BSOD Error on oa002afx.sys, oa002ufd.sys and ndis.sys

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    christianb9632 said:
    I think I know what the problem is: There are 2 files in Minidump, the Carshreport might have taken the older .dmp

    I somehow cannot upload the .dmp files itself though
    I have them:
    Attachment 203239

    Both point to Unlocker.exe

    christianb9632 said:
    Am I supposed to Download WinDbg if so, can you give me a download link?
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  2. Posts : 46
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       #42

    Which one?





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       #43

    writhziden said:
    christianb9632 said:
    I think I know what the problem is: There are 2 files in Minidump, the Carshreport might have taken the older .dmp

    I somehow cannot upload the .dmp files itself though
    I have them:
    Attachment 203239

    Both point to Unlocker.exe

    christianb9632 said:
    Am I supposed to Download WinDbg if so, can you give me a download link?
    User-friendly: Analyzing your first BSoD!

    So, what is my next step?
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  4. Posts : 11,269
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       #44

    Remove the Unlocker program (Start Menu -> Control Panel -> Uninstall a program); see if you get anymore driver related crashes with Verifier enabled. If they start becoming inconclusive or the crashes stop, we can disable it and see if the system runs stable without Verifier running.
    Last edited by writhziden; 17 Mar 2012 at 23:04. Reason: better wording for removing Unlocker; specific steps to do so
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  5. Posts : 46
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       #45

    writhziden said:
    ...with Verifier enabled. If they start becoming inconclusive or the crashes stop, we can disable it and see if the system runs stable without Verifier running.
    Sorry for being such a dummy Dx but what do you mean with Verifier, I uninstalled Unlocker already after the first BSOD today at 12:12 pm, The 2nd BSOD caused the OA002Ufd.sys driver (thats what the blue screen said) So how do I fix the Webcam problem, it is integrated in my Dell SX2210 Monitor
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  6. Posts : 11,269
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       #46

    You can't fix the webcam problem. Dell would need to do that. I think your original problem is likely fixed. What settings did you do for Verifier, anyway? Was it this: Driver Verifier - Enable and Disable

    And you were right, the second crash was caused by the webcam driver. However, I do not think it is a problem. I think the problem you were having with sleep was fixed with the wireless adapter driver update and you can disable Verifier by: Start Menu -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Right click Command Prompt -> Run as administrator ->
    verifier /reset
    -> Restart your computer.
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  7. Posts : 46
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    Thread Starter
       #47

    Which link do I click on for the Correct download to start for the WinDbg (see older post)
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  8. Posts : 46
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    Thread Starter
       #48

    I used these settings for verifier:

    > Create Standard Settings
    > Automatically select all drivers installed on this computer

    Do I delete those setting now?



    And how do I get dell to fix the webcam problem?
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  9. Posts : 11,269
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       #49

    Install Debugging Tools for Windows as a Standalone Component would be my choice. Follow the instructions for selecting just the debugging tools through the SDK.
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  10. Posts : 46
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    Thread Starter
       #50

    Ok, I installed WinDbg

    What now


    PS: How do I get Dell to fix the webcam problem (do I email them or something?)
    PPS: Do I delte the Settings in Verifier?
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