The best way to fix driver state failure is with bsod ntoskrnl.exe.August 23, 2020 by Steven Colson
Over the past few weeks, some of our readers have encountered a bsod ntoskrnl.exe driver power failure issue.
Driver Power Error Blue Screen - 0x0000009f The startup error screen is usually caused by a driver issue. Error loading driver ntoskrnl.exe - This error message sometimes displays the name of the file that caused the error.
We can analyze minidumps if you make them available in
OneDrive or other file-sharing sites (like MediaFire). if you have
Problems downloading minidumps copy them to desktop or
Folder with documents and download them from there.
Add files to OneDrive
Upload photos and files
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/onedrive/add-photos-files < w>
One-Drive - share files and folders and change permissions
Compress or load contents of C: \ Windows \ minidump
http://social.technet.microsoft .com / Forums / de-US / w7itproui / thread / 4fc10639-02db-4665-993a-08d865088d65
Do this too to see the likely blue screens.
Windows Vista will automatically restart if your computer encounters an error that causes it.
destroy. (also Windows 7 and 8)
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This could be a problem with feeding, although this is not the most common cause.
9f is probably a driver issue. Antivirus / anti-spyware / security software can also cause this
Have you recently added devices or updated drivers? Be sure to check Windows
Updates to see if the driver has already been updated. It could also be
caused by a loose board or cable, or even a weak power supply.
This error means that the driver is not handling the power state correctly. Registration
Control Panel - Device Manager to make sure essential drivers are not disabled
standby - double click graphic card - NIC and WIFI - Sound and
Other - Power Management tab - uncheck the Turn off computer box.
Maybe only one person has a problem.
(Use RUN instead of Start - Search as in Vista or Windows 7.)
WINKEY + X - EXECUTE - Enter MSCONFIG.exe
General tab - Check the start of diagnostics - APPLY / OK - RESTART
Try this now. If there are still blue screens, consider a videodriver. Otherwise, consider a network adapter, Wi-Fi,
Sound or ..... (and it could be video interacting with something else).
See the troubleshooting link above for my general driver update methods.
Error check 0x9F: DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE <- Read this link
BCCode: 9F 0x0000009F <- Read this link
http://www.faultwire.com/solutions -fatal_error / DRIVER-POWER-STATE-FAILURE-0x0000009F- * 1167.html? order = date
Driver Verifier can help you find some BSOD problems:
Using Driver Verifier to Identify Windows Driver Issues for Power Users
How to troubleshoot driver problems in Windows Vista or 7 (and Windows 8).
Using Driver Verifier
Using Driver Verifier
You can disable fundsabout driver checker
WINKEY + X - RUN - Type -> Check / Reset press Enter to disable
Use BlueScreenView to see if the driver is listed in the error message. Also
During BlueScreen, contact MyEventViewer.
If DriverVerifier does a minidump, download it and post a link here so we can
Here's my general guide to correct driver updates:
This utility makes it easy to see the downloaded versions: Run DriverView -
Configure VIEW to hide Microsoft drivers - update them without a dump in their names.
(Also update BIOS and low-level chipset drivers)
DriverView utility - freeware - displays a list of all currently loaded device drivers.
on your system. There is additional useful information for each driver in the list
displayed: driver download address, description, version, product name,
The company that created the pilot and much more.
For drivers selectSystem Maker as backup and Device Maker as
last. Control Panel - Device Manager - Graphics Cards - Note
Make and model of your video adapter - double click - driver
Tab - Note the version information. Now click on Update Driver (this may not be possible
everything MS is well behind driver certification) - then right click - Uninstall -
REBOOT updates the driver stack.
Repeat this process for Network - Network Card (NIC), WLAN, Sound, Mouse and
Keyboard if third-party vendors have their own software, drivers, etc.
You have a main device driver.
Now go to System Maker site (Dell, HP, Toshiba as examples) (as rollback)
then the device manufacturer website (Realtek, Intel, Nvidia, ATI as examples) and get
their latest versions. (See System section for BIOS, chipset and software updates. Author's site while you are on it.)
Download - SAVE - go where you put them - Right click - RUN ADMIN -
REBOOT After each installation ovki.
Always check your version in the "Device Manager" - "Drivers" tab
The installation is actually displayed. Indeed, some pilots are reset to
The latest version is installed (especially the audio driver). So install the driver - restart your computer
- Make sure it is installed and repeat the process if necessary.
Repeat this with the device manufacturers - by the way, with the device manufacturers DO NOT CARRY THE SCANNER
- Manual check by model.
Search for drivers manually on the websites of device manufacturers and manufacturers.
Windows 8 / 8.1 - Hardware and Drivers
Windows 8 / 8.1 - Why can't Windows find my device?
Windows 8 / 8.1 - What happens if the device is not installed correctly? http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-8/what-device-isnt-installed-properly
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