Windows 7 Bad Pool Caller

#1
Windows 7 crashes with random BSOD but all with Bad Pool Caller. I have run Microsoft's Memory Diagnostics and found no errors. Attached are the dumps etc as requested - The last change driver wise was to the NVIDIA Graphics card.

I have run the SF software to collect hopefully all of the relevant information.

Thanks for your help
 


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#2
Welcome.

Uninstall or update this driver:

Code:
start    end        module name
d1b6a000 d1bc3300   zl88avs    (deferred)             
    Image path: \SystemRoot\system32\drivers\zl88avs.sys
    Image name: zl88avs.sys
    Timestamp:        Tue Nov 27 00:23:09 2007 (474BA9BD)
    CheckSum:         00065511
    ImageSize:        00059300
    Translations:     0000.04b0 0000.04e4 0409.04b0 0409.04e4
Zl88avs.sys driver | What is Zl88avs.sys file?
 


#3
Thanks. I have deleted/re-installed Divco HDTV Drivers. The driver I had was up-to-date to I have regressed one version. Hopefully its more stable.

Thanks again.
 


#4
lol ya good luck with that. You're going to need it. When it fails, and because you haven't followed advice, please don't make a new bsod thread saying you still have problems. Because you do still have problems.

You're welcome, I think.
 


#5
well I have followed your advise, I have uninstalled the driver but as I need it to run the TV card I had two choices, run with the latest driver (the one that causes the BSOD - I can't find a version newer than what I had) or use the prior driver which as yet has not caused any issues. When Divco release a driver later than the current release I'll upgrade.

Thanks
 


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