Category Archives: Stop 0x1A

Debugging Stop 0x1A – Corrupt PTE Undocumented Parameters Revealed

A very good post on Sysnative from muhahaa, illustrating the meanings behind the undocumented parameters seen in a Stop 0x1A, as result of a corrupt PTE. Re: Need help with random BSOD’s (Packard Bell EasyNote ML61) I’m also planning on … Continue reading

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Debugging Stop 0x1A – Working Set Free List Corrupt

Another simple memory management case to debug, I thought I explained working set beforehand, but it seems that isn’t true so I’ll also be explaining working set and the Working Set Manager. The first parameter indicates the subtype of the … Continue reading

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Debugging Stop 0x1A – Corrupt Image Relocation Table

This blog is most likely, going to be more of me attempting to explain relocation and the relocation fix up table. The first parameter indicates that image relocation fix-up table has become corrupt, the image relocation table is a table … Continue reading

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Debugging Stop 0x1A – Out of Sync PFNs and Page Tables

I’ve seen this bugcheck and it’s parameter 403, becoming more common recently, and therefore thought I would share how I go around debugging the problem. Stop 0x1As rarely tell us what the parameters actually indicate and substitute to, therefore we … Continue reading

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Debugging Stop 0x1A – MEMORY_MANAGEMENT

Thanks muhahaa for pointing the PFN data structure out to me. A Stop 0x1A is quite common in my opinion, and usually is caused by two things: device drivers and RAM. Although, other causes can include the Windows Kernel and … Continue reading

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