Until @Boozad returns I'll try to help you as far as possible.
Please use the tool again and upload the zip file, in case you have had another BSOD and something of your system has changed.
Thank you Axe0!
The cause is again Intel Rapid Storage Technology, you had disabled IRST from startup, but that is not enough.
Please install IRST again from your manufacturer and disable it from startup.
After installing IRST again and disabling it from startup please do the following:
- Search services.msc and open it
- Search IRST in the services
- Right click IRST and click properties
- Change the startup type to manual and click ok
Code:2: kd> lmvm iastorastart end module name fffff800`10b00000 fffff800`10dca000 iaStorA T (no symbols) Loaded symbol image file: iaStorA.sys Image path: \SystemRoot\System32\drivers\iaStorA.sys Image name: iaStorA.sys Timestamp: Mon Jul 09 22:42:33 2012 (4FFB4239) CheckSum: 000AB20A ImageSize: 002CA000 Translations: 0000.04b0 0000.04e4 0409.04b0 0409.04e4
Ok Axe0: Done as you suggested.
No waiting for results in the next days.
If you get any new bluescreen, please use to the tool again and upload the zip file
Well; I'am sorry to report that it did not last very long, until a new BSOD :-(
And with Intel "Manual" as suggested:
Before this, I cleaned up older log files, so it should be rather easy to spot down this time.
I see you have installed Driver Genius.
If you have installed any drivers from a driver update program, remove them and remove this program.
Software that updates drivers for you are known to cause problems regarding drivers as they install the wrong or corrupted drivers.
That is why it is not recommended to use them.
For laptops specific, only install the drivers provided by your manufacturer.
ok, but problema is there are no win10 updates provided by Acer for my latop.
And last time I used Driver Genious was before upgrading ton Win 10, so I don't know where to start. Also, If I restore by Driver Genious, I will probably mess up Win10 install, no?
The drivers should be compatible with w10 so far I know.
ok. I am travelling now. When back home, I will do a full backup image and then try Rolling back Driver Genius.
But: Does the logfiles from today blame any special ítems?