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Kernal_Data in page Error 0X7a Ntfs.sys

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Hey all,

i have a Lenovo Laptop X201 with Lenovo SSD sata driver

after installing windows 7 64 Bit on the ssd hardisk (the only hardisk) and two days later he was getting BSOD with the msg Kernal_Data in page Error 00X7a  file Ntfs.sys
and then when i reseted the laptop i got 2100 Hdd0 hardisk drive initialization error (1) with the msg Kernal_Data in page Error 00X7a  file Ntfs.sys

first it was once a week.. now its 4 -5 times a day

any idea what worng?
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by:ded9
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Can you upload the (minidump) .dmp file located in windows.

Also would request you to run hard drive diagnostic tool to check hard drive state might be a bad hard drive.


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here you go :)

already run the Hardisk diagnostic tool and it showed no errors :)

i cant find any *.dmp files on c: :(
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btw  i also looked at advance startup and recovery and gone into %system%root\

but there wasnt Memory or minidump
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by:Tufin
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here is BSOD picture hope it helps
 BSOD
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if you boot from windows 7 dvd and enter command prompt-your C drive becomes D drive. So you need to check in D drive windows folder.


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hmm the windows itself works... windows loads up fine
but in the middle of work maybe when i load the VMS and work env the computer shows BSOD
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I dont know what vms is but if you get a blue screen while loading that then thats the problem. Also if you can boot then upload the .dmp files from windows folder. (minudump)


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its configured but there no dump :(

 it configured
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None of those were right

the solution for the problem was to update SSD firmware

http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/document.do?lndocid=MIGR-69806
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Hotfix would just move suspicion away from Windows and expose Hardware/Firmware/3rd party driver.
Glad you dug up the solution.
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they didnt give me any anwser so i had to find it by myself!!! :(
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