Solved My working solution to Invalid Data Access Trap


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Over the past week and a half, I must have tried about ten times to upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11. My first attempt was when Microsoft actually offered the upgrade through Windows Update. I got the INVALID DATA ACCESS TRAP BSOD at 29 %. At the second attempt,, the BSOD cam at 86 %, with the message 0xc1900101 - 0x400D error during MIGRATE DATA upon the SECOND BOOT. After that, Windows Update did not again offer to upgrade. I downloaded the ISO, ran it through Virtual CloneDrive. No luck. I downloaded the ISO to a USB drive, no luck either. I searched for solutions and tried all sorts of things that were suggested at various sites. I ran CHKDSK, SFC, DISM. I reverted the default user folder locations (such as the 'Documents' folder) to the C drive. Nothing worked. I disconnected my Microsoft (!) webcam and turned off my printer. All to no avail. I tinkered with DDU of Windows Repair Tool. I don't know whether it did anything, but all drivers were reset to default ones.

I gave up, reconnected my webcam, turned the printer back on and moved the default user folders back to the D drive. Somebody suggested running in save mode before upgrading, but that did not work either. Then I tried one last thing, which wasn't suggested anywhere. And I got the upgrade to succeed. What I did was changing the system configuration through msconfig to starting up selectively, with only loading system services and startup components. I disconnected from the internet.

After the upgrade completed, I was not able to connect to the internet, so I rebooted after changing back to starting up normally through msconfig. All I got was another BSOD. I used my Macrium Reflect recovery environment in order to restore this morning's Windows 10 system image. That did not work on account of 'insufficient disk space'. Eventually, I managed to get Reflect to repair the (what it said was) the Windows 10 boot loader. When I restarted, I found Windows 11 in all its glory. I connected to the internet and ran Windows Update. Since then I have changed some personalisation settings and have rebooted half a dozen times. Everything is working well .… I have successfully created another system image and I am creating another system recovery disk. But this last thing has now been running for three hours and still hasn't finished.
 
Windows Build/Version
Windows 11 21H2 22000.469 (Dutch)

My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows 11 Pro
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    CPU
    Intel Core i7 10700KF @ 3.80GHz Comet Lake 14nm Technol
    Motherboard
    Gigabyte Technology Co. Ltd. Z590 UD AC (U3E1)
    Memory
    32,0GB Dual channel unknown @ 6291MHz (19-19-19-43)
    Graphics Card(s)
    2 × 2047MBNVIDIA GeForce GT 630 (HP)
    Sound Card
    Realtek High Definition Audio
    Monitor(s) Displays
    3 × DELL E2420H (1920x1080@60Hz) plus 1 × DELL P2414H (1920x1080@60Hz)
    Screen Resolution
    1920 × 1080
    Hard Drives
    7452GB Seagate ST8000VX004-2M1101 (SATA ) 50 °C
    3726GB Western Digital WDC WD40PURZ-85TTDY0 (SATA )
    Keyboard
    Corsair K95 RGB Platinum SE
    Mouse
    Evoluent VerticalMouse 4
    Internet Speed
    5G
    Browser
    FireFox, Vivaldi, Edge
    Antivirus
    Microsoft
I do it too, Before upgrading to a new build I always go to Startup and disable all third-party applications. Also I disable any non-Microsoft service from msconfig. If you have a third-party antivirus disable it permanently or even unistall it before upgrade so it won't interfere and screw the upgrade process.
 

