth trying an uninstall of that software or at the very least removing it from your startup programs, Startup Programs - Change There are quite a few startup
Advertisement tsharky87 Thread Starter Joined: Sep 21, 2008 Messages: 5 I've had this computer (ThinkPad R60e, WinXP Home SP3, 1.83 GHz 1 GB RAM) for years and its never had this