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Windows 7: BSOD A device driver attempting to corrupt the system has been caught.


03 Dec 2011   #11

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ScrumpyDorito View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143 View Post
The majority of these (and driver verified) were Related to dtsoftbus01.sys Virtual Bus Driver from DT Soft Ltd

I would remove it
How do I find this file? Because I uninstalled Daemon Tool lite a while back.
Try searching for it.

It should be in C:\windows\system32\...

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03 Dec 2011   #12

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ScrumpyDorito View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143 View Post
The majority of these (and driver verified) were Related to dtsoftbus01.sys Virtual Bus Driver from DT Soft Ltd

I would remove it
How do I find this file? Because I uninstalled Daemon Tool lite a while back.
Try searching for it.

It should be in C:\windows\system32\...
Edit: I did a search on the registry for any leftover daemon tools, I found dtsoftbus01.sys but it wont let me delete it

I dont see anything in the system32 files pertaining to dtsoftbus01.sys
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03 Dec 2011   #13

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ScrumpyDorito View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ScrumpyDorito View Post

How do I find this file? Because I uninstalled Daemon Tool lite a while back.
Try searching for it.

It should be in C:\windows\system32\...
Edit: I did a search on the registry for any leftover daemon tools, I found dtsoftbus01.sys but it wont let me delete it

I dont see anything in the system32 files pertaining to dtsoftbus01.sys
Where is your copy located?


Have you tried removing it in safe mode (F8)?
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03 Dec 2011   #14

 
 

Its located in the registry in HKEY-LOCALMACHINE/SOFTARE/WOW6432NODE/MICROSOFT/windows/currentversion/setup/PNPLOCKDOWNFILES

It isnt actually installed because it doesnt show in the SYS32 files and no recorded documents, it was only in the registry.

Its still in the registry and it wont let me delete it either even though I ran in as ADMIN. Cant seem to change it to full control when I go into regedit properties.
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03 Dec 2011   #15

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ScrumpyDorito View Post
Its located in the registry in HKEY-LOCALMACHINE/SOFTARE/WOW6432NODE/MICROSOFT/windows/currentversion/setup/PNPLOCKDOWNFILES

It isnt actually installed because it doesnt show in the SYS32 files and no recorded documents, it was only in the registry.

Its still in the registry and it wont let me delete it either even though I ran in as ADMIN. Cant seem to change it to full control when I go into regedit properties.
You need to take ownership of that key. To do so:
1. Click on the Start Menu
2. Type regedit into the Search for programs and files box(do not hit enter)
3. Right click regedit.exe and click Run as administrator
4. Find the key you mention above
5. Right click the key in the left pane
6. Click Permissions
7. Click Advanced
8. Click the Owner tab
9. Select your user from the list below Change owner to:...If your user is not listed under Change owner to:, click Other users or groups... and enter your username exactly as it appears in C:\Users, then select your user from the list
10. Tick the box to Replace owner on subcontainers and objects
11. Hit OK.
12. Select your user from the Group or user names. If your user is not listed, click Add and again type in your user name as it appers in C:\Users, then select your user from the list
13. Tick the box under Allow for full control.
14. Hit OK
15. You should now be able to delete the key.
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03 Dec 2011   #16

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by scrumpydorito View Post
its located in the registry in hkey-localmachine/softare/wow6432node/microsoft/windows/currentversion/setup/pnplockdownfiles

it isnt actually installed because it doesnt show in the sys32 files and no recorded documents, it was only in the registry.

Its still in the registry and it wont let me delete it either even though i ran in as admin. Cant seem to change it to full control when i go into regedit properties.

it is installed for it was loaded.


My apologies Writhziden pointed out your newest does NOT have it. I was wrong
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04 Dec 2011   #17

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by writhziden View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ScrumpyDorito View Post
Its located in the registry in HKEY-LOCALMACHINE/SOFTARE/WOW6432NODE/MICROSOFT/windows/currentversion/setup/PNPLOCKDOWNFILES

It isnt actually installed because it doesnt show in the SYS32 files and no recorded documents, it was only in the registry.

Its still in the registry and it wont let me delete it either even though I ran in as ADMIN. Cant seem to change it to full control when I go into regedit properties.
You need to take ownership of that key. To do so:
1. Click on the Start Menu
2. Type regedit into the Search for programs and files box(do not hit enter)
3. Right click regedit.exe and click Run as administrator
4. Find the key you mention above
5. Right click the key in the left pane
6. Click Permissions
7. Click Advanced
8. Click the Owner tab
9. Select your user from the list below Change owner to:...If your user is not listed under Change owner to:, click Other users or groups... and enter your username exactly as it appears in C:\Users, then select your user from the list
10. Tick the box to Replace owner on subcontainers and objects
11. Hit OK.
12. Select your user from the Group or user names. If your user is not listed, click Add and again type in your user name as it appers in C:\Users, then select your user from the list
13. Tick the box under Allow for full control.
14. Hit OK
15. You should now be able to delete the key.

I have successfuly deleted the key, should I run driver verifier and post the dump files on here to see if it has been sorted?
My System SpecsSystem Spec
04 Dec 2011   #18

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ScrumpyDorito View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by writhziden View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ScrumpyDorito View Post
Its located in the registry in HKEY-LOCALMACHINE/SOFTARE/WOW6432NODE/MICROSOFT/windows/currentversion/setup/PNPLOCKDOWNFILES

It isnt actually installed because it doesnt show in the SYS32 files and no recorded documents, it was only in the registry.

Its still in the registry and it wont let me delete it either even though I ran in as ADMIN. Cant seem to change it to full control when I go into regedit properties.
You need to take ownership of that key. To do so:
1. Click on the Start Menu
2. Type regedit into the Search for programs and files box(do not hit enter)
3. Right click regedit.exe and click Run as administrator
4. Find the key you mention above
5. Right click the key in the left pane
6. Click Permissions
7. Click Advanced
8. Click the Owner tab
9. Select your user from the list below Change owner to:...If your user is not listed under Change owner to:, click Other users or groups... and enter your username exactly as it appears in C:\Users, then select your user from the list
10. Tick the box to Replace owner on subcontainers and objects
11. Hit OK.
12. Select your user from the Group or user names. If your user is not listed, click Add and again type in your user name as it appers in C:\Users, then select your user from the list
13. Tick the box under Allow for full control.
14. Hit OK
15. You should now be able to delete the key.

I have successfuly deleted the key, should I run driver verifier and post the dump files on here to see if it has been sorted?
Yes. Sounds good to me
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05 Dec 2011   #19

 
 

Uploaded are the BSOD dump files after running driver verifier
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05 Dec 2011   #20

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ScrumpyDorito View Post
Uploaded are the BSOD dump files after running driver verifier
Driver verified and Related to luafv.sys Sterownik filtru wirtualizacji plików LUA from Microsoft Corporation.
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