MARK EHLERS asked on February 15, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.
Windows7 Home 32Bit Jjune.sys Constant Blue Screen 0xD1
» I first got this BSOD 1 month 3 weeks ago just popped out of no where, I already knew what D1 was Driver issues, or temperature. But I have a custom digital gauge in the front of my Tower reading all internal temps, my PC is well cooled and has never gone over 50C so I know that isn't it. and I checked all my drivers sure enough video and sound were out of date, so I updated. Code is 0x000000D1
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VICTOR STERUP replied on February 19, 2013
- GABRIEL GIRALDO replied on February 15, 2013: » The driver jjune.sys is unknown.
make a full scan with an AntiVirus Scanner like Microsoft Security Essentials and also scan your PC with Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware.
Look at the file versions of the driver and look if you can see the manufacture. Which network related tool do you run?
- MARK EHLERS replied on February 15, 2013: » Well after some research into what runs along with this I pin pointed it to the "RealTek High Definition Audio" driver, and well for some reason my Driver Updater program didn't detect a new version for it! Apparently the last version of the driver [R2.53] is causing major problems with Windows 7 users resulting in BSOD's and complete system lock ups!
I manually updated it to [R2.54] and the jjune.sys in the drivers directory now shows a modification date of 11/10/2010 so I assume I was correct. It's been 1 Hour 32Min since I rebooted the system with the new driver and everything seems to be working fine.
- J OPAALINSKI replied on February 15, 2013: » More than likely though, it would be a hardware issue. I'd remove all the RAM, place 1 stick in at a time and see how it boots with each of them. If that's not the problem, check your HDD, you can hook it up to another computer via a drive adapter or set it as a slave. run a health test on it and if that comes back clean, then you might have a MoBo or Processor issue.
- GRANT HALES replied on February 17, 2013: » Please understand that to troubleshoot the blue screen issues, we usually need to perform debugging. However, we do not provide debugging support here. If you would like to perform debugging, please contact Microsoft Customer Support Service (CSS).
- MARK EHLERS replied on February 18, 2013: » Well it's been 2 days so I believe it's safe to say that it's been fixed! so if anyone else starts getting a 0x00000D1 and you use a reltek audio driver check to see if it needs updating!
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