So today i got a BSOD on my 1 year old ASrock e350m1 board.
Here is dump:
I did a couple of things today on my pc. Was looking into replacing the windows 7 BOOT logo with a funny old win 3.11 one instead. This got me searching the web reading about it for some time. I noticed some people was using "ressource hacker" for this excact file "ntoskrnl.exe" (before 2010/11 there was no other way to do this. than hacking this file)
There was however since released a small nifty app that actually could do this without my input ( have no clue what method it uses ). This app is called Win7BootUpdater.exe
So ofc when i got this bluescreen today i suspected it to be this boot logo thingy.
But then i saw a post about S4 mode here:
and i remembered this was something i tried enabling in bios today as well.
So there is a bit of mystery going on now. I will monitor and change these settings and get back here IF i get this bsod again!
Oh btw forgot to mention this happened during windows shutdown. My usb wifi stick sometimes freezes, and this makes my computer not being able to shutdown, or at least using around 10 min on it! So this is what happened it just said: "shutting down windows" for around 10-15 min and then boom BSOD. This is motherboard specific as it does the excact same thing on my WIRED onboard lan
Mod edit: Post split to its own topic.
Edited by Platypus, 13 May 2014 - 09:20 AM.