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Error Event ID 1003

By Nadoedalo
Jan 5, 2009
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  1. My configuration :
    512 MB ram(in 2 slots)
    2.8 Intel 4 proc
    Radeon 9600 videocard
    Barracuda 80 GB SATA (no raid. Just one HDD)
    400 W output PSU .
    D865PERL motherboard.
    LAN connection with internet(from router to server)
    Newest drivers for all devices.
    Windows XP SP 2(installed yesterday)
    Kaspersky antivir.
    5 years old compter. No changes from 2003 in devices.

    My trouble is :
    For the start :
    ^^ dont know how to solve with this problem. Microsoft info said "Do nothing". After this error computer reboots and it is repeating after 30m-1h doing something in windows.
    Founded this error, and they said to change page files size and to install all new drivers. I did it and started to have anouther trouble :
    My computer just freezes. I don't know what summons this, but the picture on the skreen just stop to refresh... numlock doesen't work and musik too stops. And no message of the error in Event Viewer .
    My computer isn't overheating, that trouble i've solved(cleaned computer from dust and put some oil into bad-working cullers(err... maybe fans ...). Now my temperature is 37 on motherboard, 48 on proc(... Intel 4 processor), 38 on videocard(putted one more fan(culler)), and 45 on HDD.
    Help me to solve this trouble plz. I need some fresh ideas...
    I have 2 variants - the motherboard incorrectly works(RAID controller. This motherboard trouble) or my HDD is really crushing(MANY of damaged files vere moved in CHDSK utility)
    PS Sorry for my bad english...
  2. CCT

    CCT TS Evangelist Posts: 3,556

    Start, Control Panel, Administrative Tools, Event Viewer, System and right click any RED Error message(s) and find the 1003 item and report the other data there.
  3. Nadoedalo

    Nadoedalo TS Rookie Topic Starter

    OK. And it is often suddenly reboot's and then "Error loading operation system". turning power off>on(not just simple reboot) helps.
    But it is NO any RED error messages from this random reboot(befor reboot i've played WarCraft 3 - don't think that it can really overheat my PC).
    The last reboot was 1 or 2 minutes ago.
    The last error message was 3 hours ago.
    Do you need that code, that in window below the description?
    ^^ ID 1003
    ^^ ID 1003
    ^^ runned CHKDSK. A lot of files were moved, and it's crushed in 5 stage(were was checked free space).
    ^^ ID 1003
    ^^ ID 1003
    PS this is all of my errors...
  4. CCT

    CCT TS Evangelist Posts: 3,556

    So you ran chkdsk /r ??

    Is that a hyperthreading P4?

    If so, in Device Manager under Computer does it show as an ACPI Multiprocessor cpu?

    If not, what is the description there?
  5. Nadoedalo

    Nadoedalo TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I've runned Properties(Disc C) > Tools > Error-cheking and selected all points.
    Yes, in device manager it is ACPI Multiprocessor CPU.
  6. CCT

    CCT TS Evangelist Posts: 3,556

    Then I think you are going to have to attach the last 2-3 mini-dumps for the experts to look at.

    If you are set up for them, they'll be (usually) in C:/windows/minidump.

    If that doesn't exist, read here;

    http://forums.majorgeeks.com/showthread.php?t=35246
  7. Bobbye

    Bobbye Helper on the Fringe Posts: 16,392   +36

    Either or both of these could be causing or contributing to the problems: did the problem start after you did either? Which? Installing SP2 requires preparation of the system BEFORE the installation.
    FYI Error Events are best copied, then pasted as follows:
    Start> Run> type in eventvwr

    Each Event has an ID#, a Source and a Description. By combining this information, troubleshooting can begin and hopefully a resolution can be found. The format will look like this:
    Event Type: Error
    Event Source: System Error?
    Event Category:
    Event ID: 1003
    Date: 12/17/2008
    Time: 6:05:17 PM
    User: You
    Computer: Yours
    Description:
    (Faulting application( drwtsn32.exe, version 5.1.2600.0, (faulting module) dbghelp.dll, version 5.1.2600.2180, fault address 0x0001295d. or Error code
    (code in the box below this-if any-can be omitted)

    NOTE: Source doesn't mean you found the Error in the System log or the Application log. There will be a "Source" give in in either log.

