Windows 10: BSOD Crashes bugchecks

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  1.    02 May 2016 #11

    axe0 said: View Post
    This is most likely not 100% correct, but what I understand is that Norton was creating a file. I think that with the allocation of the file to the memory the allocation wasn't the right one.
    Ok, but it's a bit strange that such an issue with a large software like Norton cannot be fixed but needs to be removed and completely unusable. I feel like (and most likely I probably don't know anything on this issue) that the root of the problem doesn't lie there? Hmm.

    PS. I will probably try a system restore point on the weekend.
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       02 May 2016 #12

    Most probably it can easily be fixed, usually a repair/reinstall does the job, but first we need to get your system as stable as possible which includes the removal of Norton.

    I feel like (and most likely I probably don't know anything on this issue) that the root of the problem doesn't lie there?
    Norton has been causing many BSODs, as have AVG, Avast & McAfee if I would name the security programs causing the most BSODs which includes Norton, there are however various of reasons why a BSOD could occur where many occur due to improper memory handling or allocations hence the reason why there are many memory test suggestions on the internet.
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  3.    02 May 2016 #13

    axe0 said: View Post
    Most probably it can easily be fixed, usually a repair/reinstall does the job, but first we need to get your system as stable as possible which includes the removal of Norton.


    Norton has been causing many BSODs, as have AVG, Avast & McAfee if I would name the security programs causing the most BSODs which includes Norton, there are however various of reasons why a BSOD could occur where many occur due to improper memory handling or allocations hence the reason why there are many memory test suggestions on the internet.
    I see what you mean, makes sense! Much appreciated for your help I will update the thread when I get a chance to perform the suggested solutions!
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