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Viahub3.sys PAGE FAULT IN NON PAGED AREA - drivers causing bluescreen, how to remove completely?

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I have been getting blue screens while playing far cry 3 for the past few weeks, reinstalling the game and my graphics drivers did not help the issue. I ran WhoCrashed which is a program that analyses system dumps and it found that the problem was viahub3.sys. I realised that it is from the drivers of the via usb hub adapter that I installed this year as the dates information for it matches up.

After running the uninstaller there were still files left on my computer including the culprit viahub3.sys file. How do i completely delete the drivers from the C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\viahub3.inf_amd64_neutral_0ef5d1e2eb04e604 folder? and is it safe to simply delete these files manually?

EDIT: I Managed to delete the files by entering the windows recovery screen from a windows install disc, but the blue screens while playing far cry 3 still persist.
Edited by TheRealDeal51 - 7/25/13 at 3:55pm
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Please upload the dump files located:
C:\windows\minidump\*.dmp
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The problem seemed to be some sort of issue with my ram being loose/dirty, I took my ram sticks out cleaned them and put them back in and the blue screens stopped occurring.
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Hi,

That is what we call chip-creep. Let us know if you continue to have further issues.

Regards,

Patrick
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