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XP crashing, due to Sentinel System Drivers?

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So, my XP SP3 just crashed for the first time since my last install and Microsoft says it's due to a driver incompatibility. So i checked in my last of installed components and stumbled onto something called "sentinel system driver"

Now I got Nod32 installed on this partition and never used it before so I don't know if this is related to Nod32, but in case it isn't. What is it? Can I uninstall it safely?

I've googled around a bit and there seems to be a cleaner program especially for this thing but I don't know if it's safe or simply more spyware...

Any help?
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after quick google search it is for USB devices, i dont think it is spyware


Download something called "spybot search and destroy" update it and "check for problems" this will find spyware

i would try a reinstall of sp3, could be a bad install. is your windows xp legit?



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after quick google search it is for USB devices, i dont think it is spyware


Download something called "spybot search and destroy" update it and "check for problems" this will find spyware

i would try a reinstall of sp3, could be a bad install. is your windows xp legit?



give these a try
Yes, my XP is legit (this time). Thanks for the advice, I'll look into that.
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