Stop error or blue screen error troubleshooting - Windows Client (2023)

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If you're not a support agent or IT professional, you'll find more helpful information about stop error ("blue screen") messages in Troubleshoot blue screen errors.

Applies to: Windows 10

What causes stop errors?

A stop error is displayed as a blue screen that contains the name of the faulty driver, such as any of the following example drivers:

  • atikmpag.sys
  • igdkmd64.sys
  • nvlddmkm.sys

There's no simple explanation for the cause of stop errors (also known as blue screen errors or bug check errors). Many different factors can be involved. However, various studies indicate that stop errors usually aren't caused by Microsoft Windows components. Instead, these errors are related to malfunctioning hardware drivers or drivers that are installed by third-party software. These drivers include video cards, wireless network cards, security programs, and so on.

Our analysis of the root causes of crashes indicates that:

  • 70% are caused by third-party driver code.
  • 10% are caused by hardware issues.
  • 5% are caused by Microsoft code.
  • 15% have unknown causes, because the memory is too corrupted to analyze.


The root cause of stop errors is never a user-mode process. While a user-mode process (such as Notepad or Slack) may trigger a stop error, it is merely exposing the underlying bug which is always in a driver, hardware, or the OS.

General troubleshooting steps

To troubleshoot stop error messages, follow these general steps:

  1. Review the stop error code that you find in the event logs. Search online for the specific stop error codes to see whether there are any known issues, resolutions, or workarounds for the problem.

  2. Make sure that you install the latest Windows updates, cumulative updates, and rollup updates. To verify the update status, refer to the appropriate update history for your system. For example:

    • Windows 10, version 21H2
    • Windows 10, version 21H1
    • Windows 10, version 20H2
  3. Make sure that the BIOS and firmware are up-to-date.

  4. Run any relevant hardware and memory tests.

  5. Run Microsoft Safety Scanner or any other virus detection program that includes checks of the MBR for infections.

  6. Make sure that there's sufficient free space on the hard disk. The exact requirement varies, but we recommend 10-15 percent free disk space.

  7. Contact the respective hardware or software vendor to update the drivers and applications in the following scenarios:

    • The error message indicates that a specific driver is causing the problem.
    • You're seeing an indication of a service that is starting or stopping before the crash occurred. In this situation, determine whether the service behavior is consistent across all instances of the crash.
    • You have made any software or hardware changes.


    If there are no updates available from a specific manufacturer, we recommend that you disable the related service.

    For more information, see How to perform a clean boot in Windows.

    You can disable a driver by following the steps in How to temporarily deactivate the kernel mode filter driver in Windows.

    You may also want to consider the option of rolling back changes or reverting to the last-known working state. For more information, see Roll back a device driver to a previous version.

Memory dump collection

To configure the system for memory dump files, follow these steps:

  1. Select the Taskbar search box, type Advanced system settings, and then press Enter.
  2. On the Advanced tab on the System Properties box, select the Settings button that appears in the section Startup and Recovery.
  3. In the new window, select the drop-down below the option Write debugging information.
  4. Choose Automatic memory dump.
  5. Select OK.
  6. Restart the computer for the setting to take effect.
  7. If the server is virtualized, disable auto reboot after the memory dump file is created. This disablement lets you take a snapshot of the server in-state and also if the problem recurs.

The memory dump file is saved at the following locations:

Dump file typeLocation
(none)%SystemRoot%\MEMORY.DMP (inactive, or grayed out)
Small memory dump file (256 kb)%SystemRoot%\Minidump
Kernel memory dump file%SystemRoot%\MEMORY.DMP
Complete memory dump file%SystemRoot%\MEMORY.DMP
Automatic memory dump file%SystemRoot%\MEMORY.DMP
Active memory dump file%SystemRoot%\MEMORY.DMP

You can use the Microsoft Crash Dump File Checker (DumpChk) tool to verify that the memory dump files aren't corrupted or invalid. For more information, see the following video:

For more information on how to use Dumpchk.exe to check your dump files, see the following articles:

  • Using DumpChk
  • Download DumpChk

Pagefile settings

For more information on pagefile settings, see the following articles:

  • Introduction to page files
  • How to determine the appropriate page file size for 64-bit versions of Windows
  • Generate a kernel or complete crash dump

Memory dump analysis

Finding the root cause of the crash may not be easy. Hardware problems are especially difficult to diagnose because they may cause erratic and unpredictable behavior that can manifest itself in various symptoms.

When a stop error occurs, you should first isolate the problematic components, and then try to cause them to trigger the stop error again. If you can replicate the problem, you can usually determine the cause.

You can use the tools such as Windows Software Development Kit (SDK) and symbols to diagnose dump logs. The next section discusses how to use this tool.

