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Blue screen of death stop errors.
BSOD 's. Errors A to I
   BSOD 's are not what you want to see, but if your computer has a problem that causes Windows to totally shut down at least Windows tries to tell you what's wrong. This is the most complete list of 0X stop errors that I could find from my research on the net.
   I will be listing as many 0X stop errors as I can find and try to list as much information as I can for each. Many stops have a similar fix and those have a clickable link to the fix. This has been very time consuming and if you find the information helpful please remember to donate a little from a PayPal donation link. Thanks... Dale

   "A worker thread is impersonating another process. The work item forgot to disable impersonation before it returned."

This Stop error occurs when a user-mode subsystem, such as Winlogon or the Client Server Runtime Subsystem (CSRSS), is compromised and security cant be guaranteed. Windows will switch into kernel-mode and generate this error.


   The ACPI BIOS has informed the system that a fatal error has occurred.

This Stop is normally a driver or a system DLL (Dynamic Link Library) file that has been corrupted or is missing. The name of the damaged file may be displayed as part of the message. To repair this you may use your ERD (Emergency Recovery Disk) if you created one or do an "in place" repair of Windows.

   APC_INDEX_MISMATCH

This stop error may be caused by a conflict between KeEnterCriticalRegion and KeLeaveCriticalRegion in a file system. This is normally associated with the 0X00000001 Stop error.

   Audit attempt has failed.

This is a Windows Executive character-mode STOP error.

   BUGCODE_PSS_CRASH_DONE

This means that a physical memory dump has completed

   BUGCODE_PSS_CRASH_INIT

Beginning dump of physical memory

   BUGCODE_PSS_CRASH_PROGRESS

Dumping physical memory to disk.

   DATA_BUS_ERROR

This is normally caused by a parity error from ram, L2 cache or video memory. It can be caused by defective memory or a hardware driver. It normally happens when a driver tries to access an area of the memory that does not exist. Normally this error is caused by a defective or failing hardware.

   DEVICE_QUEUE_NOT_BUSY

This stop error indicates that a device queue was expected to be busy, but was not. This is normally associated with the 0X00000003 stop error.

   INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE

This normally indicates that the system could not find or lost control of the hard drive. A "how to" on hard drives page will be added soon.

   INVALID_AFFINITY_SET

A Windows character-mode Stop message. This stop error indicates a null of incorrect subset affinity. This is normally associated with the 0X00000003 stop error.

   INVALID_DATA_ACCESS_TRAP

This indicates an incorrect data access trap. This is normally associated with the 0X00000004 stop error.

   INVALID_PROCESS_ATTACH_ATTEMPT

A Windows character-mode Stop message. This stop error indicates a problem with an owned mutex or a mutex with a process already attached. This is normally associated with the 0X00000005 stop error.


   INVALID_PROCESS_DETACH_ATTEMPT

A Windows character-mode Stop message. This stop error indicates a problem with an owned mutex or an unclean APC state. This is normally associated with the 0X00000006 stop error.

   INVALID_SOFTWARE_INTERRUPT

A Windows character-mode Stop message. This stop error indicates a level not within the software range. This is normally associated with the 0X00000007 stop error.

   IRQL_NOT_DISPATCH_LEVEL

A Windows character-mode Stop message. This stop error indicates an attempt to remove a device not at the dispatch level. This is normally associated with the 0X00000008 stop error.

   IRQL_NOT_GREATER_OR_EQUAL

A Windows character-mode Stop message. This stop error indicates an IRQL that was expected to be greater or equal, but was not. This is normally associated with the 0X00000009 stop error.

   IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

This Stop error indicates that a kernel-mode process or driver attempted to access a memory address that it did not have permission to access. This is normally associated with the 0X0000000A stop error. It normally occurs due to a faulty device driver. If you are installing or upgrading Windows this can be caused by an incompatible driver or even be caused by antivirus software. If you are upgrading Windows please make sure to clean your system of all temp files and do a complete antivirus and anti-malware scan before attempting your upgrade.


Stop errors :
A to I  -  K to U  -  0X01 to 0X0F  -  0X10 to 0X1F  -  0X20 to 0X2F  -  0X30 to 0X3F
0X40 to 0X4F  -  0X50 to 0X5F  -  0X60 to 0X6F  -  0X70 to 0X7F  -  0X80 to 0X8F
0X90 to 0X9F  -  Stop error repair
 

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