I’ve written quite a few article about this bugcheck in the past, however, at the time of writing for those articles, some of my knowledge wasn’t as complete as it is now. I was relatively new to debugging and many of the techniques which I use now, weren’t used at that time. As a result I’ve decided to write a complete debugging guide to solving the two most common Stop 0x9F bugchecks experienced by users.
The guide currently spans 10 pages in a Word document, and therefore is too large to upload as a single post, so a direct download link hosted on WordPress will be provided at the end of this post.
I’m hoping to write more comprehensive complete guides in the future; I want to focus on Stop 0x101 again and investigate the internal structure of the NTFS file system, as well as, more security related topics.
As a side note, the cause for the Stop 0x9F 0x4 example was a ZTE NDIS USB driver, and the first debugging example (Stop 0x9F 0x3) was most likely caused indirectly by a AVG driver.
Download Link – The Complete Guide to Debugging a Stop 0x9F