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C:\Windows\System32\drivers It is responsible for your input devices. thumb.gif I would change it because it could have gotten corrupted, also install newest drivers from the site for your webcam.

ok so i tried to replace the file and it says i need to provide administrator permission, and then when i click yes, another screen pops up telling me to provide permission again, and i have to keep clicking try again and it wont work

and here are the permissions, i cant edit it for some reason it wont allow me to change what i can do?? i clicked edit and i cant change anything

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ive uploaded some pictures to what i mean
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Here is a step by step guide i made just for you biggrin.gif.
1.Right click on existing hidusb.sys
2.properties
3.security
4.under group and user names: click on your user name
5.near bottom click advanced
6.under permission entries: click on your user name i think rawr-pc
7.click change permissions
8. click add
9.type in your user name which i think is rawr
10. click ok
11. check box full control which checks all boxes for you
12. click ok
13.click apply
14.click ok x 3
15. locate the new hidusb.sys and replace with the one in C:\Windows\System32\drivers
16. Uninstall the webcam drivers
17. download new drivers from webcam official site
18 .Install
19. restart.

here are some pics to help guide you.
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ok im really sorry, i don't no whats going on
AFTER step 7: where i click the add button on the bottom, the add button is not highlighted to were i can click it, it will not let me,

here is the picture of my problem, this is step 8 when trying to click add, it will not let me at all.:


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i actually didnt have to do any of that, all i did was go to properties>security>advanced>clicked the owner tab> and changed the current owner to administrators/rawr-pc

lol

THEN i went back to edit the control, and i checked all t5he boxes (: and now i have full control over this file.!

OK SO NOW i finally was able to replace and copy over the file in the system32/drivers folder

and i made a copy of my file i had before it

so let me see if this fixes it, i will get on skype and see if it does.
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ok so i logged into skype without the webcam connected, after a minute or two i disconnected from skype (and i never plugged in the webcam)

and was just surfing the net, and it crashed and gave me the BSOD, i restarded and replaced it with my original file and here i am now..
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do you remember what the BSOD said? can you upload your dump file? it's located C:\windows\Minidump the most recent one.
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help anyone?
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Here is your dump file report. Unfortunately, the bug code 241 is just as generic as your error code 41. Both sort of point to driver issues, though we kind of guessed this already. The crash report citing hal.dll is a system file, so we should not look at that file, it is more likely another program that uses that file. The bug code has also been linked to high GPU temps, so you could also get the latest GPU-Z and monitor your temps while checking these other things out.

Next let's verify for certain that it is a driver issue by getting you to boot into safe mode (reboot and press F8 and select safe mode [default is fine]). Spend some time on there and see if your system still crashes.

You can also take a screenshot of your device manager @ / right click "my computer" / "properties" / "Device manager". Try and get a full screen shot so that you can show as many devices as possible. Try and expand what is in this screen shot as they are some of the more common drivers that can conflict.

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