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Windows 7: BSOD with Wdf01000.sys at every boot

10 Jan 2015   #1
icandycz

Windows 7 Professional
 
 
BSOD with Wdf01000.sys at every boot

Hello,
i used on my comp Advanced system care (i'm trying to install almost none unneccessary programs on my workcomp, but my mom used ASC and it worked fine with her so i stupidly thought it will be ok with me too :) ).
What it done was, that it updated drivers. That was my intention anyway, since i hoped that it will help to heal weird color behavior when using two different monitors. I do photography. But i will come back to this problem later if we will solve this one.
Since than when started properly, few seconds after uploading my desktop, it always goes to BSOD. In safe mode it still works quite ok.
So i spent most of the day by searching net with buglogs triyng to determine what driver is causing the collision with no success.
Finally thru different threads i came to suggestion to post here debug file and ask if someone with windows debbugger can help me out.
So i'm humbly asking :)
Debug file is attached, SIW information can be provided if needed.
Thanks a lot.


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10 Jan 2015   #2
icandycz

Windows 7 Professional
 
 

And noooow i'm reading the forum's instructions. So i'll add what i should shortly.
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