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Windows 7: BSODs... maybe a bad driver?

1 Week Ago   #1
casanna

Windows 7 Ultimate 64
 
 
BSODs... maybe a bad driver?

I had posted an earlier thread that I had marked solved....but apparently, that was premature. I tried to add to that thread but I didn't get any replies, so I'm not sure if anyone is seeing it. I apologize in advance, if I am doing things outside of the rules.

I've added the zip file as per instructions. I am producing 4k video and that is when these BSODs seem to occur mostly. Not entirely, but predominantly. What's so weird is that the error messages are often different. Everything from Bad Spooler to Memory Management to IRQL Not Less Than.

It could be a driver issue, but I have no idea how to check that. As this how I make my living, having these crashes has really put a damper on work flow. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.




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