Help please...

I have all the files ready in a zip folder, attached to this thread.

Thanks for the help.


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There are several problems relating to PlanetSide 2, and over 20 problems with steam.exe/hl2.exe/related games.

I've only gotten two drivers that could be at fault:
nusb3hub.sys Wed Feb 24 13:10:14 2010 (4B848A86)
NEC Electronics USB 3.0 Host Controller Driver (previous BSOD issues with 2010 version)

nusb3xhc.sys Wed Feb 24 13:10:16 2010 (4B848A88)
NEC Electronics USB 3.0 Host Controller Driver (previous BSOD issues with 2010 version)

please follow the appropriate link/s and update the drivers accordingly.

It also looks to me as though you have overclocked your processor - please return it to stock settings if you have, but feel free to re-overclock it once we have solved the problem.



[SIZE=2]Debug session time: Sun Nov 25 07:38:01.516 2012 (UTC + 11:00)[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Loading Dump File [C:\Users\MZ\SysnativeBSODs\112412-35599-01.dmp][/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Built by: 7601.17944.amd64fre.win7sp1_gdr.120830-0333[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]System Uptime: 0 days 10:05:46.328[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]BugCheck A, {68003aec8f8, 2, 0, fffff8000356cec5}[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Probably caused by : [COLOR=#ff0000]memory_corruption[/COLOR] ( nt!MiGetTopLevelPfn+65 )[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Bugcheck code 0000000A[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Arguments: [/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Arg1: 0000068003aec8f8, memory referenced[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Arg2: 0000000000000002, IRQL[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Arg3: 0000000000000000, bitfield :[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]	bit 0 : value 0 = read operation, 1 = write operation[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]	bit 3 : value 0 = not an execute operation, 1 = execute operation (only on chips which support this level of status)[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Arg4: fffff8000356cec5, address which referenced memory[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]PROCESS_NAME:  [COLOR=#ff0000]svchost.exe[/COLOR][/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]FAILURE_BUCKET_ID:  X64_0xA_nt!MiGetTopLevelPfn+65[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]MaxSpeed:     3500[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]CurrentSpeed: 3510[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]BiosVersion = 1206[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]BiosReleaseDate = 06/05/2012[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]SystemManufacturer = System manufacturer[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]SystemProductName = System Product Name[/SIZE]

The dump says that memory was an issue, and it was caused by svchost.exe.
svchost.exe is a process that allows services to run from dynamic-link libraries (.dll):
Some time ago, Microsoft started moving all of the functionality from internal Windows services into .dll files instead of .exe files. From a programming perspective this makes more sense for reusability… but the problem is that you can’t launch a .dll file directly from Windows, it has to be loaded up from a running executable (.exe). Thus the svchost.exe process was born.

What I suggest:
Go to Start Menu, and type in msconfig.
Under the Services tab, select DISABLE ALL.
Under the Startup tab, disable ALL of the services EXCEPT your antivirus.
Reboot the computer, and try to replicate the problem.


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