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BSOD... again...


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See here for old BSOD (In case you think it may be related...)

http://www.geekstogo...YS-t240993.html

I am now getting some new BSOD's. I cant see what they are because even though my pc is set to freeze on teh BSOD it isnt for some reason.

Here are the latest 2 dump Files...

http://rapidshare.co...6/Minidump2.zip

Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
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First error was caused by sptd.sys, which is a driver used by the CD Rom emulation program, Daemon Tools Version 4. There have been some reports of problems with this driver.
The second error was caused by CLASSPNP.SYS, which is one of Windows system files.
I'd start with trying fix the first error.
Try to reinstall Daemon Tools, if you really need them.
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OK, removed Daemon Tools completely but have just got another BSOD. Just checked the minidump and apparently it was caused by HIDCLASS.SYS ( HIDCLASS+2295 ).

If you would like log uploaded just let me know.
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Yes, please. You can simply zip the file, and attach it to your next reply.

Do you use any of these:

* Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 7000
* Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000
* Microsoft Habu Laser Gaming Mouse
* Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer for Bluetooth 2.0
* Microsoft IntelliPoint 6.1
* Microsoft IntelliPoint 6.0
* Microsoft IntelliPoint 5.2
* Microsoft IntelliType Pro 6.1
* Microsoft IntelliType Pro 6.0
* Microsoft IntelliType Pro 5.5
* Microsoft IntelliType Pro 5.4
* Microsoft IntelliType Pro 5.3
* Microsoft IntelliType Pro 5.2
* Microsoft Laser Mouse 6000
* Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop 3000
* Microsoft Optical Desktop Elite for Bluetooth
* Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 7000
* Microsoft Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer for Bluetooth
* Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 6000
* Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 6000 v2.0
* Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 8000
* Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000
* Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 5000
* Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 6000
* Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse
* Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 4000
* Microsoft Wireless Notebook Presenter Mouse 8000
* Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop 4000
* Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop 5000
* Microsoft Wireless Optical Mouse 2.0
* Microsoft Wireless Optical Mouse 3000
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As far as I'm aware, I am not using any of the above.

Here is the log...

http://rapidshare.co...ni061409-03.zip
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I'd say, you have some system files problem.

Go Start>Run ("Start Search" in Vista), type in:
sfc /scannow
Click OK (hold CTRL, and SHIFT, hit Enter in Vista).
Have Windows CD/DVD handy.
If System File Checker (sfc) will find any errors, it may ask you for the CD/DVD (rarely in Vista case).
If sfc won't find any errors in Windows XP, it'll simply quit, without any message.
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Ok. Ill give it a go. Ill let you know what happens.

Edited by TheWhiteWolf, 14 June 2009 - 04:26 PM.

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Ok, I did that and it asked for the disk but didnt do anything that I could see (it just closed at the end like you said it would) and I just had another BSOD. Log below.

http://rapidshare.co...ni061509-01.rar
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OK, we're back to Daemon Tools, because your latest error came from sptd.sys, which is part of Daemon Tools.
How did you remove it?
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I used the uninstall.exe that came with it, I then searched for any Daemon tools files/folders that I could find using Windows Search and searched through the Registry deleting anything that I thought was linked to Daemon Tools.

It is possible that I may have missed on or two files though.
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Download Autoruns for Windows: http://technet.micro...s/bb963902.aspx
No installation required.
Simply unzip Autoruns.zip file, and double click on autoruns.exe file to run the program.
Click Options, then Hide Microsoft Entries.
Click File, then Refresh.
Go File>Export As, and save AutoRuns.txt file to know location.
Attach AutoRuns.txt file to your next reply.
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here is the Autoruns.txt you asked for.

http://rapidshare.co...74/AutoRuns.zip
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It's better to simply attach txt file, than upload it somewhere else. It saves me couple of clicks.

Open Autoruns, find following section:
HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services

In the above section, you'll find following line:
sptd SCSI Pass Through Direct Host Duplex Secure Ltd. c:\windows\system32\drivers\sptd.sys
Remove checkmark.

Restart computer, delete sptd.sys file from c:\windows\system32\drivers
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Thanks for the help. So far so good.
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Very well :)
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