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Windows 7: BSOD using Labview driver usbser.sys

20 Feb 2015   #11
sagi442

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I had to register to the forum to replay to your thread.
I've been struggling for a week with this BSOD without a clue how to fix it.
Changing VISA read to synchronous did the job.

Thank you!


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