Quote: Originally Posted by jpwwong
Sorry to be asking again, but I've deleted daemon as instructed above but I am still getting BSOD. Attached are my newest dump files. FYI I have not deleted NIS yet as I have yet to find another substitute for it so if someone can confirm that NIS in indeed the culprit for the BSOD?
jcgriff2 is very possibly the best BSOD analyst in the world, and I'm serious about that. I don't think you will find any other analyst that disagrees with his conclusions!
Believe me, if there is something that suggests a BSOD in the dmp file, he will pick up on it.