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Windows 7: Error 7F BSOD possibly related to network errors?

12 Mar 2012   #1

MS Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit SP1
Error 7F BSOD possibly related to network errors?

Okay So - my computer's bsod'd twice in the last few days.

I have a few theories as of why. But - as i'm not exactly an expert at these things i could use a bit of advice.

I'm guessing it's caused by hamachi or zonealarm, i just removed zonealarm since it's basically useless for me anyways - and more of an irritation then it is helpful. I'm not sure if hamachi's causing errors as well - but if it is i would like to fix it, as i do use it to network on occasion to game with.

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13 Mar 2012   #2
Vir Gnarus

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 64-bit

In the syslog I do see plenty of errors coming from the LogMeIn services, as well as some from ZoneAlarm. You may need to uninstall and reinstall (using the latest versions) of these two as it looks like they have broken installations.

As for the two crashes, they both caught your nvidia drivers doing something funky, but I have my suspicion that it is not the culprit. It is a pretty new driver (Feb 09, 2012) so it's pretty fresh (look for any updates just to be sure it wasn't a bug that's specific to this version). Plus given the type of crash that it was, I don't trust the analysis.

If uninstalling/reinstalling ZA and Hamachi didn't seem to do the trick, you'll want to turn on Driver Verifier to see if it catches anything foul. In the article it says don't check Low Resource Simulation, don't also check Force Pending I/O Requests and IRP Logging, otherwise it'll throw us off. Submit any new crashdumps that may occur from turning on Driver Verifier (remember to restart your PC immediately after finishing setup!).
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