Advanced troubleshooting steps


Advanced troubleshooting of crash dumps can be very challenging if you aren't experienced with programming and internal Windows mechanisms. We have attempted to provide a brief insight here into some of the techniques used, including some examples. However, to really be effective at troubleshooting a crash dump, you should spend time becoming familiar with advanced debugging techniques. For a video overview, Debugging kernel mode crashes and hangs. Also see the advanced references listed below.

Advanced debugging references

Debugging steps

  1. Verify that the computer is set up to generate a complete memory dump file when a crash occurs. For more information, see Method 1: Memory dump.

  2. Locate the memory.dmp file in your Windows directory on the computer that is crashing, and copy that file to another computer.

  3. On the other computer, download the Windows 10 SDK.

  4. Start the install and choose Debugging Tools for Windows. The WinDbg tool is installed.

  5. Go to the File menu and select Symbol File Path to open the WinDbg tool and set the symbol path.

    1. If the computer is connected to the internet, enter the Microsoft public symbol server: and select OK. This method is recommended.
    2. If the computer isn't connected to the internet, specify a local symbol path.
  6. Select Open Crash Dump, and then open the memory.dmp file that you copied.

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  7. Under Bugcheck Analysis, select !analyze -v. The command !analyze -v is entered in the prompt at the bottom of the page.

  8. A detailed bug check analysis appears.

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  9. Scroll down to the STACK_TEXT section. There will be rows of numbers with each row followed by a colon and some text. That text should tell you what DLL is causing the crash. If applicable, it also says what service is crashing the DLL.

  10. For more information about how to interpret the STACK_TEXT output, see Using the !analyze Extension.

There are many possible causes of a bug check and each case is unique. In the example provided above, the important lines that can be identified from the STACK_TEXT are 20, 21, and 22:


HEX data is removed here and lines are numbered for clarity.

1 : nt!KeBugCheckEx2 : nt!PspCatchCriticalBreak+0xff3 : nt!PspTerminateAllThreads+0x1134cf4 : nt!PspTerminateProcess+0xe05 : nt!NtTerminateProcess+0xa96 : nt!KiSystemServiceCopyEnd+0x137 : nt!KiServiceLinkage8 : nt!KiDispatchException+0x1107fe9 : nt!KiFastFailDispatch+0xe410 : nt!KiRaiseSecurityCheckFailure+0x3d311 : ntdll!RtlpHpFreeWithExceptionProtection$filt$0+0x4412 : ntdll!_C_specific_handler+0x9613 : ntdll!RtlpExecuteHandlerForException+0xd14 : ntdll!RtlDispatchException+0x35815 : ntdll!KiUserExceptionDispatch+0x2e16 : ntdll!RtlpHpVsContextFree+0x11e17 : ntdll!RtlpHpFreeHeap+0x48c18 : ntdll!RtlpHpFreeWithExceptionProtection+0xda19 : ntdll!RtlFreeHeap+0x24a20 : FWPolicyIOMgr!FwBinariesFree+0xa7c221 : mpssvc!FwMoneisDiagEdpPolicyUpdate+0x1584f22 : mpssvc!FwEdpMonUpdate+0x6c23 : ntdll!RtlpWnfWalkUserSubscriptionList+0x29b24 : ntdll!RtlpWnfProcessCurrentDescriptor+0x10525 : ntdll!RtlpWnfNotificationThread+0x8026 : ntdll!TppExecuteWaitCallback+0xe127 : ntdll!TppWorkerThread+0x8d028 : KERNEL32!BaseThreadInitThunk+0x1429 : ntdll!RtlUserThreadStart+0x21

This issue is because of the mpssvc service, which is a component of the Windows Firewall. The problem was repaired by disabling the firewall temporarily and then resetting firewall policies.

For more examples, see Debugging examples.

Video resources

The following videos illustrate various troubleshooting techniques for analyzing dump files.

Advanced troubleshooting using Driver Verifier

We estimate that about 75 percent of all stop errors are caused by faulty drivers. The Driver Verifier tool provides several methods to help you troubleshoot. These include running drivers in an isolated memory pool (without sharing memory with other components), generating extreme memory pressure, and validating parameters. If the tool encounters errors in the execution of driver code, it proactively creates an exception. It can then further examine that part of the code.


Driver Verifier consumes lots of CPU and can slow down the computer significantly. You may also experience additional crashes. Verifier disables faulty drivers after a stop error occurs, and continues to do this until you can successfully restart the system and access the desktop. You can also expect to see several dump files created.

Don't try to verify all the drivers at one time. This action can degrade performance and make the system unusable. It also limits the effectiveness of the tool.

