Category Archives: BSOD

Analyzing 0x9E BSOD–Part III

Hello , It has been a long time coming to finish up this third part of the blog. Well, today we had post at ntdebugging blog about 0x9E – http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ntdebugging/archive/2014/08/27/windows-troubleshooting-stop-9e-explained.aspx – and I could not let pass this chance to … Continue reading

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Analyzing 0x9E BSOD–Part II

Continuing some tips from the previous blog on troubleshooting a 0x9E BSOD, I mentioned that we should use hang dump analysis tactics to this particular blue screen. Using the same kernel dump from the blog, we checked that !exqueue /f … Continue reading

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Analyzing 0x9E BSOD–Part I

Now that the World Cup is over… By the way Congratulations to all Germans !! Back to debugging and blogging … One very popular bugcheck I face is the 0x9E – USER_MODE_HEALTH_MONITOR – that causes some misleading interpretation on the … Continue reading

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Exchange Server 2013–0xEF BSOD

Lately I have seen a couple of incidents where Exchange Server 2013 machines would blue screen periodically. All BSOD’s had the same bugcheck code 0xEF. From WinDBG help: 0: kd> !analyze -show 0xEFCRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED (ef)        A critical system process diedArguments:Arg1: 0000000000000000, … Continue reading

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