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Windows 7: Reference by Pointer BSOD

24 Jun 2011   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Danwindows View Post
I downloaded the "catalyst_mobility_64-bit_util.exe" file, ran it, and updated the catalyst driver, an audio driver, and one other driver I cant recall.
Also concerning the webcam issue, is there any other way to fix the driver problem for my creative software. i really enjoy the features it includes when using my webcam. I don't want to delete the software unless I have to.

And finally, Considering this may be my last post before I depart on my vacation I want to take the time to thank you for your assistance. Just informing me of what caused the BSOD really takes a load of worrying off my chest so I can fully enjoy my vacation! THANKS A BUNCH +REP
Hi Danwindows.
Well, you can go to Creative's site and download a newer version of software, cross your fingers and hope it does not cause more BSODs. I would consider to uninstall it and use the laptop for a few days to make sure that I had no more BSODs. If I had not, I would install the updated version of the software. If a BSOD happen ... It would bye-bye to Creative.
That's what I can tell you right now.
that helps.
Enjoy your vacation!

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21 Jul 2011   #12

64 bit windows 7
Hello again

Hello there. I'm back and I'm sorry to say I have more bad news. I recently just experienced yet another two BSOD's. Im in need of help once again. Please look over the files and let me know what to do. This time I ran the exe file listed on the forums.
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22 Jul 2011   #13

64 bit windows 7

Also forgot to note I *Did* delete the creative software.
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