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If it's a bug, it should stand out. LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes #1 (permalink) December 30, 2015, 01:20 PM jalmir Top Prospect Join Date: Jun 2015 Location: Montreal Posts: 191 My System Specs NAS - donimo O/S's, Drivers & General Software 23 December 11, 2007 08:35 PM All times are GMT -7. Any recommendations? this contact form
OS Win7x64 H2SO4 View Public Profile Find More Posts by H2SO4 30 Oct 2009 #8 sargue Windows 7 6 posts It really happens with the "vanilla" install. Either let Windows submit the memory dump to MS, or call up their support and tell them what's going on. Just installed Windows 7 Pro 64 bits (fresh install) and as I hook up my samba share and start accessing files I got the same STOP 0x00000027, RDR_FILE_SYSTEM, rdbss.sys BSOD. I have multiple Windows 7 machines (32bit and 64 bit) at home. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/29959-bsod-when-connected-linux-samba-share.html
It's probably environmental as you say, but then... Everything went fine until I connected to a network share hosted by a Debian Linux box running Samba 3.4.2. I've uninstalled it.
Otherwise, just let the machine upload the minidump to MS and they'll presumably track it. Has anyone else seen this? Quote: Originally Posted by pete I believe this to be a bug in the SMB driver in Windows 7. My System Specs OS Windows 7 sargue View Public Profile Find More Posts by sargue Page 1 of 2 1 2 > BSOD when connected to Linux Samba share « Previous
The time now is 12:51 AM. Googling it I've found some people who have fixed it updating networking drivers or uninstalling the antivirus. I've managed to use a whole morning without glitches (with some access for docs and constantly playing music stored on the samba server). http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=900770 OS Win7x64 H2SO4 View Public Profile Find More Posts by H2SO4 30 Oct 2009 #6 sargue Windows 7 6 posts Same problem here Same problem here.
The Windows 7 PC can see the shared folder under network, but as soon as I click to open it the Windows 8.1 PC crashes and reboots every time. H2SO4 View Public Profile Find More Posts by H2SO4 20 Oct 2009 #4 pete Windows 7 4 posts More information on BSOD (Linux Network Share) I am new You may be "new to WinDBG" but you clearly have skill and knowledge. Their reporting telemetry allows them to work out which issues are likely to be bugs in their code.
They probably have several right now (about 30 and counting...). If you're referring to my suggestion that "security" utilities may be interfering, that interference does not necessarily limit itself to the authentication phase. The problem is that the BSOD is not exactly reproducible. You'd really want to nuke+clean_reinstall_from_scratch first, to rule out as many environmental issues as possible.
Weird. http://fireflybsd.com/bsod-when/bsod-when-turning-off-the-computer.html I believe this to be a bug in the SMB driver in Windows 7. Welcome to the forum, and please consider helping yourself to some of the "why the BSODz??!?" questions Quote: Originally Posted by pete If this is an authentication issue, why would Eventually narrowed down the fault to when I saved a file to a Samba 3.4.0 Ubuntu 8.04 server.
Network & Sharing Samba Share Networkmounting as X,Y,Z works, \\Share\mount notDear admins, power users etc. I had to disconnect it in "safe mode" to be able to boot again. Where to start? navigate here My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Multiple machines in various stages of decomposition.
They're undoubtedly already getting minidumps submitted along these lines. I simply typed \\tower\3LJ2TV1A to make sure nothing was shared so I could then test my mounting script but Windows blue-screened hard. Now I would know if some here have issues with Seven.
It is very unlikely to contain anything to identify you.
Like I said, when I realized this was confined to folders containing a big amount of files I just started doing zip "storage" files before the backup, it takes a bit At least trying to... I had "security = share" which seems to be a rather old way to work. OS Win7x64 H2SO4 View Public Profile Find More Posts by H2SO4 31 Oct 2009 #10 sargue Windows 7 6 posts Quote: Originally Posted by H2SO4 Either let
Suggestions on the hot fix article varies (in case it doesn't work), my favorite being; "stop using Samba shares" ... Whatever it's doing shouldn't cause win7 to crash. Windows won't load, BSOD! his comment is here If it's a bug, it should stand out.
Any recommendations? Quote: Originally Posted by pete Here is the disassembly at the point the exception occurs: ... 8add0e19 50 push eax // push the third function arg 8add0e1a ff750c push dword ptr how can I know? Just installed Windows 7 Pro 64 bits (fresh install) and as I hook up my samba share and start accessing files I got the same STOP 0x00000027, RDR_FILE_SYSTEM, rdbss.sys BSOD.
I was using the free MS Security Essentials. My home network looks like this: 2 laptops (ubuntu/windows7) and a home server (ubuntuServer + Samba). They're undoubtedly already getting minidumps submitted along these lines. Upgraded the networking drivers in my Asus P7P55D.
When I add video source in kodi it can see the PC under SMB, but as soon as I click on it the Windows 8.1 PC it's trying to connect to My System Specs OS Windows 7 sargue View Public Profile Find More Posts by sargue 30 Oct 2009 #7 H2SO4 Win7x64 1,382 posts Quote: Originally Posted by And you say any of your Win7 have it.
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