I have a BSOD on windows 7 with SSD during boot after improper shutdown (while windows animation logo is moving). The computer restart imediatly after BSOD, and windows proposes to launch startup repair (if i do it, it takes +-5min and fixes the problem : computer starts normally). However, after any new improper shutdown, i got the same problem.
- If i unplug, re-plug the SSD whyle system is shutdown, i have the same problem.
- If i reproduce the situation with old HDD, i havn't the problem
- Previously, i had a different problem: BSOD when waking up after sleep, which was fixed by installing drivers (ethernet, usb, graphic card)
- I have made ram chech and ssd check and found no problems
- Starting with safe mode after improper shutdown causes a BSOD at loading of classpnp.sys
- System: HP compaq 8510p
- SSD: OCZ vertex-2 2.5
- Boot options: SATA native mode -> Enable, HDD transalation mode -> LBA-assisted
Edit: The BSOD says: A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage…
… run CHKDSK /F (i did, found no error)…
Technical information: *** STOP : 0x0000007B (0XFFFFF880009A9928; 0xFFFFFFFFC0000034, 0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000)
After the repair, i have: "Root cause found:
unspecified changes to sysem config might have cause the problem"
With windbg, by oppening both minidump and MEMORY.DMP, i have the folowing: "Probably caused by wininit.exe, Followup: MachineOwner"