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Kernel_data_inpage_error(spaceport.sys) on boot

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Hi, I've just bought a new pc (Clevo w370SS) and installed windows 8 pro, throught my University. And I noticed that on half the times I'm turning the pc on, this error shows up mid-booting up "kernel_data_inpage_error(spaceport.sys)" the pc proceds to restart the booting up and it works the second time... But this error can´t be good, and the pc is only a few days old..

 

I also noticed I have two devices with yellow triangle the windows can´t update or install drivers for:

Network driver - Localization: Barring PCI 3, driver 0, Function 0

Unknown device - Localization: in System compatible with Microsoft ACPI

Help please!
Should I post the DMP file?

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Since you just installed the OS, wipe it and re-install from scratch again.

 

Make sure you have all the proper Windows 8 compliant drivers from the manufacturer/vendor.

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Since you just installed the OS, wipe it and re-install from scratch again.

 

Make sure you have all the proper Windows 8 compliant drivers from the manufacturer/vendor.

Is that the only option?

Also, how do I wipe it?

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It is the best option.

 

When you install the OS, delete the partition and reformat the drive.

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It is the best option.

 

When you install the OS, delete the partition and reformat the drive.

So I did it, installed the drivers and everything, and then I noticed one of my disks as disappeared. I went to disk management and it's there, in blue, but when I try to format it or delet it, it says the system can´t do it

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That was quick...

 

When you look in Device Manager, all hardware devices are properly identified with proper hardware drivers ?

 

What disk, on what controller and how is it connected to the system ?

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That was quick...

 

When you look in Device Manager, all hardware devices are properly identified with proper hardware drivers ?

 

What disk, on what controller and how is it connected to the system ?

It's a good Pc :P

Got the disk working, it needed to me named.

I still get the same devices with yellow triangle I had before the formatting...

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I don't understand the language so...

 

Capture an image of Device Manager.  I want to see if there is hardware that is unidentified.  See below example

 

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Which goes back to Post #6
 

When you look in Device Manager, all hardware devices are properly identified with proper hardware drivers ?

 
The answer is no. 
 
Which brings us back to...  "...bought a new pc (Clevo w370SS) ..."

 

I am not familiar with this Taiwanese manufacturer;  http://www.clevo.com.tw/

 

We need to get the drivers for this platform.

 

We may have to go to the reseller or the one that integrated Clevo hardware into a platform.

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I am having problems locating a support site for the hardware.

 

If you provide more information on its Make and Model then maybe we can get what is needed.  One has to be careful as there are MANY unscrupulous web sites that say they have drivers.  We have to get them from the manufacturer, vendor or the one integrated the parts into the platform.

 

This may or may not include the reseller.

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The model is W370SS, but there site only has drivers for w8.1...

When I bought the pc the seller said I could use the drivers Cd that came with the box for w8 pro... And I installed all of them

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The flavour of Windows 8 is not important.  All that matters is that are are Windows 8 32bit or Windows 8 64bit drivers depending on if you installed Windows 8 32bit or Windows 8 64bit OS.

 

If you have a Drivers Disk that supports Windows 8, you missed "something".

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Hum... It had a list of 10 drivers and I installed them all. But the cd did have other menus, so there might be something there

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OK.  Then it may be an Ethernet driver and/or a WiFi Driver.

 

Desktop or notebook computer ?

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OK.  Then it may be an Ethernet driver and/or a WiFi Driver.

 

Desktop or notebook computer ?

Well, the network driver I know I installed... When I can check the others. Thanks

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Well, the network driver I know I installed... When I can check the others. Thanks

 

Then if you have a notebook you have Ethernet and WiFi.

 

One of the two types still has to be installed.

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Found another page with "optional drivers" on the CD and it took care of the Network Driver:)

Unfortunatly I also found out that the Unknown driver is for "airplane mode" and the driver in the CD is not compatible with my Os version...Is this important? 

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