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    Re: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    It appears to be the same dump file?

    I'm not sure what happened to my other post?!
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    Re: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    Strange, I'll doublecheck. Thanks a lot, Harry.

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    Re: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    Hello guys. I have new dump for you: Dropbox - 091517-6000-01.dmp

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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    Did you try verifier?

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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    No, I haven't done anything yet. I just posted it here. In the past, I have.

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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    Ran Memtest, passed, ran DV passed, SeaTools didn't detect the HDD, although it's seen in the BIOS, in my Computer and I can copy data from and to it without issues.
    I've got a CI.dll is missing or corrupt error on startup. Rebooted fine. Ran TDSS Killer to check for rootkits - clean.

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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    Rerun Driver Verifier. Crashed and flagged Avast as the cause!

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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    New BSOD.
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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    Did you uninstall avast?

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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    Of course. With its removal tool, this is a few hours after the uninstallation.

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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    Could you run driver verifier again to see if it flags anything else.

    The minidump looks a bit empty to me at first glance, though I'm not really familiair with those arguments.

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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    I'm currently running it for a few hours and no crash yet.

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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    Code:
    BugCheck 109, {a3a00f58b57525a0, b3b71bdf07f45b43, fffff8011bbc8290, 1}
    
    Probably caused by : memory_corruption
    The only useful parameter of this bugcheck is the fourth parameter which reveals which structure has become corrupt. A parameter value of 0x1 indicates that a function has been modified in some manner, or the .pdata section of a binary has become corrupt. I believe that .pdata is used with stack unwinding in some way? We might explain why there isn't a call stack with this dump.

    I forgot to mention that this bugcheck is triggered by Windows PatchGuard.

    The third parameter indicates the function that has been modified:

    Code:
    0: kd> ln fffff8011bbc8290
    
    (fffff801`1bbc8290)   Ntfs!NtfsReadMftRecord   |  (fffff801`1bbd72a0)   Ntfs!NtfsCheckFileRecord
    Exact matches:
        Ntfs!NtfsReadMftRecord (void)
    Let's run !chkimg:

    Code:
    0: kd> !chkimg !ntfs
    1 error : !ntfs (fffff8011bbc84a7)
    Notice how !chkimg raises an error with the ntfs! module? That's because the function has been modified and doesn't match the version in the Microsoft symbol store.

    Here's the corrupt version of the function:

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    0: kd> u Ntfs!NtfsReadMftRecord+212
    Ntfs!NtfsReadMftRecord+0x210:
    fffff801`1bbc84a2 0090488b5c2c    add     byte ptr [rax+2C5C8B48h],dl
    fffff801`1bbc84a8 684885db74      push    74DB8548h
    fffff801`1bbc84ad 07              ???
    fffff801`1bbc84ae 816304fffeffff  and     dword ptr [rbx+4],0FFFFFEFFh
    fffff801`1bbc84b5 b001            mov     al,1
    fffff801`1bbc84b7 88442441        mov     byte ptr [rsp+41h],al
    fffff801`1bbc84bb 488b7c2450      mov     rdi,qword ptr [rsp+50h]
    fffff801`1bbc84c0 488bb42480000000 mov     rsi,qword ptr [rsp+80h]
    Here is the correct version according to the debugger:

    Code:
    0: kd> !chkimg -f !ntfs
    Warning: Any detected errors will be fixed to what we expect!
    1 error (fixed): !ntfs (fffff8011bbc84a7)
    Code:
    0: kd> u Ntfs!NtfsReadMftRecord+212
    Ntfs!NtfsReadMftRecord+0x210:
    fffff801`1bbc84a2 0090488b5c24    add     byte ptr [rax+245C8B48h],dl
    fffff801`1bbc84a8 684885db74      push    74DB8548h
    fffff801`1bbc84ad 07              ???
    fffff801`1bbc84ae 816304fffeffff  and     dword ptr [rbx+4],0FFFFFEFFh
    fffff801`1bbc84b5 b001            mov     al,1
    fffff801`1bbc84b7 88442441        mov     byte ptr [rsp+41h],al
    fffff801`1bbc84bb 488b7c2450      mov     rdi,qword ptr [rsp+50h]
    fffff801`1bbc84c0 488bb42480000000 mov     rsi,qword ptr [rsp+80h]
    Have you ran SFC?
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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    Thank you! Much appreciated!
    Multiple times. Comes clean. There were no update issues either.

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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    At least there is consistency with the crashes, however, Stop 0x109's don't contain much information at all! Does the system crash in Safe Mode?
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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    That's the thing I cannot test. It's one of the computers I use for work and I cannot use it in Safe Mode for a week or more to see if it will crash, since it crashes every week or so under light loads when used normally.
    A few hours I did test in Safe Mode, everything worked briliantly.

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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    Unfortunately, the only thing that I would suggest at the moment, is to continue to use the system with Driver Verifier.
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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    That's what I'm doing :) Thank you for your support, I've started analyzing BSODs 5 years ago and I know how frustrating it can be.

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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    Hi all,

    from the first dump i had the "feeling" it has something to do with NTFS & Filesystem, so i followed another aproach.
    Beside the steps of xBlueRobot i was able to follow also and via pde & !dpx
    Code:
    0: kd> !dpx
    Start memory scan  : 0xfffff803ea881188 ($csp)
    End memory scan    : 0xfffff803ea883000 (Kernel Stack Base)
    
    0xfffff803ea8811a8 : 0xfffff8011bbc8290 : Ntfs!NtfsReadMftRecord // ln fffff8011bbc8290
    0xfffff803ea882d80 : 0xfffff803e9189000 : "nt!BcpCursor <PERF> (nt+0x311000)"
    0xfffff803ea882d88 : 0xfffff803e8e78000 : "nt!_guard_check_icall_fptr <PERF> (nt+0x0)"
    i also examined all avail dumps for unloaded modules and found magdrvamd64.sys multiple times loaded before.
    the onlyest driver i found in every dump.
    This dump shows in WinDbg too

    Code:
    Unloaded modules:
    fffff801`1dfe8000 fffff801`1dfef000   magdrvamd64.
        Timestamp: unavailable (00000000)
        Checksum:  00000000
        ImageSize:  00007000
    fffff801`1dee1000 fffff801`1dee8000   magdrvamd64.
        Timestamp: unavailable (00000000)
        Checksum:  00000000
        ImageSize:  00007000
    fffff801`1deda000 fffff801`1dee1000   magdrvamd64. // overlapping?
        Timestamp: unavailable (00000000)
        Checksum:  00000000
        ImageSize:  00007000
    fffff801`1deda000 fffff801`1dee6000   hiber_storpo
        Timestamp: unavailable (00000000)
        Checksum:  00000000
        ImageSize:  0000C000
    Samsungs Magician however was not found within installed software or did i miss?
    In Safe Mode this one might not be loaded, so i would uninstall Magician if indeed installed or wipe / get Rid of the deadly rest.
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        Windows 10 Pro 1803 x64

    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    Yes, I do have it. Will remove it.

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