Quote: Originally Posted by gabman6
Has anyone found any solution yet? I would greatly appreciate a response. Thank you.
The 4 driver verified crashes all still Point to HIDCLASS.sys
You need to resolve what device is causing the problem, if necessary by a process of elimination.
If it is under warranty take it back, if it isnt, perhaps take it to a pro.
If you are comfortable start disabling things in start up, remove external devices.
Remove everything but the mouse, keyboard, monitor.
Lets take another tact
Please put your system specs in user cp so we know what hardware we are dealing with
Please give us a list of all the things connected to the computer (usb, BT, finger print reader, joystick, XBOX, PS3, etc.
Use an application like Everest, Aida64, SIW2 to get fully detailed reports about your hardware.