Most of the users that have (and are) experiencing this issue have Windows 7/10 operating systems installed on their computers. The root cause of this problem is the conflicts that are arising between some of your system drivers and the Marvell 9123 Disk Controller. The drivers that you might be running on your computer might be obsolete or just plain incompatible. But probably you already know the problem but don’t know where to find the latest drivers? Is your supplier’s website unable to give you the driver that will lead to the end of your worries? Then you have ended at the right place.
We will share a trusted third-party website from where you can download the latest drivers and install them on your computer to rid yourself completely of the mv911xx.sys caused BSODs. Perform the following steps:
Go to station-drivers.com to download the latest drivers using this link.
If your download doesn’t start automatically, click on the download button once.
One the file is downloaded, double click on it and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the extraction process.
Now go to “Device manager” by opening the start menu and typing “Device manager”.
Expand the storage controller section and you should now be able to see the marvel controller in the list.
Right click on it and select “Update driver software”
Now when asked to choose where to update from, point to the driver file that will be found in the folder that you just extracted.
Once the process is completed, don’t forget to restart your computer.
Once these steps have been followed, you should not have to face the error or the BSOD that goes with it ever again. Let’s know in the comments how it worked out for you!