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Having a bit of trouble with BSOD lately, details inside

post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 
Hey everyone!

It seems I'm having some problems lately, hope I can get some guidance and help.

1st BSoD seems related to ATI driver, updated to latest stable release.

The others, seem a little more random. Not OC'ed at the time.

I would like to get as far as possible in solving this, cause I have some random freezes (which I think goes in another kind of thread), I want to sort out if this is my config or my hardware.

Thanks in advance.

All needed files (as instructed in the posting instructions) included.


bidomo.zip 1543k .zip file
post #2 of 6
Main suspects!

AI Suite II.exe
ALSysIO64.sys = Core Temp.exe



Update these:
vncmirror.sys - Fri Mar 14 19:43:05 2008 : www.carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=vncmirror.sys
fet6x64.sys - Thu Jun 19 14:40:18 2008 : carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=fet6x64.sys
atikmpag.sys - Wed Dec 19 21:32:55 2012 : carrona.org/drivers/driver.php?id=atikmpag.sys

Also you have loads of windows drivers from 2009 try running a windows update smile.gif .
post #3 of 6
Thread Starter 
Core temp, already rolled back to stable RC.
AISuite II too? Well, if it is a problem, it should be removed.

VNC Mirror - Will ask for updated software
fet6x64.sys - Seems related to my network card, will shoutdown to know which chip it has as there are 3 options in Via's web page.
Also, updated to latest Catalyst 13.4, should I install the beta 13.5 or 13.6?


By running windows update, do I let it do a full update? I'm afraid it could introduce more problems, but if it helps, will do so.
post #4 of 6
You can always set a restore point prior to installing the updates.
I would advise to avoid the Catalyst control-center if not necessary and install just the driver itself.
post #5 of 6
Thread Starter 
Windows is now up to date, but I don't really know how to continue from there...

Should I download the Catalyst and stuff, extract them and only get the updated corresponding drivers?
post #6 of 6
I use an nvidia card so i'm not quite sure how the amd/ati installer works but there should be an option
to check whether you want to install CCC, if there isn't any follow this - LINK .
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