    For Your Errors:
    Error code 00000077,
    You receive an error message on a Windows XP-based computer: "Stop 0x00000077" or "KERNEL_STACK_INPAGE_ERROR"
    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q315266

    Error code 10000050- requested data is not found in memory. Possible causes:
    1. Faulty hardwdare -
    2. Problems with the memory modules.
    3. Hardware is not compatible with the operating system
    4. Corrupted files or corrupted NTFS volumes may also end up generating this error
    5. Installing a new service pack or hotfix may add new drivers for the existing hardware and if there is a problem with these drivers, this error may occur
    6. Antivirus software is also known to cause this error.
    7. Can occur ofter a denial of service attack (this however, was due to a bug in the SMB logon request algorithm).

    Error code 000000f4:
    See http://www.windowskb.com/Uwe/Misc/SR.aspx?p=Error code 000000f4
  8. Bobbye

    Bobbye Helper on the Fringe Posts: 16,392   +36

    I don't do minidumps, so I'll leave that to CCT.
  9. Nadoedalo

    Nadoedalo TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Problem started when i bought my PC. The firs problem were when "the file is corrupted" when i was using RAID(two Barracuda 80 GB HDD. Now disabled putted off power and data cabel in second HDD(there i store some files, like archive)). On other PC this HDD work well without any bugs and corrupted files. And without RAID it works without "corrupted files" but often needs to run CHKDSK.
    Founded some more errors. New =)
    For the error "Stop 0x00000077"
    CHKDSK - runned. Stopped at 5-th stage(Cheking free space).
    Antivir - runned. founded 3 viruses(Trojan at disk volume info), but crushing on 60-70%, and i don't know why. Some of erros 1003 - because of antivir.
    For Error code 10000050 :
    1. Can be. But i have the newest drivers... But motherboard still can do not work correctly.
    2. All tests on memory were fine and there was no troublels with memory(Everest 4.5)
    3. I've had Windows 2000 sometime. The same but a little bit rarely on that time.
    4. Can be and i knew that my HDD works fine. It's about SATA RAID Controller . I've need to find IDE HDD and test it. But it is hard to do.
    5. Installed all updates from microsoft update. Bug's were and without this updates.
    6. Kaspersky Antivir? No, really, cannot be. I've tryed to have the system without antivir - and the same were happened. But the system were crushed both from unknown errors and viruses.
    7. Don't know ...
    About WinXP SP2 > installing procces :
    1. updates at microsoftupdate(don't want to download SP3. It is laggy and i can't download it...)
    2. Installing, sound and video drivers(motherboard and bios is already at the newest drivers), DirectX(9.0c March 2008)
    3. Installing caspersky antivir
    4. Some needed files(MS Office, Adobe Reader and so on)

    PS do you need other copy-pasted errors with ID 1003?
    PSS tested my videocard for overheating with ATItools 0.26 . 40 min of test = really hot videocard, but without any artifacts(grafical bugs) and without redusing in FPS. Founded that i haven't got temperature "seeker"(bad english =( ) on videocard, and i can't see temperature. So i've just touched fan(not-the working part. Iron part of fan) at videocard and it is about 60-70 C at the end of test.
    Founded simillar problems without any solution...
  10. CCT

    CCT TS Evangelist Posts: 3,556

    I am NOT a dump fellow but the first two of those mention file csrss.exe and klif.sys (the latter is a kasperky file).

    The remaining three all point to bad memory.

