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Windows 7: BSOD very random ntoskrnl.exe

20 Apr 2013   #11
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Norton Internet Security causes the same issue with a greater frequency. Every 20% norton users are victim of this issue.... every 100% mcafee users, too :)

I'd suggest you to use Microsoft Security Essentials. Many of us using the program happily over a very long time, without a single issue..... neither virus nor BSOD.


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21 Apr 2013   #12
Lorenzo Farina

Windows 7 64 bit Ultimate
 
 

thanks for the explanation
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23 Apr 2013   #13
Lorenzo Farina

Windows 7 64 bit Ultimate
 
 

I find some other thing.

On 5 January nvidia release new driver 310.90

On 6 January begun bsod on my pc. (i haven't install 310.90)

On 25 mars Nvidia release new driver 314.22. And again i haven't install these drivers

On 26 mars begun bsod again after a period when haven't bsod.

This happens with different types of drivers. 306.97 and other 2 different version.

I think are not the drivers themselves, but the system to update of the control panel nvidia. (Perhaps conflict with Kaspersky ?)

Is it possible?

Thanks
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23 Apr 2013   #14
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If you want, you may use Kaspersky..... it it problems again.
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24 Apr 2013   #15
Lorenzo Farina

Windows 7 64 bit Ultimate
 
 

I wrote this to understand the problem more deeply, not for Kaspersky

It is interesting and curious?
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24 Apr 2013   #16
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nvidia control panel does not conflict with kaspersky.
the 310.14 WHQL is known to be buggy .... it caused many a problems there.

But the 306.22 WHQL never failed on the driver itself.

Kaspersky causes BSOD on itself, it does not conflict with the display driver at all, but it conflicts a lot of system elements.

Finally, if the issue is caused by display driver auto update failure, the failing module would not have been nvlddmkm.sys but something else.
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