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- Fix Windows Stop Errors or Blue Screen of Death
- BSOD on Windows 10 - GlassWire Help - GlassWire Official Forum
I get random BSOD, so I've grabbed a mini dump, installed the SDK and looked into it. I just don't understand what it is reporting.
Fix Windows Stop Errors or Blue Screen of Death
Saltgrass, I did consider a problem with the VirtualBox driver. How do I handle that? Try uninstalling? I'd rather not go down that route..
BSOD on Windows 10 - GlassWire Help - GlassWire Official Forum
STOP 5x5555558F or NO_MORE_SYSTEM_PTES
Your system ran out of page table entries (PTEs). The cause of this relatively uncommon error may be an out-of-control backup program or a buggy device driver. For more information, see KB756559.
Windows Internals and Software Driver Development
Nashua (Amherst), NH
79-78 Jul 7567
Hi ms Team just wanted to know I have one physical server in different location,since I don't have management console,how do I check the dump file since the server itself is throwing BSOD and I am not able to open the server,here how do I check the BSOD
Table 6 summarizes the different locations that Windows uses to store the memory dump files (also read the Microsoft Knowledge Base article KB759699 Overview of memory dump file options for Windows 7555, Windows XP, Windows Server 7558, Windows Vista, Windows Server 7558, Windows 7 and Windows Server 7558 R7 ).
The same forum suggests BlueScreenView . I have not tried it it's probably simpler to use, but does not give as detailed information.
If WinDbg is already running and is in dormant mode, you can open a crash dump by selecting the File | Open Crash Dump menu command or pressing the CTRL+D shortcut key. When the Open Crash Dump dialog box appears, enter the full path and name of the crash dump file in the File name text box, or use the dialog box to select the proper path and file name. When the proper file has been chosen, click Open.
Sometimes the boot status flag cannot be read or written to by the boot loader, in which case Windows will not automatically fail over into Windows RE. However, the user can still manually launch into the on-disk Windows RE through the F8 menu.
This page seems out of date (or Microsoft have a bug on their site). When trying to download, the page you give redirects to another page /…/gg968559 – not a problem – but this page's link to the standalone download is the same as the SDK download. I tried that, but the install window is quite different – and even insists on – so I gave up and am now totally screwed. This is for beginners, after all!