The last 36h hours i spend googling my problem but couldn't get any help to solve this issue. The time now is 12:51 AM. I had "security = share" which seems to be a rather old way to work. I have multiple Windows 7 machines (32bit and 64 bit) at home. Check This Out
I have a stack trace that shows the frame when the exception occurs: # ChildEBP RetAddr 00 afc17214 8adc5da1 nt!KeBugCheckEx+0x1e 01 afc1723c 8adbc141 rdbss!RxExceptionFilter+0xba (FPO: [2,0,4]) 02 afc17248 8adbadb8 rdbss!RxFsdCommonDispatch+0x7d6 (FPO: It may be environmental after all. But only when i try to connect to a smb share via kodi. Network & Sharing laptop cannot see linux server running samba on the same networkHi, I'm setting up home media server. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/29959-bsod-when-connected-linux-samba-share.html
Like I said, when I realized this was confined to folders containing a big amount of files I just started doing zip "storage" files before the backup, it takes a bit ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.2/ Connection to 0.0.0.2 failed. The Windows 7 PC can see the shared folder under network, but as soon as I click to open it the Windows 8.1 PC crashes and reboots every time.
Anyway, do you think the installation can be considered "vanilla" enough? how can I know? Any recommendations? I can help, but it's far from a trivial ex3rcise, though I suspect you already know that.
No luck. It may be environmental after all. Just installed Windows 7 Pro 64 bits (fresh install) and as I hook up my samba share and start accessing files I got the same STOP 0x00000027, RDR_FILE_SYSTEM, rdbss.sys BSOD. http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=900770 A picture of the BSOD in attached.
Of course when I understood what was causing the BSOD I made a zip of that folder and everything was fine, but that doesn't fix the underlying problem: transferring large amount On the sharing tab from properties>sharing>advanced sharing>permissions: add everyone and check full control>ok On security tab>edit>everyone>full control>ok Now go to control panel>security>change user account control> move one lower>ok find quote Post By far the most likely cause is a 3rd-party "security" driver which is interfering with the network stack in a nasty way - a firewall or anti-virus would be the usual The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.
My System Specs OS Windows 7 sargue View Public Profile Find More Posts by sargue 30 Oct 2009 #7 H2SO4 Win7x64 1,382 posts Quote: Originally Posted by I have to run a Windows 7 virtual machine under KVM on a Linux Ubuntu 12.10 64 bit host to run MS Office 2013. I believe this to be a bug in the SMB driver in Windows 7. Weird.
Has anyone else seen this? http://emec16.com/bsod-when/bsod-when-first-boot-up-of-the-day.php Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... My System Specs OS Windows 7 sargue View Public Profile Find More Posts by sargue 30 Oct 2009 #9 H2SO4 Win7x64 1,382 posts Quote: Originally Posted by Eventually found the fault was in the "security" setting in smb.conf.
No errors in kodi log, just the timeout. I can see the share and it's contents but within 10 minutes Windows 7 will go down with a BSOD complaining about rdbss.sys. Windows (8.1 and Windows 2012) crashes when kodi tries to connect via smb. this contact form Welcome to the forum, and please consider helping yourself to some of the "why the BSODz??!?" questions Quote: Originally Posted by pete If this is an authentication issue, why would
Everything went fine until I connected to a network share hosted by a Debian Linux box running Samba 3.4.2. Vanilla means absolutely nothing that's not on the Windows disc. I secured it by blocking all IPs but the range I...
And you say any of your Win7 have it. They're designed to offer depersonalised triage info. Transferring files to and from the NAS goes fine with larger files, but transferring this folder actually leads to a BSOD because of rdbss.sys. Their reporting telemetry allows them to work out which issues are likely to be bugs in their code.
For what it's worth, none of my Win7 machines do anything like this, despite accessing multiple samba-mounted shares in various ways. If your analysis of the exception-generating instruction is correct, the return value from rdbss!RxFindOrConstructVirtualNetRoot is being fed into the first space for a "local" in that function - [EBP-4]. They were going to use a different color. ;D queeg: I know MS is a big target for ridicule but with 3 Win7 boxes in my house and only more to navigate here OS Win7x64 H2SO4 View Public Profile Find More Posts by H2SO4 30 Oct 2009 #8 sargue Windows 7 6 posts It really happens with the "vanilla" install.
Only after several minutes of being connected do I get the exception. The connection works fine, using my domain account to logon when using Windows XP (in fact, it automatically uses my domain credentials). Changed it to the same as other Samba servers and recommended in the conf file setting and no more BSOD :) Changed "security = share" on smb.conf to "security = user". Any help is greatly appreciated!
At least trying to... I am running the most recently Windows 7 updates as of this morning (October 19th, 2009). Can you upload the minidump? If it's a bug, it should stand out.
The KB from Microsoft seem to be quite read only, I can get to a submit page. The problem is that the BSOD is not exactly reproducible. This happens regardless of what I share. Has anyone else seen this?
They probably have several right now (about 30 and counting...). OS Win7x64 H2SO4 View Public Profile Find More Posts by H2SO4 30 Oct 2009 #6 sargue Windows 7 6 posts Same problem here Same problem here. The PC that crashes is running Windows 8.1 and the PC trying to connect to it is running windows 7. My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Multiple machines in various stages of decomposition.
Microsoft is completely useless on the issue, there is a hot fix for Windows 7, but what about other versions of Windows? Seriously! (Sorry can't find the link to the hot fix) It's my first time playing around with OMV and Samba shares (I do know my way around Linux, just no clue I have no issues transferring large amounts of files to my QNAP NAS (which is Linux based and uses Samba). #4 (permalink) December 30, 2015, 05:03 PM jalmir Top Has anyone else seen this?