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RtkHDAud.sys bsod, please help


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The only other thing that I really saw mentioned in the bluescreen dump files is kmixer.sys

Hit the windows key and r at the same time and type system32 hit enter.
The go to the drivers folder and double click it.
Find the kmixer.sys right click it and select delete.
Reboot the machine and test with normal operation.

If the machine should crash again then see below.

Download FSS.
http://download.blee.../farbar/FSS.exe

Type kmixer in the FSS window.
Then hit the export service button.
Post the log created in your next reply.
I would like to see that the vaules are correct on the .reg key.

Edited by rockmilk, 23 February 2013 - 10:45 AM.

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hi, rockmilk,

before I do that, here are the last two minidump files, the thing is the last two bsods seems to have been caused by ntoskrnl.exe. Don't know if it matters or not...?

Anyway, let me know if I still should go ahead with your latest instructions.

Also, I'm wondering, would a clean reinstall help? I mean I don't know what could be causing this nightmare: is it some conflict that appeared due to accumulation of inconsistencies etc over time and a reinstall would help or is it some inherent instability in my system that will come back after reinstall or whether it is hardware-related.
I mean, I don't look forward to a reinstall coz it's time-consuming to get all done and set up, but maybe there's no choice?

Thanks

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The latest crash is cause by disk.sys

How about you run a check disk and see if that clears things up.

Hit the windows key and r at the same time then type cmd in the run box at the command prompt that pop's up the type chkdsk /r then hit enter.

Then you will see.....
Chkdsk cannot run because the volume is in use by another process. Would you like to schedule this volume to be checked the next time the system restarts? (Y/N)
Type Y, and then press ENTER to schedule the disk check, and then restart your computer to start the disk check.

Allow the check disk to run it can take some time to complete.
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Done the error check. Today had another bsod.

What would you do if it was your system, rockmilk? Total reinstall, a new hard disk?
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I would re install . :)
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