BSOD and STOP: 0x000000BE

By Mikheil
Sep 5, 2009
  1. i wasn't doing anything on my PC, i was asleep and left it run overnight

    BSOD sad STOP: 0x000000BE (0xDD4b000000, 0X73BF0121, 0xB8503618, 0x0000000B)

    AT the bottom it sad
    Ntfs.sys - Address B7CA3BC6 base at B7C82000, Datestamp 48025be5

    I didn't add any new hardware for long time also i didn't install any new software lately.

    Attaching minidump. If someone could help i'd be very grateful.

    The Save Dump in Event Viewer says this

    Product: Windows Operating System
    ID: 1001
    Source: Save Dump
    Version: 5.2
    Message: The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: %1. A dump was saved in: %2.

    The computer has restarted from a bugcheck. The event log contains details about the cause of the bugcheck.

    My specs are as follows

    eMachines T3418
    AMD Athlon 3700+ 2.4 GHz Clawhammer
    Mobo: K8MC51G
    RAM: 2 gigs of DDR 333 PC 2700 OCZ (3-4-4-7 timings)
    GPU: Ge Force 7900 GT 256 MB
    PSU: Thermaltake Purepower 500 Watts
    OS: Windows XP home edition SP3
    160 gig Seagate Barracuda 7200 RPM 8 mb cache
  2. Route44

    Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 11,961   +69

    This is issued if a driver attempts to write to a read-only memory segment.

    Unfortunately there was nothing definitive given on which driver is the cause and in other things I have read it can be due to hardware.

    If you google 0xBE there is tons concerning this error. Since it mentions NTFS.sys do the two following things:

    1. Run ChkDsk.

    2. Run a harddrive daignostics. You can get a free utility from your HD manufacturer's website.
  3. Mikheil

    Mikheil TS Rookie Topic Starter

    okay thank alot Route44. yeah i Googled this BSOD error and yes i did run Check disk utility on start up. i checked both options in that e

    error-checking utility. i also ran System file checker, sfc /scannow, just in case. and yes i am gonna visit Seagate to see what disk

    diagnostic utilities they have on offer. on another note, will a complete memory dump give you more info to work with instead of small 64 kb

    dump ?
    ok, i am installing Seagate Seatools for windows. i will report back with results.

    P.S. did not want to bump this thread. i ran all the battery of test with Seagate Seatools and hard drive passed them all with flying colors.
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