problem with Nortons Speeddisk

Discussion in 'NZ Computing' started by Craig Sutton, Jul 7, 2004.

  1. Craig Sutton

    Craig Sutton Guest

    During a scan with Nortons speeddisk (from Nortons Systemworks 2003)
    It starts to scan etc and then pops up this error message

    SD32 caused an invalid page fault in
    module SD32ENG.DLL at 017f:004995aa.
    Registers:
    EAX=0fffffff CS=017f EIP=004995aa EFLGS=00010246
    EBX=00000001 SS=0187 ESP=0086f050 EBP=0086f2e8
    ECX=02b50010 DS=0187 ESI=02614df4 FS=331f
    EDX=bffc9490 ES=0187 EDI=bffa0f0e GS=0000
    Bytes at CS:EIP:
    8b 04 81 25 ff ff ff 0f 89 85 8c fd ff ff eb 46
    Stack dump:
    bff7b828 81a4dabc bff741f7 bffc9490 bff7b84e 00000001 0004cac2 00000022
    00000200 0fffffff 0086f0f9 0086f084 00480121 00000022 00000004 0fffffff

    Any ideas? yes I already un-installed it and reinstalled it, same problem
    though.

    It use to work fine. Hard drive is fine and error free.
     
    Craig Sutton, Jul 7, 2004
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  2. In article <cch0cm$i9m$>,
    says...
    > During a scan with Nortons speeddisk (from Nortons Systemworks 2003)
    > It starts to scan etc and then pops up this error message
    >
    > SD32 caused an invalid page fault in


    This is a long shot, but:

    did you try to shut the computer down, turn it off at the wall, wait 10
    seconds and then restart it?

    I have, on a few occasions, had serious memory corruption errors that
    persisted through a shutting down of computer due to ATX mobos always
    being powered up, with exactly the kind of symptom you describe (or Win
    booting to a blank screen, or ... or ...)

    TOTAL power down is always the first thing I try these days if my
    computer starts behaving seriously screwy.

    -Peter
     
    Peter Huebner, Jul 7, 2004
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  3. Craig Sutton

    ~misfit~ Guest

    Craig Sutton wrote:
    > During a scan with Nortons speeddisk (from Nortons Systemworks 2003)
    > It starts to scan etc and then pops up this error message
    >
    > SD32 caused an invalid page fault in
    > module SD32ENG.DLL at 017f:004995aa.
    > Registers:
    > EAX=0fffffff CS=017f EIP=004995aa EFLGS=00010246
    > EBX=00000001 SS=0187 ESP=0086f050 EBP=0086f2e8
    > ECX=02b50010 DS=0187 ESI=02614df4 FS=331f
    > EDX=bffc9490 ES=0187 EDI=bffa0f0e GS=0000
    > Bytes at CS:EIP:
    > 8b 04 81 25 ff ff ff 0f 89 85 8c fd ff ff eb 46
    > Stack dump:
    > bff7b828 81a4dabc bff741f7 bffc9490 bff7b84e 00000001 0004cac2
    > 00000022 00000200 0fffffff 0086f0f9 0086f084 00480121 00000022
    > 00000004 0fffffff
    >
    > Any ideas? yes I already un-installed it and reinstalled it, same
    > problem though.
    >
    > It use to work fine. Hard drive is fine and error free.


    Can't help with your current problem but I would like to mention that I have
    Systemworks '03 and used to use it on a couple of machine and use Speedisk
    regularly. It's very disk-intensive (and I didn't notice any speed
    inprovements afterwards as they claim) and I had two HDDs fail while running
    Speedisk. Granted they were 'older' HDDs but I refuse to use it anymore,
    anything that stresses the HDD that much can't be good. Even for new disks.
    I use Diskeeper now and am very happy with it.
    --
    ~misfit~
     
    ~misfit~, Jul 8, 2004
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  4. Craig Sutton

    Craig Sutton Guest

    "~misfit~" <> wrote in message news:3j2Hc.8437> >
    > > It use to work fine. Hard drive is fine and error free.

    >
    > Can't help with your current problem but I would like to mention that I

    have
    > Systemworks '03 and used to use it on a couple of machine and use Speedisk
    > regularly. It's very disk-intensive (and I didn't notice any speed
    > inprovements afterwards as they claim) and I had two HDDs fail while

    running
    > Speedisk. Granted they were 'older' HDDs but I refuse to use it anymore,
    > anything that stresses the HDD that much can't be good. Even for new

    disks.
    > I use Diskeeper now and am very happy with it.
    > --
    > ~misfit~
    >
    >

    Funny enough its decided to work fine now!
     
    Craig Sutton, Jul 8, 2004
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