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Windows 7: BSOD From Certain USB Device

10 Apr 2010   #1
tezlewis

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit
 
 
BSOD From Certain USB Device

Hi there, Im getting BSOD from a certain device that works perfectly fine on another laptop. Ive got a USB MicroSD Card Reader from a Nintendo DS R4 Card and am using this to transfer data across onto my MicroSD Card. When plugging it in on this laptop though it BSOD nearly everytime. If I boot windows with the adaptor and the card in, it will work fine and can transfer data across with no issues.

Like I say, the adaptop and the memory card work fine in another laptop with no BSOD when plugged in and the USB's on this laptop work fine with all other devices including printers, other memory card USB readers and external HDD's etc.

Specs of the laptop the BSOD are happening to are on my profile
Ive attached a few of the mini dump files for you to look at if possible and see if anything can come of it!!

Also is a picture of the T-Flash USB Card Reader aswell just incase you need it.

Request further information if you need it.

Cheers in advance!! :)


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10 Apr 2010   #2
JMH

Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit. SP1.
 
 

Hi tezlewis,
I suggest you do the following -
1. Memory-download memtestx86 and run for at least 5 passes
2. Run a system file check to verify and repair your system files.
Go to search - right click to run as Administrator - type in sfc /scannow. [Make sure you have a space between sfc and / ]
3.If you are overclocking-stop
4. Update the old drivers.
5.Go to Device Manager & check for unknown devices that have yellow triangles on them.
6. Look for USB Hub to see if it's listed & working properly. [if the yellow triangle shows it is not.]
Please report back to let us know how it goes.
Thanks, Jan.
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