    So, start cycling your ram sticks and test operate or, if you can stay running long enough, make a Memtest floppy and run it.

    edit: The last three mention EITHER a paging file or disk controller issue for the memory corruption cited.
  11. Nadoedalo

    Nadoedalo TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Maybe the kaspersky crash files are from scanning -> I've cheked my PC for viruses and it's crashed at the moment of scaning. So just not-to use kaspersky scanning -> i've have other types of defence, and viruses won't work without my agree.
    PS tommorow will run memory test's and see what will happen. If the system will crash during the test -> will see what to do next.
     
  12. Bobbye

    Bobbye Helper on the Fringe Posts: 16,392   +36

    Got to wonder how old the system is. But I see you mention Windows 2000 so it's not new, right?

    When did you first get the computer? Was it new? Did you ever contact the manufacturer about this? You mention getting new drivers. Somewhere in your information I get the idea that you did a major upgrade on the system- its that correct?
  13. Nadoedalo

    Nadoedalo TS Rookie Topic Starter

    read the 1st post...
    No, the computer were new. I've contacted to my support center(the place were i bought the computer, reason - about "Error loading OS", and they said that it is overheating because of dust. But it isn't chang anything. For about half of year it is worked well(with rarely error loading OS, that can be easy solved by turning power off>on). I've tryed to call some specialist, but thay can't do anything. It were working for a mounth or two and than again the system fully crashed.
    Now I can solve the re-install Windows problem by myself.
    I've installed Windiws 2000 because I've hope that it will work well(it was after Windows XP or SP1).
    And now i've just want to know what is wrong in my computer.
    I think that a problem is in RAID controller OR with my HDD (one of specialists said that he readed about my motherboard and the RAID controller doesent work correctly and all troubles are in there). But it is silly to upgrade this PC, i will just buy new one.
  14. CCT

    CCT TS Evangelist Posts: 3,556

    Sometimes, when people say 'I reinstalled the operating system', many of us trying to help assume that the person doing so knows what they are doing.

    So, we don't ask questions like;

    --do you know enough about your motherboard Bios to determine how to configure Sata drives as IDE or to be able to load Sata drivers if you are going to run AHCI or Raid?

    -did you install the chipset drivers right after the install and before any other drivers?

    Stuff like that.
  15. Bobbye

    Bobbye Helper on the Fringe Posts: 16,392   +36

    I am at a loss to sort through this. You've had the computer for 5 years and you say you're had the problem since you got it. To me, that sounds like a defective system. But you did have Windows XP and you did reinstall with Win2K and you did say you got all the new drivers.

    I think that may be right, but it has been compounded by 5 years of use and a change of OS. I don't know if there is enough salvageable to save the system.
  16. Route44

    Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 12,141   +31

    0x77 errors indicate disk hardware failure, disk data corruption, or possible virus infection. There was a lot of information in these posts so I didn't read through all but did you do a full harddrive diagnostics?

    Also, your 0x77 dumps all cite memory corruption.

    Another dump is error 0x50: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA
    Requested data was not in memory. An invalid system memory address was referenced. Defective memory (including main memory, L2 RAM cache, video RAM) or incompatible software (including remote control and antivirus software) might cause this Stop message, as may other hardware problems (e.g., incorrect SCSI termination or a flawed PCI card).

    Your remaining dump is error 0xF4: CRITICAL_OBJECT_TERMINATION

    One of the many processes or threads crucial to system operation has unexpectedly exited or been terminated. As a result, the system can no longer function. Specific causes are many, and often best resolved by a careful history of the problem and the circumstances of the error message. One user, who experienced this on return from Standby mode on Win XP SP2, found the cause was that Windows was installed on a slave drive.

    Looking at this information and the repeated memory corruption and harddrive issues this may be where your problem(s) lie.
  17. Nadoedalo

    Nadoedalo TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Yes, i've installed RAID 0 driver to my machine with 2 HDD(after the 4th or 5th fully system crash). Floppy disk with raid0 driver is over my back in "toolbox".
    If i really need to do this - i will do this. Just give me a manual, better - in Russian, or a pointer where to find a good manual(intel.com. need to stop, or i will really read the manual and will knew how to do that :D ).
    INF_allOS_9.0.0.1011_PV.exe << Specially found new driver for motherboard(freshly installed). In archive HDD i've had anouther one(but also INF_allOS). In detailed download version of this driver is simmilar to my archived. Will test it.
    PS really i'm not a specialist in installing Windows, but on my computer i've know enough to install it right.

