1.    27 Jun 2016 #1
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    BSOD - systems_service_exception ks.sys


    Receiving this error I have reviewed many posts to this forum. I feel convinced my problem is related to the Creative Web Cam drivers (OA002*.sys), but I cannot seem to get rid of it. I have uninstalled and I have deleted/renamed the drivers but on ever launch I get the same BSOD and the drivers reappear. Any help appreciated. Logs attached.

    Thanks,
    Greg
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  2.    27 Jun 2016 #2
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    Reply with updated zip file
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  3.    27 Jun 2016 #3
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    I realize my last posts included diagnostics while running in Safe Mode. This diagnostic is running in normal boot mode. Thanks for assistance.
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  4.    27 Jun 2016 #4
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    The Latest dump indicates a problem with OA002Afx.sys. This belongs to Creative. In your case I agree, it's the camera.

    Looking at the specs for your PC, it does not come with a Camera so you musty have added it, right?

    How have you tried to uninstall it? Control Panel, Programs and Features? Give Revo Uninstaller a try, see if it does a better, permanent job.

    You could also try disabling it from Device Manager or Uninstall it from there and select the uninstall driver choice if offered.
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  5.    27 Jun 2016 #5
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    Thank you for the review and reply. The camera is integrated with the monitor, which I had prior to buying the Dell. I have tried uninstalling. I have tried disabling. I even went to the files manually under ...\system32\drivers and renamed/removed them. I have done this in both safe mode and standard mode, but on every subsequent restart, it comes back. It seems to be acting very virus like.

    I can try the Revo uninstaller, and do you have any other possible suggestions? For example, is there a way for me to disable from the startup process or something? Thanks.
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  6.    27 Jun 2016 #6
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    Oh, also, I have tried uninstalling via Control Panel and it no longer shows up there. The place where it continues to re-appear in in Device Manager under Imaging devices - that is the place where I continue to attempt to uninstall and disable, but it keeps coming back.
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  7.    27 Jun 2016 #7
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    Open a Elevated Command Prompt.
    Type pnputil -e > oemDdrivers.txt and press Enter.
    Upload oemDrivers.txt and attach to a post here please.
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  8.    27 Jun 2016 #8
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    The txt file is attached. My suspicion, since the camera is built into the monitor, each time I launch after removing the drivers, Windows reinstalls it for me because it is part of the monitor? Thanks again for your help.
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  9.    28 Jun 2016 #9
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    Code:
    Published name :            oem26.inf
    Driver package provider :   Creative Technology Ltd.
    Class :                     Imaging devices
    Driver date and version :   06/15/2009 2.00.19.00
    Signer name :               Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility Publisher
    
    Published name :            oem16.inf
    Driver package provider :   Creative Technology Ltd.
    Class :                     Imaging devices
    Driver date and version :   08/04/2008 1.01.02.0804
    Signer name :               Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility Publisher
    Let's see if this gets rid of it:

    Open a Elevated Command Prompt.
    Type pnputil -d oem26.inf and press Enter.
    Type pnputil -d oem16.inf and press Enter.

    That should remove all support for the camera.
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