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by bababear / January 19, 2006 8:33 AM PST

Hello again.

It seems that in my event log My system is shutting down and restarting because of a "BugCheck".

Event Type: Information
Event Source: Save Dump
Event Category: None
Event ID: 1001
Date: 1/19/2006
Time: 3:00:10 PM
User: N/A
The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x100000d1 (0x0006354e, 0x0000000a, 0x00000000, 0xf706aadb). A dump was saved in: C:\WINDOWS\Minidump\Mini011906-02.dmp.

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Can anyone tell me what this is and if there is a way to disable it?


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Can anyone tell me what this is. . . ?
by Cursorcowboy / January 19, 2006 10:15 PM PST
In reply to: BUGCHECK

I can't since I believe the STOP code is incorrect.

My system is shutting down and restarting because of a "BugCheck".

1. The article [Q307973] suggests that users configure the actions that Windows takes when a severe error (also called a fatal system error, or Stop error) occurs. Also, please read the article, "A Description of the Safe Mode Boot Options in Windows XP (Q315222)," for accessing a system that will not boot normally.

2. The article [Q308427] states that an "event" is any significant occurrence in the system or in a program that requires users to be notified or an entry be added to one of three logs that can help identify and diagnose the source of current system problems, or help predict potential system problems.

3. Access the TechNet "Windows XP Events and Errors" page or the site "EventID.Net", type the Source (for example, Print) and/or the Event code (for example, 20) into the ID field, then either click the Go button or simply press ENTER. -- the two most important items of information concerning an Event. When a reference is rendered, simply following the prompts for additonal information/help. You may also find the site information "How do I view the error messages registered in Event Log?" helpful in understanding how and what to do.

3. Access the "Common STOP" error messages site and in the left window frame, click the particular STOP item you have reported, "0x100000d1", BUT which I think is without the first one (l) that may in fact be a zero (0).

5. If in fact the problem is "Stop 0x000000D1 or DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL" you may need to determine the cause by using the article [Q314084] that describes how to gather more information about the error. Using Pstat.exe, a Resource Kit utility run from the command line, you are given a picture of the processes and drivers that are currently running. By using the starting address in the "LoadAddr" column, you can match the exception address to the driver name nearest and is most likely the driver that called the exception.

6. If the problem concerns a driver you?ve updated, or which has become corrupted, either uninstall the new driver and/or restore the old driver with the "Driver Rollback feature."

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SATA Drivers
by dreadlord99 / January 19, 2006 10:23 PM PST
In reply to: BUGCHECK

Need to update them.

Find out what version you have on your SATA drivers and update them.

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how to update sata drivers
by bababear / February 11, 2006 9:13 AM PST
In reply to: SATA Drivers

? How do I update the sata drivers?

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