Usbohci.sys BSOD lotsa fun

By FireHazard
Jan 21, 2009
  1. FireHazard

    FireHazard TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 19

    Got to 98.7% done with Avira, before it crashed with a 0x000000D1 (Driver_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL)

    Then after the reboot, about 1 minute in i got a 0x00000050 (PAGE_FAULT_IN_NON_PAGED_AREA)
    nv4_disp.dll....i think.

    I'm running memtest i'll post the minidumps after that.
    Memtest, with both sticks @ DDR800, loaded BIOS setup defaults, and disabled USB LEgacy support.....
  2. mflynn

    mflynn TS Rookie Posts: 2,655


    Up to that point had Avira found anything?

  3. FireHazard

    FireHazard TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 19

    I think there was 1 "warning", is there a way to check the log file or something?
    Found this in the log:
    The file 'F:\System Volume Information\_restore{1D086EF5-E040-4BD8-962B-547750F1163C}\RP80\A0011113.exe'
    contained a virus or unwanted program 'BDS/Pcclient.586' [backdoor]
    Action(s) taken:
    The file was moved to '49d84174.qua'!

    I'm scanning again, and then i'm going to try older video drivers 178.24.

    Finishes scan again.
    Begin scan in 'C:\' <Main>
    [WARNING] The file could not be opened!
    C:\Documents and Settings\AgentC\Desktop\
    [WARNING] An exception has been identified!
    [WARNING] In the module 'aecore.dll' an exception occured.
    Calling the function AVEPROC_TestFile in file: \\?\C:\Documents and Settings\AgentC\Desktop\
    Error description:ACCESS_VIOLATION
    EAX = FFFFFFFF EBX = 00000000
    ECX = 00000000 EDX = 0133A27C
    ESI = 01182B18 EDI = 00f563c0
    ESP = 0189EDA8 Flg = 00010246
    CS = 00000023 SS = 0000001B
    C:\Documents and Settings\AgentC\Desktop\KM\Chipset\1812_XP32\Display\nvdspCHS.chm
    [WARNING] An exception has been identified!
    [WARNING] In the module 'aecore.dll' an exception occured.
    Calling the function AVEPROC_TestFile in file: \\?\C:\Documents and Settings\AgentC\Desktop\KM\Chipset\1812_XP32\Display\nvdspCHS.chm
    Error description:ACCESS_VIOLATION
    EAX = 00000000 EBX = 00000000
    ECX = 02475F50 EDX = 00F563C0
    ESI = 00F69F00 EDI = 00f563c0
    EIP = 00000000 EBP = 022C5DC8
    ESP = 0189E2B4 Flg = 00010206
    CS = 00000023 SS = 0000001B
    Begin scan in 'D:\' <Storage>
  4. mflynn

    mflynn TS Rookie Posts: 2,655

  5. FireHazard

    FireHazard TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 19

    Done, both run in Safe Mode, nothing at all found. Complete scans for both....i'll do some more testing on sunday. I have to get back to real life for a while.....
  6. mflynn

    mflynn TS Rookie Posts: 2,655

    Try running in VGA Mode if more crashes!

    Good job!

  7. FireHazard

    FireHazard TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 19

    Hey folks,
    Did some tweaking in the BIOS. Not too sure if i've had too much luck though. It seems a bit more stable, and it passed 2 Sisoft Burn In tests.
    When i went to shutdown windows, it just sat there. Then after pressing reset, it wouldnt POST. No video, just the fans came on and the DVD drive was flashing once a second. The only way i could get the video back, was to turn the power supply switch off for a sec.

    Also, it keeps crashing in the game that came with the motherboard (Call of Duty World at War). With the newest video drivers it would crash with an nv4_disp.dll blue screen. After uninstalling the drivers, booting into Safe mode, using driver sweeper, and installing older 178.24 driver. It just boots me out to the desktop. With one of these:
    Event Type: Error
    Event Source:
    Event Category: None
    Event ID: 0
    Date: 3/2/2009
    Time: 9:01:56 PM
    User: N/A
    Computer: AMD64
    The description for Event ID ( 0 ) in Source ( ) cannot be found. The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. You may be able to use the /AUXSOURCE= flag to retrieve this description; see Help and Support for details. The following information is part of the event: 7.

    The memor y passes memtest no problems.
    Here are a few minidumps, before the mild tweaking.
    The CPUZ screenshots are with the underclocking settings.

    Anyone want to buy a computer? Needs
  8. Route44

    Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 11,961   +69

    I read your latest minidumos. here are the ones that I believe are the most pertinent:

    0xA - memory corruption

    0x50 hardware and 0x7E hardware but what was interesting about these two is right next to hardware in parenthesis was nv4_disp.dll which is an Nvidia display driver.

    Also in both: FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: IP_MISALIGNED_nv4_disp.dll; perhaps mflynn might be able to lend greater insight.
  9. FireHazard

    FireHazard TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 19

    Can those 0x0A errors be caused by bad video memory?

    I found basically is a whole bunch of people with similar problems.

    I've tried all sorts of drivers for my nvidia card, it looks like i should have stayed away from nvidia.....
    I'm going to try and do some benchmarking in VGA mode....
  10. Route44

    Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 11,961   +69

    0x50 errors sure can be bad video memory and you've had a few of those errors.


    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).
  11. FireHazard

    FireHazard TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 19

    Hello again folks.
    I got an RMA number for my video card. I'm currently using the onboard video. It blue screens the same thing. 0x05, 0x8E, seems to be the Win32k.sys and ntoskrnl.exe.....
    So, i guess its not the video card if its doing it with the onboard video too.
    I gave the computer to my brother for a while....i needed to take a break from it. The next thing to try is an IDE HD and yet another install of XP.
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