Use the following guidelines when you use Driver Verifier:

  • Test any "suspicious" drivers. For example, drivers that were recently updated or that are known to be problematic.
  • If you continue to experience non-analyzable crashes, try enabling verification on all third-party and unsigned drivers.
  • Enable concurrent verification on groups of 10-20 drivers.
  • Additionally, if the computer can't boot into the desktop because of Driver Verifier, you can disable the tool by starting in Safe mode. This solution is because the tool can't run in Safe mode.

For more information, see Driver Verifier.

Common Windows stop errors

This section doesn't contain a list of all error codes, but since many error codes have the same potential resolutions, your best bet is to follow the steps below to troubleshoot your error.

The following sections list general troubleshooting procedures for common stop error codes.


Stop error code 0x00000141, or 0x00000117

Contact the vendor of the listed display driver to get an appropriate update for that driver.


Stop error code 0x0000000D1

Apply the latest updates for the driver by applying the latest cumulative updates for the system through the Microsoft Update Catalog website. Update an outdated network driver. Virtualized VMware systems often run "Intel(R) PRO/1000 MT Network Connection" (e1g6032e.sys). You can download this driver from the Intel Download Drivers & Software website. Contact the hardware vendor to update the network driver for a resolution. For VMware systems, use the VMware integrated network driver instead of Intel's e1g6032e.sys. For example, use VMware types VMXNET, VMXNET2, or VMXNET3.


Stop error code 0x000000050

If a driver is identified in the stop error message, contact the manufacturer for an update. If no updates are available, disable the driver, and monitor the system for stability. Run chkdsk /f /r to detect and repair disk errors. Restart the system before the disk scan begins on a system partition. Contact the manufacturer for any diagnostic tools that they may provide for the hard disk subsystem. Try to reinstall any application or service that was recently installed or updated. It's possible that the crash was triggered while the system was starting applications and reading the registry for preference settings. Reinstalling the application can fix corrupted registry keys. If the problem persists, and you have run a recent system state backup, try to restore the registry hives from the backup.


Stop error code c000021a {Fatal System Error} The Windows SubSystem system process terminated unexpectedly with a status of 0xc0000005. The system has been shut down.

Use the System File Checker tool to repair missing or corrupted system files. The System File Checker lets users scan for corruptions in Windows system files and restore corrupted files. For more information, see Use the System File Checker tool.


Stop error code 0x000000024

This stop error is commonly caused by corruption in the NTFS file system or bad blocks (sectors) on the hard disk. Corrupted drivers for hard disks (SATA or IDE) can also adversely affect the system's ability to read and write to disk. Run any hardware diagnostics that are provided by the manufacturer of the storage subsystem. Use the scan disk tool to verify that there are no file system errors. To do this step, right-click the drive that you want to scan, select Properties, select Tools, and then select the Check now button. Update the NTFS file system driver (Ntfs.sys). Apply the latest cumulative updates for the current operating system that's experiencing the problem.


Stop error code 0x0000001E

If a driver is identified in the stop error message, disable or remove that driver. Disable or remove any drivers or services that were recently added.

If the error occurs during the startup sequence, and the system partition is formatted by using the NTFS file system, you might be able to use safe mode to disable the driver in Device Manager. To disable the driver, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Settings > Update & security > Recovery.
  2. Under Advanced startup, select Restart now.
  3. After your PC restarts to the Choose an option screen, select Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Startup Settings > Restart.
  4. After the computer restarts, you'll see a list of options. Press 4 or F4 to start the computer in safe mode. If you intend to use the internet while in safe mode, press 5 or F5 for the Safe Mode with Networking option.


Stop error code 0x00000133

This stop error code is caused by a faulty driver that doesn't complete its work within the allotted time frame in certain conditions. To help mitigate this error, collect the memory dump file from the system, and then use the Windows Debugger to find the faulty driver. If a driver is identified in the stop error message, disable the driver to isolate the problem. Check with the manufacturer for driver updates. Check the system log in Event Viewer for other error messages that might help identify the device or driver that's causing stop error 0x133. Verify that any new hardware that's installed is compatible with the installed version of Windows. For example, you can get information about required hardware at Windows 10 Specifications. If Windows Debugger is installed, and you have access to public symbols, you can load the c:\windows\memory.dmp file into the debugger. Then refer to Determining the source of Bug Check 0x133 (DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION) errors on Windows Server 2012 to find the problematic driver from the memory dump.


Stop error code 0x0000009E

This stop error indicates that a user-mode health check failed in a way that prevents graceful shutdown. Windows restores critical services by restarting or enabling application failover to other servers. The Clustering Service incorporates a detection mechanism that may detect unresponsiveness in user-mode components.