My Computers

System One System Two

  • OS
    Windows 11 Pro 23H2 64-bit (build 22631.3672)
    Computer type
    Laptop
    Manufacturer/Model
    Acer Extensa 5630EZ
    CPU
    Mobile DualCore Intel Core 2 Duo T7250, 2000 MHz
    Motherboard
    Acer Extensa 5630
    Memory
    4GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    Mobile Intel(R) GMA 4500M (Mobile 4 series)
    Sound Card
    Realtek ALC268 @ Intel 82801IB ICH9 - High Definition Audio Controller
    Monitor(s) Displays
    1
    Screen Resolution
    1280x800
    Hard Drives
    Samsung SSD 850 EVO 250GB SATA Device (250 GB, SATA-III)
    Internet Speed
    VDSL 50 Mbps
    Browser
    MICROSOFT EDGE
    Antivirus
    WINDOWS DEFENDER
    Other Info
    Legacy MBR installation, no TPM, no Secure Boot, no WDDM 2.0 graphics drivers, cannot get more unsupported ;) This is only my test laptop. I had installed Windows 11 here before upgrading my main PC. For my main PC I use everyday see my 2nd system specs.
  • Operating System
    Windows 11 Pro v23H2 (build 22631.3672)
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    Manufacturer/Model
    Custom-built PC
    CPU
    Intel Core-i7 3770 3.40GHz s1155 (3rd generation)
    Motherboard
    Asus P8H61 s1155 ATX
    Memory
    2x Kingston Hyper-X Blu 8GB DDR3-1600
    Graphics card(s)
    Gainward NE5105T018G1-1070F (nVidia GeForce GTX 1050Ti 4GB GDDR5)
    Sound Card
    Realtek HD audio (ALC887)
    Monitor(s) Displays
    Sony Bravia KDL-19L4000 19" LCD TV via VGA
    Screen Resolution
    1440x900 32-bit 60Hz
    Hard Drives
    Patriot Burst Elite 480GB SSD as system disk, Western Digital Caviar Purple 4TB SATA III (WD40PURZ) as second
    PSU
    Thermaltake Litepower RGB 550W Full Wired
    Case
    SUPERCASE MIDI-TOWER
    Cooling
    Stock Intel CPU Fan, 1x 8cm fan at the back
    Mouse
    Sunnyline OptiEye PS/2
    Keyboard
    Mitsumi 101-key PS/2
    Internet Speed
    100Mbps
    Browser
    Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox
    Antivirus
    Microsoft Windows Defender
    Other Info
    Legacy BIOS (MBR) installation, no TPM, no Secure Boot, WDDM 3.0 graphics drivers, WEI score 7.4
Thank you Willem Dubelaar for your post.

I was upgrading from a Dell T3600 running Windows 10 Pro to Windows 11 Pro moving it over to a Dell 7070 with Windows 11 on a 256 GB NVMe M.2 2230 SSD . I cloned the old drive to a 512GB SATA SSD successfully and plugged it into the 7070 and booted up the Windows 11 it has on the NVMe and successfully ran the MBR2GPT command prompt utility to convert from the old T3600 MBR format to the GPT format required to install Windows 11. I then booted into the BIOS and changed the boot order to boot the 512 GB SSD. That worked and I booted up the Windows 10 Pro and let it install all the drivers for the I5-9500 cpu Intel chipset and everything the Dell 7070 motherboard required. No problems so far. Then I created a Win 11 23H2 bootable flash drive, ran the setup on it, and proceeded to upgrade to Windows 11. All was normal on phase 1, then upon rebooting into phase 2 it went all the way to 87% and then BSOD'ed with the "INVALID DATA ACCESS TRAP" BSOD and reverted back to Windows 10. I uninstalled the AVG anti-virus and other non-essential utils such as the AVG Anti-Track, etc. Reran the Win 11 setup and still got the same BSOD at 87% of phase 2. I flashed the Dell BIOS, and made sure the Secure Boot and TPM were enabled. Still crashed at 87%. Googled more until I got to this post. Hmm... maybe I need to run MSCONFIG and set "selective startup". Did that, rebooted, reran the Win 11 setup, told it to keep programs and data, and walked away for awhile. When I can back a half hour later to check on it I was pleased to see the Windows 11 desktop (Win 10 didn't have a password set so it auto-signed in to the desktop). I checked and it is a fully activated Windows 11 Pro 23H2 OS. The Device Manager has everything correct, and running MSCONFIG shows that it is booting in "Normal" mode so I have sound, Internet, etc. so the upgrade appeared to be successful. I then ran the most important program, QuickBooks Pro, and it came up normally (whew). The only thing missing was Win 11 didn't see the 256 GB NVMe M.2 drive at all. rebooting and pressing F-12 to get the Dell startup menu showed both drives so the M.2 was there and not accidentally turned off, but Windows 11 was not seeing it. Rebooted back into the BIOS to see what other item needed to be changed. Ah ha, I needed to go into UEFI Boot Path Security and set it to NEVER instead of the default which is "Always,Except Internal HDD". Save and reboot and Windows 11 Pro sees the 256 GB M.2 SSD.
I still have no idea what driver in Windows 10 was BSODing the Windows 11 upgrade, but using the "Selective startup" option in MSCONFIG did the trick and I now have Windows 11 Pro running on the Dell 7070 with all programs and data.

