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post #11 of 25
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Disable ESET?

Also, bang on with the Marvell driver. Installed it from the MSI disk and its good. Now doing the USB3.0 driver.
 
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post #12 of 25
Excellent. As far as ESET NOD32 goes, just make sure for the time being it is not active / enabled. Make sure it's not on start-up, etc, as that is what was in both of those verified dumps as the probable cause. I would recommend personally fully uninstalling ESET / NOD32 as you can just very easily install it later at another time if it happens to not be the culprit, however if it was, you then know it's time to move to a different anti virus that doesn't spark issues with Windows 7, which I can help you with after we have this solved smile.gif
post #13 of 25
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Its time to update it anyway. ESET Smart Security 4 is EOL according to secunia and it only has one month left on the subscription. I've been using ESET since ver4 was released a few years ago. Odd, its never caused a problem, lol that I am aware of, in the past. I'll disable it and see how it goes. I guess I could run AVAST for the time being.

You have been great. I cant thank you enough!
 
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I would actually not recommend Avast either, as it is known to cause many issues with Windows 7 as well. For now, just remove it / disable it and let me know if things are smooth once again, and then we can move onto a different and new anti virus program for you! smile.gif

And no problem, it's my pleasure really... it's people like you who help me get better and better at it, so I thank you as well!
post #15 of 25
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lol careful what you ask for! tongue.gif

THIS is the stuff we need to be learning at school. I am 6 classes away from my AAS in network technology (I HATE networking compared to computer repair but that is where the $$$ is). I just applied for my CCC in Computer Technology and will get it at the end of this semester. I initially went to a technical school for Computer Technology and we got to work on PC's that other students would bring in. I loved that bit. When I transferred to Gulf Coast State College that all ended. I have begged my A+ instructor to lobby the school to allow on site repair. They don't seem to be interested. I learned more about PC's at the technical school in 3 months than I have in almost 2 years at college.

Just when I THINK I am getting the hang of this stuff I get a reality check by the real computer guys! redface.gif What AV do you suggest?
 
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post #16 of 25
Kaspersky is a great choice currently for paid anti virus programs. Personally, I use Microsoft Security Essentials as my anti virus and Malwarebytes for weekly malware scans. Both free and work wonders.
Edited by pjBSOD - 2/13/12 at 10:33pm
post #17 of 25
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I need something kid proof. Even with their own accounts them seem to cause me no end of frustration. I'll give the Kaspersky a try. Thanks... ummm... e-peen. thumb.gif

This blew right thru ESET.
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I'll monitor for BSOD and report back. I've restared 3 times with driver updates and so far so good. thumb.gif Thanks to you!
 
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post #18 of 25
Oh wow! That doesn't look good. That many infections can also lead to BSODs as well. Anyways, keep me updated and after you remove all of those infections, ensure your accounts that you've registered to sites aren't comprised and such as I see many Trojans and such listed, at least from what I can see.
post #19 of 25
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That was a fake AV suite. It walked all over ESET. Rkill and combofix took care of it in short order.

Now I remember why I rolled back the graphics driver. The newest version has a tendency to just shut off my display. When I say shut off, I mean it drops the signal to my monitor. Just did it after 30seconds from a cold boot.
 
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post #20 of 25
I keep getting the same BSOD, been happening for years. Couldn't find the fault so i kinda just gave up on it.
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