This stop error usually occurs in a clustered environment, and the indicated faulty driver is RHS.exe. Check the event logs for any storage failures to identify the failing process. Try to update the component or process that's indicated in the event logs. You should see the following event recorded:

  • Event ID: 4870
  • Source: Microsoft-Windows-FailoverClustering
  • Description: User mode health monitoring has detected that the system isn't being responsive. The Failover cluster virtual adapter has lost contact with the Cluster Server process with a process ID '%1', for '%2' seconds. Recovery action is taken. Review the Cluster logs to identify the process and investigate which items might cause the process to hang.

For more information, see "0x0000009E" Stop error on cluster nodes in a Windows Server-based multi-node failover cluster environment Also, see the following Microsoft video What to do if a 9E occurs.

Debugging examples

Example 1

This bug check is caused by a driver hang during upgrade, resulting in a bug check D1 in NDIS.sys, which is a Microsoft driver. The IMAGE_NAME tells you the faulting driver, but since this driver is s Microsoft driver, it can't be replaced or removed. The resolution method is to disable the network device in device manager and try the upgrade again.

2: kd> !analyze -v******************************************************************************** ** Bugcheck Analysis ** ********************************************************************************DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (d1)An attempt was made to access a pageable (or completely invalid) address at aninterrupt request level (IRQL) that is too high. This is usuallycaused by drivers using improper addresses.If kernel debugger is available get stack backtrace.Arguments:Arg1: 000000000011092a, memory referencedArg2: 0000000000000002, IRQLArg3: 0000000000000001, value 0 = read operation, 1 = write operationArg4: fffff807aa74f4c4, address which referenced memoryDebugging Details:------------------KEY_VALUES_STRING: 1STACKHASH_ANALYSIS: 1TIMELINE_ANALYSIS: 1DUMP_CLASS: 1DUMP_QUALIFIER: 400SIMULTANEOUS_TELSVC_INSTANCES: 0SIMULTANEOUS_TELWP_INSTANCES: 0BUILD_VERSION_STRING: 16299.15.amd64fre.rs3_release.170928-1534SYSTEM_MANUFACTURER: AlienwareSYSTEM_PRODUCT_NAME: Alienware 15 R2SYSTEM_SKU: Alienware 15 R2SYSTEM_VERSION: 1.2.8BIOS_VENDOR: AlienwareBIOS_VERSION: 1.2.8BIOS_DATE: 01/29/2016BASEBOARD_MANUFACTURER: AlienwareBASEBOARD_PRODUCT: Alienware 15 R2BASEBOARD_VERSION: A00DUMP_TYPE: 2BUGCHECK_P1: 11092aBUGCHECK_P2: 2BUGCHECK_P3: 1BUGCHECK_P4: fffff807aa74f4c4WRITE_ADDRESS: fffff80060602380: Unable to get MiVisibleStateUnable to get NonPagedPoolStartUnable to get NonPagedPoolEndUnable to get PagedPoolStartUnable to get PagedPoolEnd000000000011092a CURRENT_IRQL: 2FAULTING_IP: NDIS!NdisQueueIoWorkItem+4 [minio\ndis\sys\miniport.c @ 9708]fffff807`aa74f4c4 48895120 mov qword ptr [rcx+20h],rdxCPU_COUNT: 8CPU_MHZ: a20CPU_VENDOR: GenuineIntelCPU_FAMILY: 6CPU_MODEL: 5eCPU_STEPPING: 3CPU_MICROCODE: 6,5e,3,0 (F,M,S,R) SIG: BA'00000000 (cache) BA'00000000 (init)BLACKBOXPNP: 1 (!blackboxpnp)DEFAULT_BUCKET_ID: WIN8_DRIVER_FAULTBUGCHECK_STR: AVPROCESS_NAME: SystemANALYSIS_SESSION_HOST: SHENDRIX-DEV0ANALYSIS_SESSION_TIME: 01-17-2019 11:06:05.0653ANALYSIS_VERSION: 10.0.18248.1001 amd64freTRAP_FRAME: ffffa884c0c3f6b0 -- (.trap 0xffffa884c0c3f6b0)NOTE: The trap frame doesn't contain all registers.Some register values may be zeroed or incorrect.rax=fffff807ad018bf0 rbx=0000000000000000 rcx=000000000011090ardx=fffff807ad018c10 rsi=0000000000000000 rdi=0000000000000000rip=fffff807aa74f4c4 rsp=ffffa884c0c3f840 rbp=000000002408fd00r8=ffffb30e0e99ea30 