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van_helsing_80

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Im currently using Microsoft Security Essentials along with k9 Web Security and Comodo Firewall.
All the applications on my computers are up to date.

Im having this BSoD randomly... there is no particular event that I've noticed.

I've attached the info i saw in the dmp files tht windows created

Attached File  BSoD.zip   2.27KB   26 downloads



!!!!!!!!!!!PROBLEM SOLVED!!!!!!!!!!!

Edited by van_helsing_80, 30 September 2011 - 12:21 AM.

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phillpower2

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Hi van_helsing_80 and :)
It will help others to help you more efficiently if you put your computers details in your OP.
Have you checked the device manager for any yellow ! or red Xs, possibly the network adapters.

All the applications on my computers are up to date.

Are you certain of this as the dmp files are both dated Timestamp: Thu Dec 09 18:39:16 2010 check the time and date are set correctly in the BIOS and post back with an update.
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I've already added all the details of my rig, just click on my profile.

hmm...well dates on my system n BIOS are working fine. This date is from the timestamp (MS knows y its like this!). Well, you should check the debugging session's date (just a little above it)

Yes in Device Manager, there is a Ethernet adapter which i intentionally disabled, as i'm using a wireless network adapter now.

Edited by van_helsing_80, 29 September 2011 - 11:14 PM.

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I'm closing this thread now, as i found out the culprit.

With the help of BlueScreenView, i was able to find out the culprit. In my case it was Comodo Firewall
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Thank you for sharing the solution it may help others in the future :)
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