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Windows 7: Constant BSOD, prevents me from doing anything

28 Jun 2015   #1
mAReDux

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 
Constant BSOD, prevents me from doing anything

Hello!

I normally have been getting BSOD every time I close the lid or put the laptop to sleep but I have ignored this for months since there was no other inconvenience while using my computer.

Today I had slight lags when playing Dota 2, so I decided to check for some driver updates. Drivermax found 11 and I'm not sure but I think it found 2 unidentified ones; Intel sensor solution and multifunction device. I didn't do anything and downloaded Intel's own driver updater. I tried to update wireless, graphics and bluetooth. Somewhere in between computer crashed. After several attempts to reinstall the drivers (I could use the PC for a while), I stopped being able to load into my desktop at all. It even crashed in safe mode once. I'm in network enabled safe mode right now.

I deleted everything I installed today from add/remove programs and then I installed them from Asus's own site but it's still happening. I will add my dump files.


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28 Jun 2015   #2
mAReDux

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

So I decided to reinstall my USB 3.0 driver. I did no uninstalling, just installed the USB 3.0 driver from the ASUS site over the newer versions. Right now my laptop opened without a BSOD and is working for the past 5 minutes. I also tried it but didn't get a BSOD like I usually do when I close the lid. Although now I get these 4 everytime I restart:






Also I still have this going on in my device manager:



Any ideas what I should be doing with these?

I'll post again if I get any more BSOD since I still clearly have some issues.
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