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Windows 7: bsod happened while downing a video on YouTube with Internet Download

21 Dec 2015   #11

windows 7 Premium 64 bit

I don't know if this message got posted or not, so trying again.
My latest check of runningverifier results after downloading & installing latest version of TotalReorder still resulted in a bsod as soon as the screen came up after reboot. Settingup my camera on tripod to capture bsod screen showed a TotRecs.sys as theculprit. After checking properties this was an old driver from an upgrade of ayear ago.

Doing a total uninstall ofold & install of latest version solved the problem. After install of new versionof TotRecs and reboot I ran verifier again; with all 10 applications on mytaskbar running simultaneously, I tried getting another bsod which didn'thappen.

Thanks very much Golden forall your help & patience with a novice!

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21 Dec 2015   #12
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 bsod happened while downing a video on YouTube with Internet Download

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