Windows 10: BSOD - iaStorAC.sys driver is ALWAYS THE CAUSE - HOW TO DELETE??

Discus and support BSOD - iaStorAC.sys driver is ALWAYS THE CAUSE - HOW TO DELETE?? in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; Hello all, I didn't see a similar post anywhere on this particular BSOD issue. So forgive me for a possible duplicate post. COMPUTER SPECIFICS: -... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by gaucho, Jan 13, 2020.

  1. gaucho Win User

    BSOD - iaStorAC.sys driver is ALWAYS THE CAUSE - HOW TO DELETE??


    Hello all, I didn't see a similar post anywhere on this particular BSOD issue. So forgive me for a possible duplicate post.

    COMPUTER SPECIFICS:

    - Windows 10 Home
    - HP ENVY 360
    - 8 GB RAM
    - 64 bit OS and processor
    - Intel Core i5 processor (7th Generation) --**Although in my IDE Controllers driver list it still lists a 6th Generation Intel**
    - I don't use any other type of AVS except Windows Defender.

    WHAT HAPPENS:
    - BSOD giving me a stopcode error: MEMORY MANAGEMENT
    - ONLY happens when I am watching a video on the Windows 10 default "Movies & TV" video app.
    - There are NO OTHER BSOD stopcode errors, its always the same one.
    - It happens with and without having any browsers or any other significant applications open.

    WHAT I HAVE DONE:
    - Deleted/disabled the Intel Rapid Storage Technology program and service
    - Disabled the service associated with this IRST.
    - Deleted TWO folders in the Windows/System 32/DriverStore/File Repository that included this 'iaStorAC.sys' file!!!!!

    Screenshot of dump is attached
    BSOD - iaStorAC.sys driver is ALWAYS THE CAUSE - HOW TO DELETE?? [​IMG]
    .

    You see that the crash happened three times on this particular day and every time it's the same driver cause. I've deleted this driver from everywhere on the computer that I know of....

    WHAT ELSE - WHERE ELSE DOES THIS DRIVER FILE EXIST....?!?!?

    Or what does someone else suggest is the problem?

    Thank you!

    :)
     
    gaucho, Jan 13, 2020
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  2. gaucho Win User

    BSOD - iaStorAC.sys driver is ALWAYS THE CAUSE - HOW TO DELETE??

    Hello all, I didn't see a similar post anywhere on this particular BSOD issue. So forgive me for a possible duplicate post.

    COMPUTER SPECIFICS:

    - Windows 10 Home
    - HP ENVY 360
    - 8 GB RAM
    - 64 bit OS and processor
    - Intel Core i5 processor (7th Generation) --**Although in my IDE Controllers driver list it still lists a 6th Generation Intel**
    - I don't use any other type of AVS except Windows Defender.

    WHAT HAPPENS:
    - BSOD giving me a stopcode error: MEMORY MANAGEMENT
    - ONLY happens when I am watching a video on the Windows 10 default "Movies & TV" video app.
    - There are NO OTHER BSOD stopcode errors, its always the same one.
    - It happens with and without having any browsers or any other significant applications open.

    WHAT I HAVE DONE:
    - Deleted/disabled the Intel Rapid Storage Technology program and service
    - Disabled the service associated with this IRST.
    - Deleted TWO folders in the Windows/System 32/DriverStore/File Repository that included this 'iaStorAC.sys' file!!!!!

    Screenshot of dump is attached
    BSOD - iaStorAC.sys driver is ALWAYS THE CAUSE - HOW TO DELETE?? [​IMG]
    .

    You see that the crash happened three times on this particular day and every time it's the same driver cause. I've deleted this driver from everywhere on the computer that I know of....

    WHAT ELSE - WHERE ELSE DOES THIS DRIVER FILE EXIST....?!?!?

    Or what does someone else suggest is the problem?

    Thank you!
     
    gaucho, Jan 13, 2020
    #2
  3. wdf01000.sys and ntoskrnl.exe BSOD

    I'm on Windows 10, 64bit

    Basically, whenever I try to update my LPC controller through Device Manager, BSOD with WDF_VIOLATION occurs (culprit being wdf01000.sys)

    So I try to use the driver verifier to see which driver is causing the BSOD, but then it causes BSOD (cultprit being ntoskrnl.exe)

    Have no idea which driver is causing them

    Please help!

    Here are my list of drivers and system info: Documents
     
    interestingkid005140, Jan 13, 2020
    #3
  4. BSOD - iaStorAC.sys driver is ALWAYS THE CAUSE - HOW TO DELETE??

    BSOD - driver_irql_not_less_or_equal (l1c63x64.sys)

    Hi Seung,

    Sorry for the inconvenience caused by BSOD - driver_irql_not_less_or_equal (l1c63x64.sys).

    Please let us know the make/model of your computer.

    The L1C63x64.sys is the Atheros LAN driver and I would suggest to uninstall and reinstall the Atheros LAN driver but install the latest Atheros LAN driver by visiting the manufacture's website and avoid using any LAN driver available though Windows Update.

    However the problem could also be with any VPN software and other software so make sure you have the latest version of each of these software.

    If the errors continue uninstall the VPN software and check if the issue persist.

    Hope this helps. Get back to us for further queries for BSOD - driver_irql_not_less_or_equal (l1c63x64.sys). We are happy to help!
     
    Joy Kemprai, Jan 13, 2020
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