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BSoD = tdx.sys & afd,sys


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van_helsing_80

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this BSoD is random, im seriously irritated from these. My system rig is available in my profile.

I keep my drivers updated, HDD fragment free (as much as possible), and checked the RAM via Memtest, sticks are clean! I've even performed the integrity check, i.e. sfc. CLEAN!

I tried my brain with tdx.sys and afd.sys but didn't came up to a conclusion, google is filled with more unanswered crap, and in those answered, people have culprits in form of firewall/security/RAM. But I guess im clean from most of them.

I've attached BSoD info via BlueScreenView

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Edited by van_helsing_80, 04 October 2011 - 07:51 PM.

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