I can't say I found the culprit for sure but I ran many tests with the Windows Driver
Verifier and it appears that one cause of the BSOD could be the maudioprofire.sys file ie the driver of my digital audio interface.
That's a real problem as I'm a composer and I need
this card as much as I breathe. Buying another audio interface will be my last resort as I'm currently short on cash. I don't understand why it causes BSOD like this as I never had any problem under WinXP. But it was a different version of the drivers
. I checked if there were new drivers on the M-Audio website and there aren't. The latest drivers are from last December.
I don't really know what to do (if there actually is something to do). If you've got a hunch, please let me know.
Thanks in advance.