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Okay I installed HyperSLI do do the whole sli on non sli motherboard, that was the only change, and i would get the BSOD when I do a rootkit scan. So now to figure out if it is maleware or what.... using version 1.0....

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If I uninstall hypersli I can then do a rootkit scan with no issues. I feel like I just wasted a bunch of time and stress here lol but still the question arises, what exactly should I do? Just not do any rootkit scans unless hypersli is disabled?

This is why if you're having problems, you eliminate any external factors before investigating... If you assume you have a problem that doesn't exist, then you're chasing unicorns.

For BSOD debugging, tompsonn might be able to help you. He's very good with analyzing those issues.
post #32 of 34
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Honestly I hadn't considered the sli patch to be the issue =/ I believe there was another issue present with my windows update anyways. I had booted under normal things with safe mode and still same issue I hadn't considered uninstalling the patch.

Regardless I appreciate the help and I feel 3/4 retarded right now but I hadn't found anything whilst googling the sli patch as far as my issues.
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post #33 of 34
But it the fact still remains that the example provided above is a deliberately initiated crash, it's normally user initiated for the sake of making a memory dump, nothing actually crashed or went awry, it's a case of "you know what, I think I'll bluescreen this computer. 3, 2, 1, boom!". I would try and find an alternative to HyperSLI, or at least get it from a different source because it may well include a rootkit, if it's genuine it must be documented by the creators somewhere but all I can think is why it is actively detecting rootkit scans and purposely crashing the system when it does detect one.
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I can try using a different version I got it right from the website that it was linked too from this forum. I have been looking but I can't seem to find an alternative yet I will continue my search. Nobody really bothers with SLI hacks anymore because all the newer boards support both =/
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