r9=0000000001d371c1 r10=0000000020000080r11=0000000000000000 r12=0000000000000000 r13=0000000000000000r14=0000000000000000 r15=0000000000000000iopl=0 nv up ei ng nz na pe ncNDIS!NdisQueueIoWorkItem+0x4:fffff807`aa74f4c4 48895120 mov qword ptr [rcx+20h],rdx ds:00000000`0011092a=????????????????Resetting default scopeLAST_CONTROL_TRANSFER: from fffff800603799e9 to fffff8006036e0e0STACK_TEXT: ffffa884`c0c3f568 fffff800`603799e9 : 00000000`0000000a 00000000`0011092a 00000000`00000002 00000000`00000001 : nt!KeBugCheckEx [minkernel\ntos\ke\amd64\procstat.asm @ 134] ffffa884`c0c3f570 fffff800`60377d7d : fffff78a`4000a150 ffffb30e`03fba001 ffff8180`f0b5d180 00000000`000000ff : nt!KiBugCheckDispatch+0x69 [minkernel\ntos\ke\amd64\trap.asm @ 2998] ffffa884`c0c3f6b0 fffff807`aa74f4c4 : 00000000`00000002 ffff8180`f0754180 00000000`00269fb1 ffff8180`f0754180 : nt!KiPageFault+0x23d [minkernel\ntos\ke\amd64\trap.asm @ 1248] ffffa884`c0c3f840 fffff800`60256b63 : ffffb30e`0e18f710 ffff8180`f0754180 ffffa884`c0c3fa18 00000000`00000002 : NDIS!NdisQueueIoWorkItem+0x4 [minio\ndis\sys\miniport.c @ 9708] ffffa884`c0c3f870 fffff800`60257bfd : 00000000`00000008 00000000`00000000 00000000`00269fb1 ffff8180`f0754180 : nt!KiProcessExpiredTimerList+0x153 [minkernel\ntos\ke\dpcsup.c @ 2078] ffffa884`c0c3f960 fffff800`6037123a : 00000000`00000000 ffff8180`f0754180 00000000`00000000 ffff8180`f0760cc0 : nt!KiRetireDpcList+0x43d [minkernel\ntos\ke\dpcsup.c @ 1512] ffffa884`c0c3fb60 00000000`00000000 : ffffa884`c0c40000 ffffa884`c0c39000 00000000`00000000 00000000`00000000 : nt!KiIdleLoop+0x5a [minkernel\ntos\ke\amd64\idle.asm @ 166] RETRACER_ANALYSIS_TAG_STATUS: Failed in getting KPCR for core 2THREAD_SHA1_HASH_MOD_FUNC: 5b59a784f22d4b5cbd5a8452fe39914b8fd7961dTHREAD_SHA1_HASH_MOD_FUNC_OFFSET: 5643383f9cae3ca39073f7721b53f0c633bfb948THREAD_SHA1_HASH_MOD: 20edda059578820e64b723e466deea47f59bd675FOLLOWUP_IP: NDIS!NdisQueueIoWorkItem+4 [minio\ndis\sys\miniport.c @ 9708]fffff807`aa74f4c4 48895120 mov qword ptr [rcx+20h],rdxFAULT_INSTR_CODE: 20518948FAULTING_SOURCE_LINE: minio\ndis\sys\miniport.cFAULTING_SOURCE_FILE: minio\ndis\sys\miniport.cFAULTING_SOURCE_LINE_NUMBER: 9708FAULTING_SOURCE_CODE: 9704: _In_ _Points_to_data_ PVOID WorkItemContext 9705: ) 9706: { 9707: > 9708: ((PNDIS_IO_WORK_ITEM)NdisIoWorkItemHandle)->Routine = Routine; 9709: ((PNDIS_IO_WORK_ITEM)NdisIoWorkItemHandle)->WorkItemContext = WorkItemContext; 9710: 9711: IoQueueWorkItem(((PNDIS_IO_WORK_ITEM)NdisIoWorkItemHandle)->IoWorkItem, 9712: ndisDispatchIoWorkItem, 9713: CriticalWorkQueue,SYMBOL_STACK_INDEX: 3SYMBOL_NAME: NDIS!NdisQueueIoWorkItem+4FOLLOWUP_NAME: ndiscoreMODULE_NAME: NDISIMAGE_NAME: NDIS.SYSDEBUG_FLR_IMAGE_TIMESTAMP: 0IMAGE_VERSION: 10.0.16299.99DXGANALYZE_ANALYSIS_TAG_PORT_GLOBAL_INFO_STR: Hybrid_FALSEDXGANALYZE_ANALYSIS_TAG_ADAPTER_INFO_STR: GPU0_VenId0x1414_DevId0x8d_WDDM1.3_Active;STACK_COMMAND: .thread ; .cxr ; kbBUCKET_ID_FUNC_OFFSET: 4FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: AV_NDIS!NdisQueueIoWorkItemBUCKET_ID: AV_NDIS!NdisQueueIoWorkItemPRIMARY_PROBLEM_CLASS: AV_NDIS!NdisQueueIoWorkItemTARGET_TIME: 2017-12-10T14:16:08.000ZOSBUILD: 16299OSSERVICEPACK: 98SERVICEPACK_NUMBER: 0OS_REVISION: 0SUITE_MASK: 784PRODUCT_TYPE: 1OSPLATFORM_TYPE: x64OSNAME: Windows 10OSEDITION: Windows 10 WinNt TerminalServer SingleUserTS PersonalOS_LOCALE: USER_LCID: 0OSBUILD_TIMESTAMP: 2017-11-26 03:49:20BUILDDATESTAMP_STR: 170928-1534BUILDLAB_STR: rs3_releaseBUILDOSVER_STR: 10.0.16299.15.amd64fre.rs3_release.170928-1534ANALYSIS_SESSION_ELAPSED_TIME: 8377ANALYSIS_SOURCE: KMFAILURE_ID_HASH_STRING: km:av_ndis!ndisqueueioworkitemFAILURE_ID_HASH: {10686423-afa1-4852-ad1b-9324ac44ac96}FAILURE_ID_REPORT_LINK: ndiscore---------

