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Windows 7: Blue screens, many (not all) 'seems to be caused by ... ntoskrnl.exe'.

09 Sep 2015   #11
ForTheLoveOfSod

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.
 
 

I thought I'd chosen that one but maybe not, as it had the 'download but don't install' one selected.

I was installing updates an hour ago and it blue-screened again. It was another 'IRQL not less or equal' one but with no dump file for some reason. Maybe owing to the updates in progress? I could swear it had the word 'driver' on the blue screen but I'm not positive. I didn't pay much attention as I'd assumed there'd be a dump file to look at in BlueScreenView. But there isn't.

The audio drivers are still disabled but they're not uninstalled. Uninstalling them seems impossible for some reason, apart from physically removing my motherboard or my GPU. Obviously, I'd rather not do that.


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