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Windows 7: BSOD with connected NAS Drobo 5N

23 Jul 2016   #1

Windows 7 32-bit
BSOD with connected NAS Drobo 5N


My computer runned fine before I connected the drobo 5N NAS.
I had copied files to my NAS and was switching them from one map to another and deleting when the first
BSOD came up. See attachement.

I already downclocked my vga card with Msi afterburner, since one bsod gave me a dxkrnl fault.
The other faulted driver/service was nvlddmkm

Thank you for your help

Best regards

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23 Jul 2016   #2

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