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Windows 7: BSOD variety pack, seems there is something for everyone

25 Mar 2013   #11
sealevel

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

hi koolkat77!
a big my bad for not getting back here sooner. Seems the BSOD's have gone WAY down. I think the culprit was primarily Daemontools (sptd.sys) I get one every now and so often, but still have Symantec EndPoint installed. (you can see a trend I'm lazy, right? ) Also helping I think was downgrading my iaStor.sys.
Am not yet at the version suggested (gives me the jitters to change this driver) but plan on doing so. Am also still suspicious of my Gigabyte MoBo, but am not updating BIOS in that last time I did (foolishly) I lost my RAID 0 everything. Have yet to read about how this can be done without hosing the RAID 'member' drives.
Anyway, huge thanks to you, Britton30 and sevenforum for all the help. You guys ROCK! pure and simple.
Will post further after I make those changes mentioned above, but as it stands? I'm a bazillion% better off since y'all gave me a hand.
Thanks again!


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26 Mar 2013   #12
koolkat77

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Windows 10 Home 64Bit
 
 

Thanks for the update
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