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BSOD 0xD1 / Fwdrv.sys - Kerio or Malware?

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I've had a few BSOD's with 0xD1 and Fwdrv.sys. After a little research it would appear that Fwdrv.sys is part of the Kerio/Sunbelt Personal Firewall. It also looks like it's a file that can be associated with some trojans and worms.

I'm running XP SP2 and it has become very doggy. I will type and the cursor locks for a few seconds then the characters type after a few seconds. Five times for these last 3 sentences.

I'm just looking for a little direction as how to best proceed. Should I run through all of the malware removal steps or should I uninstall Kerio and then run a malware series?

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should I uninstall Kerio and then run a malware series?

I would suggest the uninstall and then see if the issue resolves itself. If still not then we can proceed from there.
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