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- I need drivers for a DXG 506V camera. I have used the disc and it doesn't seem to actually install the driver, it goes through the motions but when it comes time to plug in the camera windows says no drivers are installed. I have tried using windows to find the drivers on the disc but it never can.
- The PXG 0811 X Prototype Driver is a prototype currently available to our tour staff and now to you. The 0811 X Prototype Driver is a low center of gravity, lower spin option. This driver is engineered to deliver faster ball speeds and more distance off the tee for players with more level or downward attack angles.
The DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE bug check has a value of 0x0000009F. This bug check indicates that the driver is in an inconsistent or invalid power state.
This topic is for programmers. If you are a customer who has received a blue screen error code while using your computer, see Troubleshoot blue screen errors.
Parameter 1 indicates the type of violation.
|Parameter 1||Parameter 2||Parameter 3||Parameter 4||Cause|
The device object
The device object that is being freed still has an outstanding power request that it has not completed.
The target device's device object, if it is available
The device object
The driver object, if it is available
The device object completed the I/O request packet (IRP) for the system power state request, but it did not call PoStartNextPowerIrp.
The physical device object (PDO) of the stack
The blocked IRP
A device object has been blocking an IRP for too long a time.
Time-out value, in seconds.
The thread currently holding onto the Plug-and-Play (PnP) lock.
The power state transition timed out waiting to synchronize with the PnP subsystem.
Physical Device Object of the stack
|The POP_FX_DEVICE object|
Reserved - 0
The device failed to complete a directed power transition within the required amount of time.
The POP_FX_DEVICE object
Indicates if this was a Directed Power Down(1) or Power Up(0) completion.
Reserved - 0
|The device did not complete its Directed Power Transition callback successfully.|
The target device's device object, if available
The device object completed the IRP for the system power state request, but it did not call PoStartNextPowerIrp.
For a description of the possible causes, see the description of each code in the Parameters section.
Debugging bug check 0x9F when Parameter 1 equals 0x3
- In a kernel debugger, use the !analyze -v command to perform the initial bug check analysis. The verbose analysis displays the address of the nt!TRIAGE_9F_POWER structure, which is in Arg3.
The nt!TRIAGE_9F_POWER structure provides additional bug check information that might help you determine the cause of this bug check. The structure can provide a list of all outstanding power IRPs, a list of all power IRP worker threads, and a pointer to the delayed system worker queue.
- Use the dt (Display Type) command and specify the nt!TRIAGE_9F_POWER structure using the address from Arg3.
The dt (Display Type) command displays the structure. You can use various debugger commands to follow the LIST_ENTRY fields to examine the list of outstanding IRPs and the power IRP worker threads.
- Use the !irp command to examine the IRP that was blocked. The address of this IRP is in Arg4.
- Use the !devstack command with the PDO address in Arg2, to display information associated with the faulting driver.
- Use the !poaction command to display the threads that handle the power operations and any allocated power IRPs.
If you are working with a KMDF driver, use the Windows Driver Framework Extensions (!wdfkd) to gather additional information.
Use !wdfkd.wdflogdump <your driver name>, to see if KMDF is waiting for you to ACK any pending requests.
Use !wdfkd.wdfdevicequeues <your WDFDEVICE> to examine all outstanding requests and what state they are in.
Use the !stacks extension to examine the state of every thread and look for a thread that might be holding up the power state transition.
To help you determine the cause of the error, consider the following questions:
- What are the characteristics of the physical device object (PDO) driver (Arg2)?
- Can you find the blocked thread? When you examine the thread with the !thread debugger command, what does the thread consist of?
- Is there IO associated with the thread that is blocking it? What symbols are on the stack?
- When you examine the blocked power IRP, what do you notice?
- What is the PnP minor function code of the power IRP?
Debugging bug check 0x9F when Parameter 1 equals 0x4
- In a kernel debugger, use the !analyze -v command to perform the initial bug check analysis. The verbose analysis displays the address of the nt!TRIAGE_9F_PNP structure, which is in Parameter 4 (arg4).
System32 Drivers Dxgkrnl.sys
The nt!TRIAGE_9F_PNP structure provides additional bug check information that might help you determine the cause of the error. The nt!TRIAGE_9F_PNP structure provides a pointer to a structure that contains the list of dispatched (but not completed) PnP IRPs and provides a pointer to the delayed system worker queue.
- Use the dt (Display Type) command and specify the nt!TRIAGE_9F_PNP structure and the address that you found in Arg4.
The dt (Display Type) command displays the structure. You can use debugger commands to follow the LIST_ENTRY fields to examine the list of outstanding PnP IRPs.
To help you determine the cause of the error, consider the following questions:
Is there an IRP associated with the thread?
