That error has a grab bag of causes.
I see some driver and bios updates at the mobo site.
I see some diags at the ssd maker's site.
I see some diags at the hdd maker's site.
I have had very bad luck with my new PC build.
I seem to be getting BSODs reguarding Windows Cache Manager. As I understand, the Cache Manager is related to volatile and non volatile memory. So I did a SMART test on my 120GB Kingston SSD and my 1TB Western Digital Caviar Blue hard drive. They both passes. I ran Memtest for 4 hours on my 1X8GB of HyperX FURY 8GB 1600mhz DDR3 DIMM and that passed all tests. I have also ran sfc/scannow. No issues were found. All the latest drivers are installed. I thought I fixed the problem, then two days ago, it happened again.
Often, when I get to the Windows 7 desktop and open an app, say Google Chrome, or the Start Menu, it will freeze for about a minuet, then respond.
What else should I do? As the fault is intermittent, its very hard to diagnose.
Intel Core i5 4460 @ 3.2GHZ (stock cooler)
Gigabyte Z97-D3H Rev 1.2
1X8GB HyperX FURY Blue 1600mhz DDR3
120GB Kingston v300NOW SSD (OS drive)
1TB WD Caviar Blue HDD (bulk storage drive)
ASUS GT-610 2GB DDR3 video card
Samsung DVD/CD RW Writer
TP Link 300mbps WiFi card
500w EVGA W1 PSU
Corsair Spec 01 Blue
Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit.
Thanks for the help,