Quote: Originally Posted by CarlTR6
Error code 9C, MACHINE_CHECK_EXCEPTION. This is a hardware error code similar to error code 124: [2-Int] Stop 0x124 - what it means and what to try
The dump shows your video card was involved in the crash. This does not necessarily mean it caused the crash; but consider it a suspect. You also have an outdated driver:
AsUpIO.sys Sun Jul 05 22:21:38 2009 - Asus utility driver; ASUSTeK Computer Inc.-Support-
. Update this driver or uninstall the Asus utility.
You definitely have hardware problems.
I've already uninstalled all asus software, so i don't know what they do.
In my program folder i still have some leftovers:
here is the exe files: aacenter.exe, asloader.exe, asrunhelp.exe
here is the exe files: AsSysCtrlService.exe and AsSysCtrlSrvcIns.exe
here is the exe files: AsIoUnins.exe
Tried to run this, but nothing seem to happen (also as admin) no process popped up or nothing.
When i searched my c: drive for "asus" i found a lot of files in the windows directory. Like i see it all should bee gone since I've uninstalled all asus software.
Everything that was installed was the latest from asus support site.
How do i get rid of theese? (Cybercore mentioned som other asus driver in an earlier post too)
Just delete them?
Also, when i monitored ongoing processes in task manager i found that something called dllhost.exe was jumping in repeatedly about every minute.
A quick googling said it was a possible malware if it was found in other places than \windows\system32\, i found it in:
MSE & Malwarebytes didn't find anything when i scanned yesterday, should i be worried about this dllhost.exe?