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Win 7 BSOD's at least twice daily


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skewsy

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Hi G2G's
My desktop has been BSODing since February and I've tried everything I can think of and find all to no avail.
I've tested RAM & HDD's etc. CPU runs at over 90% very often causing slow responses.

Last 3 days it's even stopped creating dmp files!

I've run Minitoolbox and Auto-runs and have attached the results plus for your perusal - I hope :-|

My system is: - (It just did it again so I'll update the files - hopefully. I disabled boot apps in safe mode this morning.)

Gigabyte H67MA-USB3-B3
SSD C drive OCZ-Vertex2 120GB
16G RAM

Appreciate any help/advice/instructions you can provide.

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It appears that your issues are caused by your AV Kaspersky.
Please remove it reboot your machine then run the removal tool.
http://support.kaspe...ce.aspx?el=1464

Reboot and then install Avast free.
http://www.filehippo...vast_antivirus/

Then test the machine and let us know the outcome you may re install Kaspersky at anytime this is just a trouble shooting process.
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That was my first impression rockmilk, but I've disabled most of the apps in msconfig, including some services - not MS - and I've not had a BSOD since!

Kaspersky is still running and although the system is not as responsive as before BSOD's started, it is running.

Do you think it could still be Kaspersky?
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