Results verified by WinDBG, DumpCHK, and BlueScreenView.
The Bug_Check was 9F CAUSE atapi.sys which is a Windows component.
Unfortunately the analysis did not reveal any other data than that found in
your report of the minidump and the !irp command.
As you noted BlueScreenView suggests this driver is involved in the issue.
(Pink mean involved in the issue - to toggle between ALL Drivers and Only
Driver found in the stack use OPTIONS - Lower Pane Mode OR toggle
back and forth with F6 and F7 - of course the minidump has to be highlighted
in the top part of BlueScreenView.)
1. Check with its maker's support and for updated versions. If no newer exist then
re-install the same one. Also you may need to uninstall it as a check to see if
it really is involved in the issue. It is not unusual for more than on driver to be
involved in a fault such that both (or more) need to be active for the fault to
2. Use ALL the methods in the previously posted troubleshooters such as
MSCONFIG and you can add trying an elimination process with the Clean
A. Start - type in Search box - MSCONFIG find at top - Right Click - RUN
General Tab - check Diagnostic Start - APPLY / OK - REBOOT
Try it now. If it still blue screens think Video Driver. If not think NIC, Wifi,
Sound, or...... (and it still could be video interacting with something else).
See troubleshooter link above for my generic driver update methods.