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Unread 20-04-2009, 03:33 AM   #1
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Fault Bucket error

I've been getting this fault bucket error with windows explorer crashing. I've googled it, but haven't found anything as of yet.
This is what I get:

Faulting application explorer.exe, version 6.0.2900.5512, faulting module unknown, version 0.0.0.0, fault address 0x04bd2474.


Fault bucket 899191175.


Attached is the event on a text page.

Any help to reslove this will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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Re: Fault Bucket error

Does it crash randomly, or only when you open My Computer or browse through any specific folder ? The unknown faulting module in the error report is not helpful at all.
Run memtest for a couple of hours and see if it throws up any error.

otherwise run Process Explorer from Sysinternals, and find the threads running in explorer.exe Find the module information of each thread, and check their versions.
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Re: Fault Bucket error

Thanks. I actually bsod today. I'm going to run a memory test using Knopix live cd overnight. Hopefully, it'll tell me something in the morning.
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Re: Fault Bucket error

I just did a memory test overnight. Here's a couple of pics from the results. Any other ideas what this fault bucket could be caused from?



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Re: Fault Bucket error

The pictures are so low resolution, does it show 0 errors or 8 errors ?
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Re: Fault Bucket error

It shows 0. I'll upload the full resolution pics or at least 1 of them.
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Re: Fault Bucket error

I redid the memory test again, this time using memtest 86 v 3.5 I got the same results as with the Knoppix disc. Attached is a pic of the results. I'm now thinking that it's either the operating system got corrupted somehow or one of the cores of my cpu. Still stumped at this one.
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Re: Fault Bucket error

When does windows explorer crash ? Does it happen randomly ? Does Explorer also crash in Windows Safe Mode ?
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Re: Fault Bucket error

explorer crashes at random times. I've even had it crashing when closing out browser. It has crashed when I'm closing out a folder, like where I keep some avi files or where I record in mpeg & had iso images. When I bsod, I was using virtualdub, downloading a file & opening up a couple of folders. I had my main hard drive crash on me several weeks ago, beginning-middle of March. I installed new hard drive, installed windows, then used my restore image to bring back to previous state. The drive letter for main drive was different & was changed during the restore. I'm starting to lean towards it being o.s. corruption somewhere. It's a real puzzle.
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Re: Fault Bucket error

Did you search the entire registry and checked if there are any references to the previous drive letter ? If the registry is corrupt then it's quite normal to have random BSOD's.
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