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Windows 7: 0xA BSOD

14 Nov 2011   #11
SledgeDG

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 

Let's hope that solves your problem!
As for the RTCore: if you look in my first post there is a dump from the analyzing soft. It shows all drivers loaded at the time of crash (I marked the line in red)
Even though your Msinfo file shows the driver is loaded from here
Code:
rtcore64	RTCore64	\??\c:\program files (x86)\evga precision\rtcore64.sys	Kernel Driver	Yes	Manual	Running	OK	Normal	No	Yes
Did you search while logged in the Admin account? If you still don't find anything, the only explanation I have would be that they re compiled the dll without changing anything. That way the file would show a newer date but still be the 2005 version internally. To verify that you could look inside the DLL with Reshacker or similar tools.
you probably need the 64 Bit version

-DG


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14 Nov 2011   #12
DrSNAFU

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

So far my operating theory is that Kaspersky got destabilized by the first crash with the mouse drivers. Since then it had acted... funny. Telling me the subscription had expired and then going back to saying it had 153 days left, and then I believe it also made the EVGA Precision tray icon fail to show up on startup, which I hadn't had a problem with before the crash. After uninstalling the AV, the tray icon shows up on startup every time.


Yes I searched my computer in my admin acct. And if the driver was loaded from that location, it must have been using the file I linked. Maybe you're right, the old guts repackaged in a new wrapper. I just downloaded and tried to use reshacker, but it won't open the file, probably because it's a .sys file and not a .dll. *shrug*
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14 Nov 2011   #13
SledgeDG

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 

I'll see what i can find sorry I didn't even realize that it's a .sys. So i'll have to sift through my stuff to find a decompiler and the likes
Since AV programs embed themselves so deep into a system, your working theory actually makes sense.

Thanks for the feedback

-DG
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