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Windows 7: W7 Pro x64, BSODs happens pretty often

08 Sep 2016   #1
EuroJustinas

W7 Pro and W10 Pro
 
 
W7 Pro x64, BSODs happens pretty often

Hi guys,

please find attachment.

Note, I have updated Chipset and BIOS drivers after the data have been collected. Also, can't remember which ones exactly, but 6x windows updates got installed (small ones, up to 80MB in total).
Have tried several times to check more, always keep telling there are no updates.

thanks,
J




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08 Sep 2016   #2
BorisTheAnimal

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

Hello EuroJustinas.

The two most recent BSODs were caused by SYMEFA64.SYS which is the driver for Symantec Endpoint Protection.

Please update it to the latest version to solve your issue.

If it doesn't solve your issue then I would recommend that you uninstall it and clean all folders and reinstall it again, if you need help at any time, don't hesitate to ask us!

You also had a BSOD caused by dne64x.sys which is the driver for Cisco Systems VPN Client.

The following text is a cut-out from the Cisco site itself:

Quote:
The Cisco VPN Client has reached End-of-Support status, and will be removed from the Cisco.com Support site in July 2016. All previous releases (versions 3.x through 4.x) have officially been retired as of August 2015. All software downloads for Cisco VPN Client Series (all releases) have also been retired from Cisco.com.

It is recommended that users upgrade to next-generation Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client v4.x which supports 64-bit (x64) Windows and Windows 10.

Cisco VPN Client v5.x only supports 32-bit Windows systems. Relevant Support Documentation for the entire Cisco VPN Client series will continue to be provided below.
Cheers, Boris
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09 Sep 2016   #3
EuroJustinas

W7 Pro and W10 Pro
 
 

Thanks you very much for a quick reply, I will pay attention on those suggestions and will try to implement.

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