BSOD because of 'nvraid.sys'

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Solved BSOD because of 'nvraid.sys'

Post by transit_ion on Thu 20 Aug 2009, 10:48 pm


My PC was running great until I updated my NVIDIA driver. Afterwards, the NVIDIA Control Panel Application kept crashing again and again and giving me SATA-Raid Errors. Then, I uninstalled ALL of my NVIDIA drivers and software.

After that, my PC wouldn't start up anymore. It doesn't show that my Raid array is damaged, but it gets to a point and then BSOD:
A problem has been detected ...


STOP: 0x000000D1 (0x00000028, 0x00000002, 0x00000000, 0x87A4BC1C)

nvraid.sys - Address 87A4BC1C base at 87A4A000, DateStamp: 4522ff6b

I've been able to use my Windows Vista Ultimate DVD to get to the System Recovery Options but it doesn't see my RAID array ... but when I start up, and hit F10 for my RAID array options, it not only recognizes the array but says its healthy and working fine; however by boot it says N/A and I can't change the option.

I'm currently writing from my roommate's computer because I can't even get my machine to run.

please help me!


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Solved Re: BSOD because of 'nvraid.sys'

Post by Doctor Inferno on Mon 24 Aug 2009, 2:09 pm


I need you to post more info. E.g. The model of your motherboard, is it onboard raid or a real raid card, etc.

I also hope you have a restore image of your system.

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