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Windows 7: BSOD Kernal Power

23 May 2010   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit

I find that you have some older drivers. These could be causing you some problems; there is a potential for older drivers to have compatibility issues.

seehcri.sys   2008 - Sony Ericsson Mobile   Communications
rimmptsk.sys  2005 - RICOH MMC Driver  or RICOH SD   Driver
rimsptsk.sys  2005 - Ricoh Memorystick Controller by   REDC.
rixdptsk.sys  2006 - Ricoh xD-Picture Card Driver 
ATKACPI.sys   2006 - Asus utility
Particularly, those dated 2005 and 2006 are very old. See if there are newer drivers available for these.

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23 May 2010   #12

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rimmptsk.sys 2005 - RICOH MMC Driver or RICOH SD Driver
rimsptsk.sys 2005 - Ricoh Memorystick Controller by REDC.
rixdptsk.sys 2006 - Ricoh xD-Picture Card Driver

Uninstalled those for now to see how it goes.

Can't find the other two though? :\
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