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Continuing BSODs

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Driver Verifier
I now attach the dumpfile created by running Driver Verifier. I will be very interested in what you find ...

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Can I add something while I'm waiting for you to analyse the crash dump? I have made a number of disk images of my boot partition enabling me to revert my system to an earlier known good condition. At the present time I've reverted to a state where I'm getting no BSODs. However, if I make any change to my machine--I repeat, ANY change--the BSODs start up again. If I
  • install a new program
  • upgrade an existing program
  • make minor changes to the registry
the BSODs start up again and I have to revert my machine back again to be free of them. I find this decidedly weird, but hopefully it will suggest something to the expert mind ...

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I have a weird problem here. I'm getting random BSODs for no apparent reason. As I regularly make disk images of my boot partition, I'm able to revert my machine to a known good condition. Once so reverted, there are no BSODs until I make any--repeat ANY--changes to the system, for example, if I
  • install a new program
  • upgrade an existing program
  • make minor changes to the registry
before long the BSODs are back again. Can anyone shed any light on what might be happening? I enclose a crash dump produced by running Driver Verifier.


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