For the last two-three weeks I've been chasing a BSoD issue around, and haven't been able to resolve it. It all seemed to start directly after restarting my computer after a windows update. I have since ran integrity tests on windows, which validated out 100% fine. I've run memory tests which pass clean, and made sure my videocard driver was up to date.
Here's a list of the various BSoD screens I have been getting:
SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION with ATAPORT.SYS
BAD_POOL_CALLER (These ones are nasty and involve me having to restart my computer multiple times to even reach BIOS)
The memory manager has encountered an unexpected error
TCPIP.SYS with An attempt was made to write to Read Only
One time, when reloading, I got this message before reaching BIOS, where it hung: The file is possibly corrupt. The file Checksum does not match the computed checksum.
-I've ran Norton Antivirus full system scans (it is up to date) and haven't found any rootkits or other nasty things.
-CMD: sfc /scannow came back clean with this message: "Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations"
In my ten years of building computers, I have never encountered such an intermittent and wildly random BSoD. Sometimes it happens when I play games, sometimes it happens when I leave my computer alone for a couple minutes. Other times it happens when I'm booting my computer up, and sometimes (rarely) it doesn't happen at all, and I have a good day. I've attached my most recent logged minidumps. I say 'logged' because it hasn't caught all of them, like the two that happened this morning as I was writing this post. I'm beginning to think my HDD might be a problem, or that my MOBO is griefing.
I'd love to know what you all think.
Edited by RobertH, 14 December 2011 - 10:59 AM.