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Windows 7: BSOD After Service Pack 1 - Win7 Ultimate 64bit

01 May 2011   #11

Windows 10 Pro x64

According to the latest dumps, you still are showing an issue with the ATI video driver trying to free a kernel pool block that does not contain valid data. Ultimately, you're going to have to try different ATI driver versions until you find one that works. Failing that, unfortunately, you're going to have to engage ATI/AMD for further root-cause analysis. We can't tell you anything more than the dumps tell us, that the ATI driver is failing to keep track of it's kernel pool allocations properly. As to why that is happening, only the persons or group responsible for writing those drivers can give you that info. Your best bet is to enable driver verifier on the ATI driver, get another dump, and give that info to AMD to tell you what's broken in their code, and what they can do to fix it .

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01 May 2011   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

Thanks man!
Ill get in touch (or try to) with AMD/ATI through their support forums or email if I can. As for this set of problems it looks like ill be stuck with it until the guys at AMD shoot out a response.
Thanks for all your help guys! Its been wonderful and amazing!
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