    I will change my PC for a new-one in a couple of weeks... But i just want to know for 99% sure what is really wrong with my PC(and if it fixable - fix it and use for progs like torrents and other, that can be runned in passive mode). This information can be helpful, and i will have some expirience in troubleshooting my PC.
  18. CCT

    CCT TS Evangelist Posts: 3,556

    Your manual, I believe;

    http://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d865perl/rl_English.pdf

    Page 77:

    Under Advanced, ATA/IDE Configuration Submenu, if you aren't running a Raid array - AHCI doesn't appear to be supported -,you would want;

    ATA/IDE Configuration - Legacy (it appears you can use this to be able to pick and choose how many controllers to use, thus freeing resources)

    Legacy IDE Channels - SATA P0/P1, PATA Sec (this assumes you are using a Sata as boot disk and run an IDE cd/dvd and no IDE HD)

    PCI IDE Bus Master - Enabled (again, assuming you use an IDE CD/DVD on the Secondary controller)

    Hard Disk Pre-Delay - Default

    SoftRAID Support - Disabled (if not using a Raid array)

    IF you were going to use Raid, you would need a further download and a Bios that matched the requirements per;

    http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d865perl/sb/CS-008370.htm
  19. Nadoedalo

    Nadoedalo TS Rookie Topic Starter

    tested my RAM with Memtest 2.8. About 1h testing time = 0 errors. The RAM is fine.
    Video card is also OK, I've tested it for overheat, and the best way to overheat it is to give it some work... 0 errors.
    PS I think that reboot were caused be paging file(and corrupted HDD or my SATA\RAID controller). Because when i tabbing from War3 to explorer it lags, and if i will do it to often - it will reboot. How can i test paging file to be certain about troubles with it? And if I will turn off paging file how i can optomize my RAM to get best results?
  20. Route44

    Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 12,141   +31

    As for Memtest it needs to run a minimum of 7 passes, some say 10. Sometimes one will not receive errors until the 5th pass or so. I speak from personal experience.
  21. CCT

    CCT TS Evangelist Posts: 3,556

    You can try setting a small fixed page file if it is presently either large or managed by Windows.

    start, right click My Computer, click Properties, Advanced,Performance (Settings), Advanced and Change -set the max and min page file to 512 or even 256.

    Reboot.
  22. Nadoedalo

    Nadoedalo TS Rookie Topic Starter

    2 Route44 Tommorow will find CD-R(W) and will boot from there Memtest and test my RAM in boot.
    2 CCT Putted 512 to max and 256 to min. Will test it.
    PS My paging file were on managed by Windows(before it was 1024 - 2048). And it stoped to crash often. Now it crashes if i will tab often between explorer and War3.
    PSS I've skipping by now CHKDSK utility because on 2nd stage it crashes my PC and it is going to reboot with Error loading OS. I think that if it will move that index my system will be fully crashed again. I've seen this befor on my PC when CHKDISK killed my Windows because of some moved files.
  23. CCT

    CCT TS Evangelist Posts: 3,556

    Are you running 2 drives?
  24. Nadoedalo

    Nadoedalo TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Are you about HDD? If so - no, now only one. But can connect second(simmilar - Barracuda SATA 80 GB).
    PS changing paging file size stopped lags(low performance) on switching between War3 and explorer. We are on the right way =)
    PSS will try to test again my HDD by kaspersky. If he won't reboot PC - the problem may be solved.
  25. CCT

    CCT TS Evangelist Posts: 3,556

    You can connect the second drive, put a page file on it of fixed size 2048 min AND max, then remove the pagefile from C: drive completely.

    It may well be that your C: drive is trying to write page file data to a bad blocks(s) on the C: drive.
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