Had an odd BSOD

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)' started by dramatech, Jul 12, 2012.

  1. dramatech

    dramatech New Member

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    View attachment 071212-38079-01.zip

    I had an BSOD when I stopped a call on skype then tried to make another call. If someone could look at the file for me and tell me what it was. I would be very please. Thank you :D

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  2. kemical

    kemical Windows Forum Admin
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    Hi Dramatech,

    the cause of the bsod was down to your audio driver. I looked through your driver dates and I'm sure I didn't see anything dated recently (2012). Please update.
    I also noticed your running avg. If your totally happy with AVG then please carry on but it has been known to be the culprit of bsod's in the past. Have you considered trying MSE? Microsoft security essentials, very good at what it does and is free to boot.

    Microsoft Security Essentials - Free Antivirus for Windows
     
  3. dramatech

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    I have disabled AVG and I have micrsoft essentials. I've had them both for a while cause I used to get some odd viruses that one or the other would stop so I put them on when I had to redo windows about a year ago. So I have disabled AVG for now to see how it does with my normal routine. Thanks for the info I wasn't sure how out of date I was and I was out of date. Anything else odd you might see in that dump file let me know. Thanks for the fast reply.

    Dramatech.
     

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