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Windows 7: BSOD When unplugging xbox 360 accesories

04 Apr 2009   #1
Chespy

Windows 7 7057 x86
 
 
BSOD When unplugging xbox 360 accesories

Basically it just gives a BSOD every time i unplug the usb.

I have the latest beta drivers downloaded from windows update.

I have a wired control and the xplorer guitar (gh2), both works perfectly, the only trouble is when i unplug.

The BSOD indicates something like irql less or equal 0x000000a

Help please,

BTW i cant upgrade the driver because it gives the BSOD when disabling it to do the upgrade


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04 Apr 2009   #2
torrentg

7600.20510 x86
 
 

Maybe you have to use the tray icon for removing devices safely, before you can physically unplug it? Did you try that?

Or reboot with it removed, then update the driver.
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04 Apr 2009   #3
Chespy

Windows 7 7057 x86
 
 

The tray icon won't appear, i wanted to try that, but no luck. i would leave it plugged but i'm using a gateway t-1625 laptop, so i need my usbs i'm using windows 7 7057 x86
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04 Apr 2009   #4
TripOG

windows 7 X64
 
 

yeah happens to me to with the wired 360 controller with build 7057, havnt tried with 7068. i just use the wireless now
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08 Apr 2009   #5
Chespy

Windows 7 7057 x86
 
 

I solved the issue, after a BSOD i booted into safe mode, the i installed the "XBOX 360 controller driver" version 6.1.7057 with date of 2006 :S i don't know why thats the only one that works form me. Hope this help.
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