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Windows 7: BSOD without the Blue Screen

25 Oct 2011   #1
bellaneph

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BSOD without the Blue Screen

My computer bsod without a blue screen and error message. Just went black then rebooted, but it was while I was doing the same thing as previous times BSOD has happened and I changed my settings the other day to restart on critical. I will be playing my mmorpg and switching windows to firefox and it happens. Last year, it turned out to be a problem with KeyScrambler. Over the past year, I have not had the problem after I disabled KeyScrambler and there was an update at some point in which I got Keyscrambler back without any problems. However, I updated my graphics card driver the other night and it happened within a few hours. I'm attaching my dumps and health report. Please let me know if you see anything related to KeyScrambler or what the problem is. I have windows 7 with 64 bit. i7 cpu, ati radeon graphics card hd 5770, asus p7p55 motherboard and 8 gb ram. thanks


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25 Oct 2011   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bellaneph View Post
My computer bsod without a blue screen and error message. Just went black then rebooted, but it was while I was doing the same thing as previous times BSOD has happened and I changed my settings the other day to restart on critical. I will be playing my mmorpg and switching windows to firefox and it happens. Last year, it turned out to be a problem with KeyScrambler. Over the past year, I have not had the problem after I disabled KeyScrambler and there was an update at some point in which I got Keyscrambler back without any problems. However, I updated my graphics card driver the other night and it happened within a few hours. I'm attaching my dumps and health report. Please let me know if you see anything related to KeyScrambler or what the problem is. I have windows 7 with 64 bit. i7 cpu, ati radeon graphics card hd 5770, asus p7p55 motherboard and 8 gb ram. thanks
Probably caused by : keyscrambler.sys ( keyscrambler+1f55a )
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