Thanks again for posting this 2 years ago. It solved my headache over the "INVALID DATA ACCESS TRAP" BSOD.
 
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My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows 10
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    Manufacturer/Model
    Dell T3610
You probably need some storage controller drivers before Windows 11 can see the other drive. Check in Device Manager to see if any device has a yellow ! meaning some driver is missing or not properly installed.
 

My Computers

System One System Two

  • OS
    Windows 11 Pro 23H2 64-bit (build 22631.3672)
    Computer type
    Laptop
    Manufacturer/Model
    Acer Extensa 5630EZ
    CPU
    Mobile DualCore Intel Core 2 Duo T7250, 2000 MHz
    Motherboard
    Acer Extensa 5630
    Memory
    4GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    Mobile Intel(R) GMA 4500M (Mobile 4 series)
    Sound Card
    Realtek ALC268 @ Intel 82801IB ICH9 - High Definition Audio Controller
    Monitor(s) Displays
    1
    Screen Resolution
    1280x800
    Hard Drives
    Samsung SSD 850 EVO 250GB SATA Device (250 GB, SATA-III)
    Internet Speed
    VDSL 50 Mbps
    Browser
    MICROSOFT EDGE
    Antivirus
    WINDOWS DEFENDER
    Other Info
    Legacy MBR installation, no TPM, no Secure Boot, no WDDM 2.0 graphics drivers, cannot get more unsupported ;) This is only my test laptop. I had installed Windows 11 here before upgrading my main PC. For my main PC I use everyday see my 2nd system specs.
  • Operating System
    Windows 11 Pro v23H2 (build 22631.3672)
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    Manufacturer/Model
    Custom-built PC
    CPU
    Intel Core-i7 3770 3.40GHz s1155 (3rd generation)
    Motherboard
    Asus P8H61 s1155 ATX
    Memory
    2x Kingston Hyper-X Blu 8GB DDR3-1600
    Graphics card(s)
    Gainward NE5105T018G1-1070F (nVidia GeForce GTX 1050Ti 4GB GDDR5)
    Sound Card
    Realtek HD audio (ALC887)
    Monitor(s) Displays
    Sony Bravia KDL-19L4000 19" LCD TV via VGA
    Screen Resolution
    1440x900 32-bit 60Hz
    Hard Drives
    Patriot Burst Elite 480GB SSD as system disk, Western Digital Caviar Purple 4TB SATA III (WD40PURZ) as second
    PSU
    Thermaltake Litepower RGB 550W Full Wired
    Case
    SUPERCASE MIDI-TOWER
    Cooling
    Stock Intel CPU Fan, 1x 8cm fan at the back
    Mouse
    Sunnyline OptiEye PS/2
    Keyboard
    Mitsumi 101-key PS/2
    Internet Speed
    100Mbps
    Browser
    Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox
    Antivirus
    Microsoft Windows Defender
    Other Info
    Legacy BIOS (MBR) installation, no TPM, no Secure Boot, WDDM 3.0 graphics drivers, WEI score 7.4
A buggy Intel tool. The most obscure Windows BSODs are caused by third party software the Windows installer can't read.
 

My Computers

System One System Two

  • OS
    Windows 11 Pro 24H2
    Computer type
    Laptop
    Manufacturer/Model
    HP ZBook G2
    CPU
    Intel® Core i7 5500u
    Motherboard
    HP
    Memory
    8 GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    Intel HD Family Graphics AMD Firepro 4150M
    Sound Card
    Realtek High Audio
    Hard Drives
    1 TB SSD
    Mouse
    HP USB Mouse
    Antivirus
    Zone Alarm Free Antivirus/Zone Alarm Free Firewall NEXT GEN
  • Operating System
    Windows 11 Pro 24H2
    Computer type
    Laptop
    Manufacturer/Model
    HP Zbook G4
    CPU
    Xeon 1535m v6
    Motherboard
    HP
    Memory
    32 GB
    Graphics card(s)
    AMD Quadro Pro 4100
    Sound Card
    Bang and Olufson Audio
    Hard Drives
    1TB SSD
    Mouse
    HP USB Mouse
    Antivirus
    Zone Alarm Free Antivirus/Zone Alarm Free Firewall NEXT GEN
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