Is there any IO in the CompletionQueue?
What symbols are on the stack?
Refer to the additional techniques described above under parameter 0x3.
If you are not equipped to debug this problem using the techniques described above, you can use some basic troubleshooting techniques.
If new device drivers or system services have been added recently, try removing or updating them. Try to determine what changed in the system that caused the new bug check code to appear.
Look in Device Manager to see if any devices are marked with the exclamation point (!). Review the events log displayed in driver properties for any faulting driver. Try updating the related driver.
Check the System Log in Event Viewer for additional error messages that might help pinpoint the device or driver that is causing the error. For more information, see Open Event Viewer. Look for critical errors in the system log that occurred in the same time window as the blue screen.
To try and isolate the cause, temporally disable power save using control panel, power options. Some driver issues are related to the various states of system hibernation and the suspending and resumption of power.
If you recently added hardware to the system, try removing or replacing it. Or check with the manufacturer to see if any patches are available.
You can try running the hardware diagnostics supplied by the system manufacturer.
Check with the manufacturer to see if an updated system ACPI/BIOS or other firmware is available.
The PXG 0811X golf driver is the best on the market for hitting longer, straighter, and more forgiving golf shots. But it also is one of the most expensive drivers so you’re going to have to pay for this performance improvement.
The first thing many who test the PXG 0811X golf driver realize is it produces lower golf shots with low spin. You won’t have to worry about losing shots high and to the right with this driver’s consistent boring low ball flight.
However, it is an adjustable driver which can be controlled by manipulating the hosel and adjustable weights to position the driver on a golf setting that fits your swing best.
Let’s dive into today’s PXG 0811X Golf Driver review and share the technology, design, and other specs you’re looking for before making a buying decision!
The PXG Driver Face Design
PXG uses thermoplastic elastomer in the driver face just like they do in their irons. The reason is that it weighs less than metal and performs more efficiently. PXG engineers layered the elastomer right above the sole to control sound and to save weight for a faster swinging driver.
The crown of the PXG 0811X is matte black and it’s shape is long from toe to heel when looking at it visually during address. The soles are also matte black with silver adjustable weights.
The crown is made of carbon composite which also helps save weight on this driver and create lower spin than previous PXG driver models.
Overall verdict for face design is that it’s sexy, matte black, and lightweight which PXG prides itself for. In the words of owner Bob Parson’s these drivers are “the duck’s nuts.”
PXG 0811X Performance Review
I was fortunate to get a chance to hit balls with this driver at a golf club sales show and my opinion on it may persuade you one way or the other so I encourage you to still do your own due diligence and test out this driver for yourself to see if you vibe with it.
As far as feel, the club face has a large sweet spot to make most golf shots feel good. But a lot of times when I felt like I hit the sweet spot, the ball still didn’t look to great in real life from a ball flight and performance stand point.
It was hard to tell if I actually mis-hit it or not, but judging by the outcome of the shots I could tell they weren’t my best drives sometimes. Whereas with my current Titleist driver, I know almost instantly based off feel that I mishit.
As far as sound, it doesn’t have a high pitch ping sound like most drivers. Instead it’s more muted and comes off more like a clicking sound than a ping sound.
Ball flight was indeed low. I tend to hit lower driver shots already so I tested the 10.5 degree to try and get some extra launch but my swing still produced low flying shots with lots of roll.
While I’m used to low driver shots, I would honestly prefer to find a driver that helps me hit higher shots so I can actually feel like I bombed my drives instead of watching a low running ball.
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Control was okay for me. I still had my occasional hook like I do with my own driver. It seemed a little more severe but likely due to the low ball flight. You give up control when your launch angle goes down hence why wedges and higher lofted irons tend to fly higher and straighter than woods and drivers.
Overall, the performance wasn’t bad. Distance was great, club speed was high and ball speed was high. But for the price tag, I can’t justify buying this driver for myself. I prefer upgrading to another brand’s driver like Callaway, TaylorMade, or continuing with Titleist at a much cheaper cost. (more on that below!)
What Loft Options Does the PXG 0811X Golf Driver Offer?
You can select from three options; 9.0, 10.5, and 12.0 degrees loft. Using the adjustable hosel you can also change the loft plus or minus 1.5 degrees. Since this driver is designed to produce low ball flight and low spin for longer distances, an amateur golfer may be better off choosing a higher loft option like the 10.5 or 12.
How Much Does the PXG 0811X Driver Cost?
The current street price is $850 but as new drivers come out, this price may drop. It’s one of the most expensive driver’s on the market and PXG is considered a luxury golf brand, but the performance is definitely something to consider if you have the budget.
Other options are available around the $500 range such:
- TaylorMade’s M5
- TaylorMade’s M6
- Callaway Epic Flash
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