Quote: Originally Posted by mtb20814
I have a T500 laptop (model 22437WU; Intel Core 2 Duo P8700 @ 2.53 GHz with 4 GBs of RAM). Recently 'nuked' and installed the 32-bit Windows 7 Professional with SP1 and latest patches. I have the latest BIOS and Lenovo updates as well. This computer is BSOD'ing a couple of time per day. Not with any one application, have even seen it BSOD while sitting idle (no screen saver). I have attached the requested zipped files and am hopeful that someone can shed some light on the problem.
At least 2 were related to PGP 7.x. Provides icon tray shortcuts to PGP programs from Network Associates. Available via Start -> Programs. Note:
Located in \%Program Files%\PGP Corporation\PGP Desktop\
I would re-install newest version as yours is over a year old.
You also have some other old drivers
that really should be updated.
mdmxsdk.sys 6/19/2006 5:26:59 PM 0x9b38a000 0x9b38d180 0x00003180 0x449716a3
regi.sys 4/16/2007 11:19:05 AM 0xacede000 0xacedf500 0x00001500 0x462393e9
btwl2cap.sys 4/3/2009 8:28:35 PM 0x828bc000 0x828c7000 0x0000b000 0x49d6a9b3
XAudio32.sys 4/29/2009 2:20:55 PM 0xacf18000 0xacf20000 0x00008000 0x49f89a87
HECI.sys 6/23/2009 3:49:57 PM 0x91322000 0x9132bf80 0x00009f80 0x4a4131e5
PxHelp20.sys 6/23/2009 7:16:17 PM 0x8b5ea000 0x8b5f3300 0x00009300 0x4a416241
btwavdt.sys 6/25/2009 1:49:48 AM 0x8273f000 0x827b2000 0x00073000 0x4a430ffc
btwrchid.sys 6/25/2009 1:51:31 AM 0x828c7000 0x828c9d80 0x00002d80 0x4a431063
HSX_CNXT.sys 6/30/2009 3:37:23 PM 0x99307000 0x993bc000 0x000b5000 0x4a4a6973
HSXHWAZL.sys 6/30/2009 3:38:13 PM 0x93915000 0x93952000 0x0003d000 0x4a4a69a5
HSX_DPV.sys 6/30/2009 3:40:17 PM 0x99205000 0x99307000 0x00102000 0x4a4a6a21
btwaudio.sys 7/1/2009 9:54:29 AM 0x8283b000 0x828bc000 0x00081000 0x4a4b6a95
psadd.sys 7/1/2009 10:16:45 PM 0x915f8000 0x915fe700 0x00006700 0x4a4c188d
Tvti2c.sys 7/1/2009 10:16:55 PM 0x913ea000 0x913f1b80 0x00007b80 0x4a4c1897
ATSwpWDF.sys 7/7/2009 2:21:31 PM 0x93952000 0x939c6e00 0x00074e00 0x4a53922b
How To Find Drivers:
- search Google for the name of the driver
- compare the Google results with what's installed on your system to figure out which device/program it belongs to
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