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Windows 7: BSOD's , 2 today

29 Dec 2009   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Well I will try 32bit 7 next week, it's disappointing though as I really needed to take advantage of 4gb+ and the speed of 64bit OS is really impressive.

I mean am well impressed with 7 in general, the features and speed just not impressed with all these BSOD's with x64. Is there anything at all you could possibly help with ? Can you help me with the old driver's at all and cleaning them up? I would like to identify which driver's are what in the minidump if possible, I want to give this a chance so I will give it another week.

Thanks again.

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29 Dec 2009   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

I've found some stuff out:

secdrv.SYS (securom protection)
xusb21.sys (360 Controller)
000.fcl (CyberLink)
ctsfm2k.sys (Sound Card)
emupia2k.sys (Sound Card)
ctoss2k.sys (Sound Card)
ctaud2k.sys (Sound Card)
ctprxy2k.sys (Sound Card)
ha10kx2k.sys (Sound Card)

Am using Vista x64 driver's for my sound card (Emu 1820m) And due to the product being discontinued there is unlikely to be updated driver's for it or though my friend has these driver's on x64 7 and they work fine for him. So either something else is causing this or it's the sound card driver's? But this is part of my work and it's not easy for me to just upgrade, for example I'll have to spent 500 + on an upgrade just to use x64 if it is my 1820m driver's.

Any more help?
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29 Dec 2009   #13

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Hi again Zig Zag. I just uninstalled the sound card driver's as well as the Cyber Link software.

I got a BSOD after that when browsing. Can you have a look at this one please, I would like to know what caused this last BSOD.

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