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walvhid.sys - My driverless mouse driver causing Windows 7BSOD??!!

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Hi,
I experienced random Windows7 (Home Premium 64bit) BSOD's (see my previous topics). Running Verifier.exe a few dozens of times I found one driver that caused Verifier to produce BSOD. It is: "walvhid.sys" It seems to be a Human Interface Driver. Its full name is "Windows (R) Codename Longhorn DDK Provider".
Question: how do I get rid of this? Or how do I fix this driver? DDK is a kind of development kit, do I need that? (Have no idea what installed that.) I checked with a few antivirus program, they did not find it infected.
I remember that on Windows XP SP3 I suddenly had probelm with "HID-compatible device" - that is my mouse! I had no probelm in SP2. And now, here it is again with Windows 7... What do I do? I don't want to revert to mechanical mouse...
Thanks,
Attila
    
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Oh, I forgot to tell, that this is my wife's computer, so ignore the specs in my signature, her computer has:
- Gigabyte H55M-USB3 mother board (on-board LAN and sound used, on-board graphics disabled - everything with newest driver)
- Intel I3 550 (not overclocked)
- XFX Radeon HD 5850 Black Edition video card (with newest driver, not overclocked)
- 2x2GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600MHz PC3-12800 memory
- 2x 1TB 7200rpm HDD (SATA-2, in AHCI mode)
- Samsung WriteMaster optical drive (with newest driver)
- PS/2 keyboard, USB optical mouse
- Microsoft LiveChat USB Headset
- Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, Windows Update On, fully up-to-date
- Comodo free firewall (Windows firewall disabled) and Microsoft Security Essentials
    
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WWWowww! walvhid.sys is on the installer cd of my Trust digital tablet! And guess what, on the WInXP I had a Trust mouse! It seems it is a Trust driver-related problem!
    
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upload the crash dump
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