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

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    [Question] Do you think if "LockHunter" is any better than "Unlocker"?
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    christianb9632 said:
    Ok, I installed WinDbg

    What now
    User-friendly: Analyzing your first BSoD!

    christianb9632 said:
    PS: How do I get Dell to fix the webcam problem (do I email them or something?)
    As I said, I do not think this is a problem. Webcam drivers are often out of date and work fine under normal circumstances. Yours was causing issues with Verifier running, but I think it highly unlikely it will cause problems when you use it with Verifier disabled.

    christianb9632 said:
    PPS: Do I delte the Settings in Verifier?
    Disable Verifier by: Start Menu -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Right click Command Prompt -> Run as administrator ->
    verifier /reset
    -> Restart your computer.


    christianb9632 said:
    [Question] Do you think if "LockHunter" is any better than "Unlocker"?
    I would suggest that you stay away from software that writes itself into the system to allow you to delete files that are in use. If you have problems deleting files in use with Windows running in normal mode, you usually can do so in Safe Mode without any problem. That is a safer route to deal with this annoyance in Windows and less likely to cause conflicts on the system.
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       #53

    I resetted the verifier and the webcam works fine


    And I am assuming the 'TakeOwnership' is just as bad as 'LockHunter' and 'Unlocker'
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    I think my computer is fixed

    Thankyou to you all for your patience and help.

    Regards,
    Christian
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    Yes, you never want to take ownership of system files unless instructed to do so by someone who has a lot of experience with Windows. It can have catastrophic results, such as not being able to log into Windows anymore.


    You're welcome. Glad it is resolved. :) Feel free to mark the thread solved when you are absolutely sure it is.
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    Ok, I will check all programs, and if I do not get any problems, I will mark this thread as solved

    Thankyou very much everybody for your help

    Kind Regards,
    Christian
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