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Hi. I bought this laptop a few months ago and recently I've been getting the blue screen of death, total of 3 times already. It would pop up and it'll have like a little timer that counts until it restarts, then after restarting everything seems fine. I would attach the logs but it says I'm not permitted... Thanks.
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Edit: Here is the most recent log I have, I have 2 others from previous BSOD's but I believe they are the same... Thanks

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Edit: Hi. Another BSOD just happened again, this time I caught the name of it. It said Worker Thread Returned At Bad Irql. Then at the bottom it had like a timer and it went up til I think 100 then restarted. After the restart everything seems fine. It just happens randomly. Like this time when it happened I was just listening to music on Spotify and surfing the web. This is on an Asus X53E Laptop running Windows 7. I'll attach the BSOD minidump Log. Thanks.

I also been googling and I came across sevenforums.com with a similar situation and the same name of the BSOD. It says some software concern is McAfee, which is what I have now but the trial ended and I never uninstalled it. I guess McAfee is known to cause BSOD's?

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Edited by jay012992, 08 May 2013 - 09:16 PM.

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