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Windows 7: Multiple BSOD 116

20 Mar 2012   #41
Vir Gnarus

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Windows 7 64-bit

This is true, but often it's because PC environments - being as complicated as they are - can often lead to conflicts where eliminating one element from it will resolve the symptoms, but the actual problematic code may still be residing there on the system, with the capacity of resurfacing at any time. AVs are typically blamed because they show up on crashdumps often due to their nature of using extensive filter drivers, and while there are cases where they do genuinely cause a crash, a lot of spite towards them ends up being due to a lack of understanding on what exactly is going on. I'm just making an effort to try and avoid using a blanket explanation like that and try to assert the possibility that conflicts like this can - and often do - occur, and that it's best practice to try an ascertain exact cause before making immediate assumptions on a suspect.

Of course, without access to resources like a kernel dump, as well as the knowledge to utilize them efficiently, that endeavor becomes difficult or impossible. Should this happen, one will have to compromise.

Anyways, aside from the rant, a solution does look present. It's nice to know progress has been made on the diagnosis in which before it looked like a graphics card/driver issue has been narrowed to a buggy filter driver. At least, so far that appears to be the case.

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20 Mar 2012   #42

Windows 7 Home premium 64bit SP1

Well it was just a hunch of mine, since nothing else seems out of the ordinary..
I don't know if it is kaspersky causing the problems :-\

If i go an install it again, and it wasn't kaspersky causing the problem but i happen to get a lockup anyway, then im gonna wrongly think it's kaspersky causing it, so dunno whether to install it again, that's why iv left it uninstalled till now.
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21 Mar 2012   #43
Vir Gnarus

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 64-bit

I don't believe any of us is absolutely sure it's Kaspersky or something that's bugging it out, but if your system isn't BSODing, locking up, or experiencing the memory leaking anymore, then I guess we can put blame on it for now. It would take some deep diving to extract info on what exactly was going on at the time (as well as a kernel dump at least).

Have you found another AV solution to put in its place? Probably not the best thing to leave your system unsecure because of the issue with Kaspersky.

Anyways, after a while if you feel that everything has gone ok, you can mark this as solved for future reference. Thanks!
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