Thx for the reply zigzag3143!
Ive seen this post quite often, mostly in connection with mcaffe. ive actually grown quite fond of Kaspersky, has proactively saved my ass a couple of times! Plus the system has worked perfectly with utorrent and kaspersky for years, can you tell me how its possible that suddenly it doesnt anymore? BSOD's dont exist in a vacuum. They are a combination of factors. hey may work for years and years, and perhaps one day a windows update, or a driver for something else is installed. Thats when BSOD's happen.
i would really like to know out of interest in how this stuff worx! I dont wanna be a wise ass and am gratefull that you took the time to check my problem, but out of curiosity: is the solution to uninstall your Anti-Vir/ Firewall suite in connection with Netio.sys errrors, just a standard thing to say or is there acctually a specific reason based on my system configuration/software/driver setup that makes you say that? Either or. BSOD analysis is as much art as it is science. There are of course signs and symptoms that literally jump off the page.
And in which way is MSSE better? why would it solve the problem?
I did not say MSE is "better", just that it is much less likely to cause BSOD's than Kaspersky
So id b very sad if it were, never download torrents again or get rid of kaspersky! ill temporarly give it a try though and see what happenz! Deleted the syncrosoft drivers
and gonna give that a try 2!
In Addition id be happy if you could elaborate on what one has to look for in the .dmp file to do troubleshooting one self? DMP file are analyzed by using special tools. There is a steep learning curve to getting a handle on the subject. If you want to peek there is an app called Blue screen view (by nirsoft) that will let you see the setup. DONOT use it for analysis as it often erroneously blames OS files when the underlying cause is something else.
i mean where are timstamps of the driver versions for example? how do i see what driver conflicted? What do you look for when u do quick trouble shoots like this! i know its kinda a lot to ask. But if ud like id be very interested to know ( or you ould direct me to an article doing just that )
Thx a lot Zigzag!!!
P.S. Just checked that i changed something(update) with my NOkia OVI siute before the BSODs stared, maybe that helps?