BSOD when copying files from external HDD to external HDD  

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       #21

    MrPepka said:
    If you can, upload this dmp via Google Drive
    Ok I can try that. just to check, might there be anything personal in the dmp file? If it's a dump of the memory at the time of the crash or is it limited to certain events?
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  2. Posts : 1,539
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       #22

    A full memory dump, as the name suggests, contains all the memory dumped at the time of the crash. If there were any passwords in memory, you can get them theoretically, but I don't know how to do it because for me it is unethical and immoral to rob someone from passwords and log in using them to websites, e-mail boxes, bank accounts etc. Besides, I think there are simpler ways to do it (I haven't even heard that someone can get to such data through a memory dump) so you can be calm
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       #23

    MrPepka said:
    A full memory dump, as the name suggests, contains all the memory dumped at the time of the crash. If there were any passwords in memory, you can get them theoretically, but I don't know how to do it because for me it is unethical and immoral to rob someone from passwords and log in using them to websites, e-mail boxes, bank accounts etc. Besides, I think there are simpler ways to do it (I haven't even heard that someone can get to such data through a memory dump) so you can be calm
    I have these while I try and upload the big one, it mentions DMA in these. The timestamps for these are for the two crashes while I was copying stuff

    010720-7468-01.dmp - Google Drive

    010720-7468-01.dmp - Google Drive
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       #24

    I meant the MEMORY.DMP file located in C: \ Windows. The minidumps lack a lot of information that can help solve the problem, and this information is in a full memory dump
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       #25

    For some reason the mobile site keeps deleting my posts. Uploaded those two whole waiting for big one to upload.

    Both those minidumps point to hal.dll and ntsokrnl.exe.

    I'm also slightly undervolting as this spectre gets incredibly hot when I'm doing nothing that intensive. Haven't had any issues for the most part since doing that. Only when doing this drive copying
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       #26

    When available please update the thread with results from post #5.

    Some tests can be run quickly and others can run overnight.
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  7. Posts : 1,539
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       #27

    How do you try to upload this full memory dump? The attachment is too big, so I suggest sending it via a cloud like Google Drive or Dropbox
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       #28

    MrPepka said:
    How do you try to upload this full memory dump? The attachment is too big, so I suggest sending it via a cloud like Google Drive or Dropbox


    Yeah, trying that but its massive.

    Are you going to run it through windbg because I can do that and post the results? I reckon that will be quicker at this rate
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  9. Posts : 1,539
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       #29

    Yes, I wanted to run it via windbg and use unusual commands, but if there is a problem with uploading then please let go and return to my post with Driver Verifier (BSOD when copying files from external HDD to external HDD) and follow those recommendations
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  10. Posts : 132
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       #30

    MrPepka said:
    Yes, I wanted to run it via windbg and use unusual commands, but if there is a problem with uploading then please let go and return to my post with Driver Verifier (BSOD when copying files from external HDD to external HDD) and follow those recommendations
    Ok, what is the result we would hope for from the verifier? I did attempt to run it before and that's when I couldn't boot back into windows until I turned it off but wasn't sure how we got any results from it.

    Happy to run any commands on that file for you. (attached the basic output in the previous post). As much as this type of troubleshooting is new to me I'm not uncomfortable running these types of tools

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    zbook said:
    When available please update the thread with results from post #5.

    Some tests can be run quickly and others can run overnight.
    Yep, will run those HD tests as soon as I've done myself a new backup image (Y)
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