Satellite L650 - blue screen - driver_irql_not_less_or_equal iastor.sys

Toshiba Satellite L650, Windows 7, Intel Core i3 processor.
My computer suddenly restarted and I get a blue screen with a message - 'iastor.sys' does not.

Anyone encountered before?
How can it be resolved?



iastor.sys seems belongs to the SATA/controller HARD disk controller.
Eventually he deliver s HARD drive.
However, you can try to reinstall the Storage Manager Intel because this package contains this file.

If this is not enough, try to restore the system using the recovery disc or HARD drive recovery...
Take a look in the manual mode for more details...

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