since upgrading my Windows 10 client to Redstone 1 (anniversary update), I've started to see almost daily bluescreens of death:
Multiple IRP Requests.
The culprit happens to be the amd stor filter driver, (amd_xata.sys+2ba9) I don't have the symbols, so that's as far as windbg will take me. I've made sure to install the latest version from the support site, but still it happens.
I'm using a MSI 970A-G46 (MS-7693) mainboard, I ensured repeatedly that all my drivers are as up-to-date as the vendor pages will offer.
Still it crashes and burns.
Anybody have an idea what else I might be able to do?
If there's a place I can submit the crash-dumps, both minidumps and regular dumps (~838MB) are available, I can do a full system dump if necessary, but that shouldn't really be necessary on what is probably a driver issue.
PS: The issue can happen at any time imaginable. In the dead of night with only music playing, while playing a game, while programming, while doing heavy dataconversions / processing on a full system load. At any time.
thanks for the reply. Yes indeed, it is Bug Check Code 0x44 (And I had an error in the full error name too, sorry: MULTIPLE_IRP_COMPLETE_REQUESTS.
Other system stats (My brain must have been a bit lagging to not offer the basic stats beyond Mainboard, sorry):
Desktop Client (Big Tower)
CPU: AMD Phenom II X6 1055T
Graphics Card: Nvidia Geforce GTX 770
Power Supply: beQuiet (Unknown model, sized to vastly overmatch demand)
Display 1: 24" 1080p 60Htz
Display 2: 27" 1080p 120Htz
Soundcard: Focusrite Scarlett 2i2
I'd love to do the clean install routine, however the install manager appears to not support chipset drivers.
Ahh, not amd graphics related, amdmatt may help if processor related.
I'll remove the link.