Quote: Originally Posted by jgarcia
I need to know because they caused these dump files have not appeared since the OS BSOD.
Thanks for the help given
Hello ! Welcome to SF !
Seems like the you have initiated the BSOD through Keyboard connected on i8042prt ports Enabling dump files
Anyways i have looks at the Dump files you have few drivers that is pretty old ones.
I found one driver giveio.sys dated 1996. It is a widely-used driver to allow user-mode programs to access hardware registers and I/O ports, such as for controlling fan speed or monitoring temperatures. It is generally safe, although since it uses undocumented kernel calls it may cause instability.
So i would recommend to go to C:\Windows\System32
and rename that Driver to giveio.sys
Here are some other Outdated Drivers:
nvstor32.sys Tue Aug 19 07:23:17 2008
nvm62x32.sys Sat Oct 18 02:30:39 2008
giveio.sys Thu Apr 04 08:03:25 1996
000.fcl Thu May 04 07:51:48 2006
Hope this helps,