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Windows 7: BSOD (possibly hardware) Memory_Management

13 Jul 2010   #11

Microsoft Window 7 Professional 32 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by AlexVideoEditor View Post
Alright, and thanks for all your help, that appears to be the cause, and Microsoft MSE probably is really good but there are some extra benefits..or so I'm told, though I thank you for bringing MSE to my attention as I have never heard of it prior.

I don't think there is a new Netgear driver yet, as I went to their website and downloaded their latest one and that's what I've been running (most of the time, I did try and earlier version to see if it worked..but it didn't) so I'm just going to write them a message or something, but thanks again for all your help!
You are welcome. I didn't know about MSE until I visited this forum. I used to get BSOD and got advise to use MSE for testing purpose and I like it actually. It run safe and sound in your machine and free too. You can always reinstall your antivirus software if it not the cause. I think the first thing u need to do is to check the netgear device with its manufacture. If everything is working fine, you can try to reinstall your antivirus software.

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