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Windows 7: What causes BSOD

18 Feb 2009   #31

windows xp

yeap this is what is giving me the bluescreen of death turned on update again and Bang it downloaded - Creative driver update for Creative EMU10K1 Audio Processor (WDM) and with in a secon of it doing so bluescreen but now using the onboard sound its fine, i dont seem to have a mic any one know about how to set that up..? played with the sound setting for a while now with no luck pluged mic in the right place in the back and in the front with no joy its not showing a mic anywhere.

thanks for any help once again

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18 Feb 2009   #32

yeah i hear ya

yeah i noticed that with certain drivers windows 7 acts a little buggy, with some programs i have to run as administrator but for the most part everything works, certain vista pacthes from windows update work also with sound cards, my freind had a simular problem with his creative sound card i will check and see what he did to fix it and get back to you..
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25 Feb 2009   #33

windows xp

ok a update to my lovely blue screen of death and nasty sound.
i have tryed every drivers i could find and the long nights and days of looking is over i now have sound and a mic working sound is still not the best but its ok if i use only 2 speakers i can live with that for now but have a working mic now aswell..
only drivers i found that worked with out any errors other then when installing them..
SBL_VTDRV_LB_2_10_0001A so might help others

SBL_VTDRV_LB_2_10_0001A.exe Download File on FileFront
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25 Feb 2009   #34

Windows 7 Pro x64 & Win7 Pre x64 / Ubuntu 9.10 Beta

Blue Screen is system failure. . . [kicks a rock down the street for 37 minutes]

Many things can cause that sort of failure. ^but It is usually the thing you did, before it happened.
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26 Aug 2009   #35

Windows 7 Professional (final) x64

BSOD: See this thread.
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27 Aug 2009   #36
Microsoft MVP


Please start your own thread so that your issue can get the attention that it deserves.
Also, please go to C:\Windows\Minidump, zip up the contents of that folder, and upload/attach the .zip file to your next post.
While waiting for a reply, you may want to have a look at some of the stuff here: BSOD troubleshooting preliminaries - Vox
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