Example 2

In this example, a non-Microsoft driver caused page fault, so we don't have symbols for this driver. However, looking at IMAGE_NAME and or MODULE_NAME indicates it's WwanUsbMP.sys that caused the issue. Disconnecting the device and retrying the upgrade is a possible solution.

1: kd> !analyze -v******************************************************************************** ** Bugcheck Analysis ** ********************************************************************************PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA (50)Invalid system memory was referenced. This can't be protected by try-except.Typically the address is just plain bad or it is pointing at freed memory.Arguments:Arg1: 8ba10000, memory referenced.Arg2: 00000000, value 0 = read operation, 1 = write operation.Arg3: 82154573, If non-zero, the instruction address which referenced the bad memory address.Arg4: 00000000, (reserved)Debugging Details:------------------*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for WwanUsbMp.sys*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for WwanUsbMp.sysKEY_VALUES_STRING: 1STACKHASH_ANALYSIS: 1TIMELINE_ANALYSIS: 1DUMP_CLASS: 1DUMP_QUALIFIER: 400BUILD_VERSION_STRING: 16299.15.x86fre.rs3_release.170928-1534MARKER_MODULE_NAME: IBM_ibmpmdrvSYSTEM_MANUFACTURER: LENOVOSYSTEM_PRODUCT_NAME: 20AWS07H00SYSTEM_SKU: LENOVO_MT_20AW_BU_Think_FM_ThinkPad T440pSYSTEM_VERSION: ThinkPad T440pBIOS_VENDOR: LENOVOBIOS_VERSION: GLET85WW (2.39 )BIOS_DATE: 09/29/2016BASEBOARD_MANUFACTURER: LENOVOBASEBOARD_PRODUCT: 20AWS07H00BASEBOARD_VERSION: Not DefinedDUMP_TYPE: 2BUGCHECK_P1: ffffffff8ba10000BUGCHECK_P2: 0BUGCHECK_P3: ffffffff82154573BUGCHECK_P4: 0READ_ADDRESS: 822821d0: Unable to get MiVisibleState8ba10000 FAULTING_IP: nt!memcpy+33 [minkernel\crts\crtw32\string\i386\memcpy.asm @ 21382154573 f3a5 rep movs dword ptr es:[edi],dword ptr [esi]MM_INTERNAL_CODE: 0CPU_COUNT: 4CPU_MHZ: 95aCPU_VENDOR: GenuineIntelCPU_FAMILY: 6CPU_MODEL: 3cCPU_STEPPING: 3CPU_MICROCODE: 6,3c,3,0 (F,M,S,R) SIG: 21'00000000 (cache) 21'00000000 (init)BLACKBOXBSD: 1 (!blackboxbsd)BLACKBOXPNP: 1 (!blackboxpnp)DEFAULT_BUCKET_ID: WIN8_DRIVER_FAULTBUGCHECK_STR: AVPROCESS_NAME: SystemCURRENT_IRQL: 2ANALYSIS_SESSION_HOST: SHENDRIX-DEV0ANALYSIS_SESSION_TIME: 01-17-2019 10:54:53.0780ANALYSIS_VERSION: 10.0.18248.1001 amd64freTRAP_FRAME: 8ba0efa8 -- (.trap 0xffffffff8ba0efa8)ErrCode = 00000000eax=8ba1759e ebx=a2bfd314 ecx=00001d67 edx=00000002 esi=8ba10000 edi=a2bfe280eip=82154573 esp=8ba0f01c ebp=8ba0f024 iopl=0 nv up ei pl nz ac pe nccs=0008 ss=0010 ds=0023 es=0023 fs=0030 gs=0000 efl=00010216nt!memcpy+0x33:82154573 f3a5 rep movs dword ptr es:[edi],dword ptr [esi]Resetting default