During last two days I've received two BSODs, both related to "iaStorA.sys+67218".
|Crash Time||2018-04-07 04:30:32|
|Bug Check String||DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL|
|Bug Check Code||0x000000d1|
|Caused By Driver||iaStorA.sys|
|Caused By Address||iaStorA.sys+67218|
|File Description||Intel Rapid Storage Technology Enterprisedriver - x64|
|Product Name||Intel Rapid Storage Technology Enterprisedriver|
|Stack Address 1|
|Stack Address 2|
|Stack Address 3|
|Dump File Size||1 522 732|
|Dump File Time||2018-04-07 05:24:52|
(The 2nd one is attached)
- I was unable to google any "iaStorA.sys"- related BSOD reports, containing "67218". While both my BSODs do contain this address.
- There was no heavy IO.
- The only device, attached to Intel C600+/C220+ controller is a DVD drive:
I have never used it, actually. Just tested - it was able to read some files from an old CD.
- The system is Dell T7910. Please find detailed "Intel® Driver & Support Assistant" report attached.
- I've never seen any issues like that (on this system) before yesterday. The last event, related to "Intel C600+/C220+ series chipset" is from 2017-11-20, e.g. it looks like there are no recent changes here.
- However during last few days I've updated:
- BIOS to A25 (changelog says "Updated Chipset support")
- "LSI 3008 Firmware, Ph15" to "15.01.00.00 ,A04"
- "LSI SAS3008 Windows Drivers for Win10-64" to "220.127.116.11 ,A04 "
- maybe something else. not sure.
- For now, Dell's official driver update tool, "Dell Command | Update" says that everything is up-to-date. So does "Intel® Driver & Support Assistant".
- Any ideas about how to fix this?
- I hope at least disabling both SATA ports from this controller in BIOS. Maybe I'll have to uninstall device as well, if it would be still visible in Device Manager.
- Are you interested in any other info I can collect?