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LORI WILLIAMS asked on January 12, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.

Blue Screen Problem Ref Ntfs.sys

» STOP:0*00000050 (0*B3553490,0*00000001,0*B7E23D4F,0*00000000) ntfs.sys – Address B7E23D4F base at B7DFE000, DateStamp 48025 (Note that due to camera work, there may be other numbers after 48025). XP SP3. Help appreciated

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» During boot, the operating system installed on the disk drive needs Ntfs.sys to read and write to NTFS partitions. In addition, Ntfs.sys is also engaged when booting from the installation CD or with the Windows 2000/XP floppy boot disks. If Ntfs.sys encounters certain kinds of error on the drive, a blue screen appears and the system will lock up. Until these errors are repaired, the operating will continue to be inaccessible.

As we know, files with .sys extension also belong to dll files, its error is closely related to other dll files, especially when caused by malware/viruses like Trojan:Win32/Dynamer!dtc.

DLL Suite is able to fix BSOD caused by sys extension file error, just because DLL Suite has built-in driver files, and it can replace the failure driver’s file which causes the blue screen of death; it can also remove the virus/malware infection at the same time.

Click DLL Suite’s Dashboard menu > Click Scan DLL Errors button > Click Fix DLL Errors button after the scan, and the blue screen of death or any other sys file related error will be repaired automatically. With the help of DLL Suite, it is much easier to fix BSOD and other errors due to the damaged .sys file.

MARYGRACE DEGUZMAN replied on January 18, 2013

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  1. THONY JORJ replied on January 13, 2013: » Ntfs.sys is a Windows component which means something else drove it into Fault. Be sure to checkthe hard drive, cabling, and other hardware affecting the hard drive. Run SFC /scannow and checkdisk.Suspect antivirus/antispyware/security programs.

  2. CAITLYN LAURIE replied on January 14, 2013: » Normally a backup copy of Windows occurs on a laptop ( it can also occur on a desktop ) and is placed in a separate partition (aka volume) which has no drive letter but is named System. The whole of Disk 0 (size 500gb) is allocated to C containing Windows, programmes and data files. Disk 1 is your external drive (size 1tb). It will not contain a copy of the operating system unless you have cloned or backed the whole of C to your external drive. There would seem to be obvious evidence of a system partition of C.

    The best solution might be to get a small computer repair shop to help.

    Where you saw the product key you should some thing like this: 00426-OEM-9154261-00435 - This gives information about the version of Windows installed on the computer. The product in the example is a generic OEM version of Windows 7 64 bit Ultimate. It could help to know what Belarc shows for your copy of Windows XP.

  3. LORI WILLIAMS replied on January 16, 2013: » I have gone to the Folder Options by a slightly different route and confirm that items are already ticked or not. The only alteration I have made via support. microsoft is to change the memory dump from kernel to small.

    Well, my latest BSOD showed as BAD_POOL_CALLER and so I googled and one of the sites I found a advice regarding sigverif.txt. I am tempted to buy a new computer, set it up and then clean the hard drive on this one.

  4. GLENN SHELBY replied on January 17, 2013: » The file ntfs.sys may be corrupt, the registry may be corrupt, some type of malware or other infection may be masquerading as the file.

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