scopeLOCK_ADDRESS: 8226c6e0 -- (!locks 8226c6e0)Cannot get _ERESOURCE typeResource @ nt!PiEngineLock (0x8226c6e0) Available1 total locksPNP_TRIAGE_DATA: Lock address : 0x8226c6e0 Thread Count : 0 Thread address: 0x00000000 Thread wait : 0x0LAST_CONTROL_TRANSFER: from 82076708 to 821507e8STACK_TEXT: 8ba0ede4 82076708 00000050 8ba10000 00000000 nt!KeBugCheckEx [minkernel\ntos\ke\i386\procstat.asm @ 114] 8ba0ee40 8207771e 8ba0efa8 8ba10000 8ba0eea0 nt!MiSystemFault+0x13c8 [minkernel\ntos\mm\mmfault.c @ 4755] 8ba0ef08 821652ac 00000000 8ba10000 00000000 nt!MmAccessFault+0x83e [minkernel\ntos\mm\mmfault.c @ 6868] 8ba0ef08 82154573 00000000 8ba10000 00000000 nt!_KiTrap0E+0xec [minkernel\ntos\ke\i386\trap.asm @ 5153] 8ba0f024 86692866 a2bfd314 8ba0f094 0000850a nt!memcpy+0x33 [minkernel\crts\crtw32\string\i386\memcpy.asm @ 213] 8ba0f040 866961bc 8ba0f19c a2bfd0e8 00000000 NDIS!ndisMSetPowerManagementCapabilities+0x8a [minio\ndis\sys\miniport.c @ 7969] 8ba0f060 866e1f66 866e1caf adfb9000 00000000 NDIS!ndisMSetGeneralAttributes+0x23d [minio\ndis\sys\miniport.c @ 8198] 8ba0f078 ac50c15f a2bfd0e8 0000009f 00000001 NDIS!NdisMSetMiniportAttributes+0x2b7 [minio\ndis\sys\miniport.c @ 7184] WARNING: Stack unwind information not available. Following frames may be wrong.8ba0f270 ac526f96 adfb9000 a2bfd0e8 8269b9b0 WwanUsbMp+0x1c15f8ba0f3cc 866e368a a2bfd0e8 00000000 8ba0f4c0 WwanUsbMp+0x36f968ba0f410 867004b0 a2bfd0e8 a2bfd0e8 a2be2a70 NDIS!ndisMInvokeInitialize+0x60 [minio\ndis\sys\miniport.c @ 13834] 8ba0f7ac 866dbc8e a2acf730 866b807c 00000000 NDIS!ndisMInitializeAdapter+0xa23 [minio\ndis\sys\miniport.c @ 601] 8ba0f7d8 866e687d a2bfd0e8 00000000 00000000 NDIS!ndisInitializeAdapter+0x4c [minio\ndis\sys\initpnp.c @ 931] 8ba0f800 866e90bb adfb64d8 00000000 a2bfd0e8 NDIS!ndisPnPStartDevice+0x118 [minio\ndis\sys\configm.c @ 4235] 8ba0f820 866e8a58 adfb64d8 a2bfd0e8 00000000 NDIS!ndisStartDeviceSynchronous+0xbd [minio\ndis\sys\ndispnp.c @ 3096] 8ba0f838 866e81df adfb64d8 8ba0f85e 8ba0f85f NDIS!ndisPnPIrpStartDevice+0xb4 [minio\ndis\sys\ndispnp.c @ 1067] 8ba0f860 820a7e98 a2bfd030 adfb64d8 8ba0f910 NDIS!ndisPnPDispatch+0x108 [minio\ndis\sys\ndispnp.c @ 2429] 8ba0f878 8231f07e 8ba0f8ec adf5d4c8 872e2eb8 nt!IofCallDriver+0x48 [minkernel\ntos\io\iomgr\iosubs.c @ 3149] 8ba0f898 820b8569 820c92b8 872e2eb8 8ba0f910 nt!PnpAsynchronousCall+0x9e [minkernel\ntos\io\pnpmgr\irp.c @ 3005] 8ba0f8cc 820c9a76 00000000 820c92b8 872e2eb8 nt!PnpSendIrp+0x67 [minkernel\ntos\io\pnpmgr\irp.h @ 286] 8ba0f914 8234577b 872e2eb8 adf638b0 adf638b0 nt!PnpStartDevice+0x60 [minkernel\ntos\io\pnpmgr\irp.c @ 3187] 8ba0f94c 82346cc7 872e2eb8 adf638b0 adf638b0 nt!PnpStartDeviceNode+0xc3 [minkernel\ntos\io\pnpmgr\start.c @ 1712] 8ba0f96c 82343c68 00000000 a2bdb3d8 adf638b0 nt!PipProcessStartPhase1+0x4d [minkernel\ntos\io\pnpmgr\start.c @ 114] 8ba0fb5c 824db885 8ba0fb80 00000000 00000000 nt!PipProcessDevNodeTree+0x386 [minkernel\ntos\io\pnpmgr\enum.c @ 6129] 8ba0fb88 8219571b 85852520 8c601040 8226ba90 nt!PiRestartDevice+0x91 [minkernel\ntos\io\pnpmgr\enum.c @ 4743] 8ba0fbe8 820804af 00000000 00000000 8c601040 nt!PnpDeviceActionWorker+0xdb4b7 [minkernel\ntos\io\pnpmgr\action.c @ 674] 8ba0fc38 8211485c 85852520 421de295 00000000 nt!ExpWorkerThread+0xcf [minkernel\ntos\ex\worker.c @ 4270] 8ba0fc70 82166785 820803e0 85852520 00000000 nt!PspSystemThreadStartup+0x4a [minkernel\ntos\ps\psexec.c @ 7756] 8ba0fc88 82051e07 85943940 8ba0fcd8 82051bb9 nt!KiThreadStartup+0x15 [minkernel\ntos\ke\i386\threadbg.asm @ 82] 8ba0fc94 82051bb9 8b9cc600 8ba10000 8ba0d000 nt!KiProcessDeferredReadyList+0x17 [minkernel\ntos\ke\thredsup.c @ 5309] 8ba0fcd8 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 nt!KeSetPriorityThread+0x249 [minkernel\ntos\ke\thredobj.c @ 3881] RETRACER_ANALYSIS_TAG_STATUS: Failed in getting KPCR for core 1THREAD_SHA1_HASH_MOD_FUNC: e029276c66aea80ba36903e89947127118d31128THREAD_SHA1_HASH_MOD_FUNC_OFFSET: 012389f065d31c8eedd6204846a560146a38099bTHREAD_SHA1_HASH_MOD: 44dc639eb162a28d47eaeeae4afe6f9eeccced3dFOLLOWUP_IP: WwanUsbMp+1c15fac50c15f 8bf0 mov esi,eaxFAULT_INSTR_CODE: f33bf08bSYMBOL_STACK_INDEX: 8SYMBOL_NAME: WwanUsbMp+1c15fFOLLOWUP_NAME: MachineOwnerMODULE_NAME: WwanUsbMpIMAGE_NAME: WwanUsbMp.sysDEBUG_FLR_IMAGE_TIMESTAMP: 5211bb0cDXGANALYZE_ANALYSIS_TAG_PORT_GLOBAL_INFO_STR: Hybrid_FALSEDXGANALYZE_ANALYSIS_TAG_ADAPTER_INFO_STR: GPU0_VenId0x1414_DevId0x8d_WDDM1.3_NotActive;GPU1_VenId0x8086_DevId0x416_WDDM1.3_Active_Post;STACK_COMMAND: .thread ; .cxr ; kbBUCKET_ID_FUNC_OFFSET: 1c15fFAILURE_BUCKET_ID: AV_R_INVALID_WwanUsbMp!unknown_functionBUCKET_ID: AV_R_INVALID_WwanUsbMp!unknown_functionPRIMARY_PROBLEM_CLASS: AV_R_INVALID_WwanUsbMp!unknown_functionTARGET_TIME: 2018-02-12T11:33:51.000ZOSBUILD: 16299OSSERVICEPACK: 15SERVICEPACK_NUMBER: 0OS_REVISION: 0SUITE_MASK: 272PRODUCT_TYPE: 1OSPLATFORM_TYPE: x86OSNAME: Windows 10OSEDITION: Windows 10 WinNt TerminalServer SingleUserTSOS_LOCALE: USER_LCID: 0OSBUILD_TIMESTAMP: 2017-09-28 18:32:28BUILDDATESTAMP_STR: 170928-1534BUILDLAB_STR: rs3_releaseBUILDOSVER_STR: 10.0.16299.15.x86fre.rs3_release.170928-1534ANALYSIS_SESSION_ELAPSED_TIME: 162bdANALYSIS_SOURCE: KMFAILURE_ID_HASH_STRING: km:av_r_invalid_wwanusbmp!unknown_functionFAILURE_ID_HASH: {31e4d053-0758-e43a-06a7-55f69b072cb3}FAILURE_ID_REPORT_LINK: MachineOwner---------ReadVirtual: 812d1248 not properly sign extended


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