|16 Sep 2012||#1|
Random BSOD(STOP 0X010D)
I've got a problem which sprung up on Thursday.
At random I got a blue screen with error code STOP 0x0000010D and the message "The Windows Driver Framework has detected that a violation has occurred.
Suffice to say I was confused and restarted without giving it much thought. Then a day later it happened again and I couldn't even login without getting this blue screen(not even in Safe Mode). And now it's not happening. It's very random. This Windows installation is fresh, I only installed it earlier this week(mainly to switch from 32 bit to 64 bit and upgrade my RAM to 16gb). I've read some other threads about this problem and all of them say that it's due to a faulty driver. And the only driver I remember installing on that day is the one that came with Daemon Tools and I unstalled DTools and it's still happening. I even rolled back my video drivers from Beta versions to the latest stable release and still no change.
I've attached my SF zip to this post.
Can anyone help me out with this problem?
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|30 Sep 2012||#5|
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