I am undergoing my second most irritating problem with my desktop computer for the two years I've owned it. I've gone through so many processes, fixes, reinstalls, hardware checks and can't find diddly squat to solve my problem. So now I turn to here in hope that someone may be able to help me with this issue.
Please bare in mind before I continue I can confirm it's not my graphics card nor RAM as I have had both RMA'd due to faults. I am currently using my spare ram whilst the others are being sent away.
Have tested my current ram with MEMTEST86+ 100% no faults where found.
No overlock is present other than the predefined XMP profiles. I have switched these off and have still received the same BSOD.
The problem I encounter is a random BSOD when transferring data over a local network using a wireless adapter. The wireless adapter is PCI-E and has been placed in the suited socket.
All equipment has been cleaned and reseated. (Exc CPU)
SFC command has been ran
Attempted a number of hotfix's that cover this exact problem but are not "suitable" for my machine.
WhoCrashed suggested that the driver at fault could be the Nvidia drivers so I uninstalled and purged them using Driver Fusion Premium. Fault still occurs.
WhoCrashed reefers to the following modules:
- ntkrnlmp.exe (nt!KeBugCheckEx+0x0)
The most common BCCODE is 7F but on the occasion 1E and C4 are listed (1E and C4 have occurred twice)
This same fault happened even with my faulty RAM.
I have also re-tested my RMA'd graphics card and found no faults or artifacts for the period I had tested it for. Games run fine though APB Reloaded (known to be buggy) likes to cause an E1 BSOD.
Replicating The Problem:
Now that the faulty ram has been exchanged for a temporary working pair, the problem is less likely to occur.
If I start a file transfer between the computer and my Apple Time Capsule with sizes of 1GB and over (unconfirmed) there will be a brief system hang and then a BSOD with BCCODE 7F will occur.
This is usually occurs when downloading information OFF the NAS drive rather than uploading to it.
Event Viewer Logs prior to Crash:
Crash time: 6:04:28PM
1. The driver \Driver\WUDFRd failed to load for the device WpdBusEnumRoot\UMB\2&37c186b&0&STORAGE#VOLUME#_??_USBSTOR#DISK&VEN_USB_2.0&PROD_FLASH_DISK&REV_2.00#7&303327B8&0#.
2. ACPI thermal zone ACPI\ThermalZone\TZ01 has been enumerated.
3. Fault bucket , type 0
Motherboard: P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3
PSU: CoolerMaster 750W Bronze
Wireless Adapter: TP-LINK TL-WDN4800 V.1.1 (I suspect it could be something to do with this?)
GPU: EVGA Nvidia GeForce 680 SC1 (RMA)
Memory (RAM): Can't remember, will update this soon. 8GB 1866Mhz
CPU: Intel i7-2700K
Operating System: Windows 7 Professional 64-Bit
Hard Drives: 2
Solid State: 1
Windows is installed on drive letter "A"
5 USB devices always connected:
PS3 Controller (Unplugged from remote when not in use)
I have given you all the information I can possibly think of giving you for the time being. I hope this helps with the initial diagnostics. Look forward to your replies and help!
The latest Minidump has been supplied. Last crash at 6:04PM 15/5/2013