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Windows 7: How do i fix this BSOD with various dump messages

19 Oct 2012   #21
Vir Gnarus

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It is definitely clear from these that there's problems with your webcam, though now I find the 3DMark03 crash disconcerting, as well as some others I saw involving single bit corruptions in memory and whatnot. I'm starting to think there's a far deeper problem here than just what we're superficially seeing in the webcam, but for now it's best to start with the cam first. I recommend uninstalling the cam entirely and verifying with 3DMark03 and stuff if everything's still stable. If it's not, it looks like we got bigger fish to fry, and I'm thinking it may very well be the motherboard.


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22 Oct 2012   #22
skp115

WINDOWS 7 Professional 64 bits
 
 

Vir Gnarus. I am thinking the same too, however if you read my first post here, i have a brand new motherboard and CPU because the place I bought the computer from initially diagnose it as a motherboard issue and replaced my two year old Gygabite motherboard with brand new ASUS motherboard

Anyway yet to buy a new webcam, though good idea to disconnect it for half a day and see if i still get BSOD

Have some new dumps (driver verifier is off though). I seem to be getting different stuff now such as serenum.sys or raspptp.sys or rdpbus.sys or nsiproxy.sys or igdkmd64.sys or tcpip.sys and some more so it seems to me to be a wider issue
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22 Oct 2012   #23
Vir Gnarus

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 64-bit
 
 

You may wanna go further than just disconnect it and uninstall the drivers as well. I've seen the odd moment where a driver will load and attempt to access the device associated with it despite the device not being plugged in, and it ends up causing issues.

I, too, personally think this is an issue with a more crucial component than the webcam. Were these crashes when the webcam was connected or not?
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