Kmode exception not handled. fvevol.sys

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    Yes, that was what I meant.
    I'll post any news.
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    Sorry to say that I have had 3 more bsod after my last optimistic post.

    And as the MemTest; 10 passes and 0 errors.

    Change to Legacy, and back to UEFI was no problem at all.

    Thank you for your continued efforts!!
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  3. Posts : 12,726
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    Your errors are still the Bitlocker Encryption Driver. Try disabling Bitlocker for a while and see if that makes it run any better. You also only had 1 dump file.

    What version of ESET are you running? You need The earlier versions don't run on Windows 10 very well. Also, an AV can have issues with an encryption program, I believe.
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    I have already tried that. (bitlocker) Even uncrypted both partitions and next days newly created.

    ESET is up to date as 8.0.319.1, but it is Eset Smart Security, not the basic Eset NOD AV
    I have never has any problem with Bitlocker, (at least a year) until going W8.1 to W10.
    What surprises me too, is that de bitlocker driver I found is still on versión 1.0.0?? (iaStorA.sys)
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  5. Posts : 12,726
    Windows 11 Pro

    IaStor is Intel's Rapid Storage Technology, basically Intel's Raid Driver, but it also contains their AHCI driver. The driver that always shows for you is

    Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.
    BugCheck 1E, {ffffffffc0000005, fffff8006949ca83, 1, 14}
    Probably caused by : fvevol.sys ( fvevol!AcquireRequestResources+213 )
    Followup:     MachineOwner
    fvevol is the bitlocker Encryption Driver. There have been reports of bitlocker causing problems when the OS was upgraded from one OS to another. There were a lot of problems when Windows 8 came out and people upgraded 7 to 8. I'm not saying that is your problem, just worth a look.

    I have ESET Smart Security too. When Windows 10 came out there were a lot of problems with their programs. Really with everyone's AV programs. Their Windows 10 version is version 9. They have excellent tech support. I would suggest calling/emailing them and ask. I noticed several errors from ESET in your Windows error reports. egui.exe was listed in 11 of the last 12 errors. egui.exe is ESET Smart Security.
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    Windows 11 Pro

    Ron, I just checked and they say that your version is supposed to work with Windows 10.

    But, the errors are still there for some reason.
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  7. Posts : 14,894
    Windows 10 Pro

    Ron99, when you upgraded to Windows 10, have you removed ESET before the upgrade?
    Not removing 3rd party AV's before upgrading causes problems which can be solved by removing the AV and reinstalling the AV.
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  8. Posts : 48
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    I have done as you suggested, and uninstalled AV.
    When reinstalling, -- Surprise-- there WAS a versión 9 available!! However my formerly installed versión 8 stated is as totally up to date grrr.

    Anyway: One more ítem changed. Waiting for next event.

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  9. Posts : 12,726
    Windows 11 Pro

    Good. Maybe that will at least help some. 9 also has a few added features you may like which I don't believe were in 8.
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  10. Posts : 48
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    Well; in the past 2 weeks I only have had one episode of the problem. So, it is not gone, but let's say that it is usable, and not enough trouble to encourage me to do a reinstall.
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