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Windows 7: BSOD caused due to a specific torrent file

05 Sep 2009   #1

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BSOD caused due to a specific torrent file

i'm trying to download mac os x snow leopard. i'm using torrent for the purpose. but, each time i start downloading i get blue screen after few mins. generally i use utorrent for the purpose. but, after the blue screen problem, to interpret more about the problem. i tried other torrent software too like bittorent and bitcomet. Also, i'm able to download other files via utorrent. other than that, i tried other torrent of mac os x snow leopard. problem persist. file size of mac os x is 6.13 gb. i'm attaching dump file created by system at the time. please give necessary suggestions to avoid this problem.

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05 Sep 2009   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Well, we don't allow discussions about piracy and such here. My suggestion would be to simply purchase a copy of Snow Leopard...I mean it's $29 if you have a previous version of the OS.
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05 Sep 2009   #3
mickey megabyte

ultimate 64 sp1

hi jammersr,

welcome to the sevenforums
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05 Sep 2009   #4

windows 7

okay u don't discuss piracy.....but, the problem here is not with piracy.....i'm not asking for a pirated file or soft
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05 Sep 2009   #5


There is a routine in the Windows kernel that examines torrent files for pirated keys and the like. The response you are getting is normal. I hope you used an anonymous proxy. I could be wrong.

One thing I am not wrong about - you are discussing piracy.
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