BSOD from usbohci.sys - possibly associated with gaming


  1. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
       #1

    BSOD from usbohci.sys - possibly associated with gaming


    Have been experiencing frequent BSODs, possibly associated with, but not limited to gfx intensive gaming (GTA V). Crashes often happen sometime after I close the game, and will recur for a while after. (Perhaps heat related?) During resets, sometimes Win10 cannot load my user profile, or other BSODs occur during the reboot. I have always declined to revert to a restore point, out of stubborness. Eventually everything runs okay, but I'm in constant fear of the BSOD!

    The initial BSOD will cite the usbohci.sys file as a culprit. I understand this may be associated with AMD gfx drivers, but a driver update did not help.

    Appreciate any help you all can offer. As a fallback, if you think it would help, I may install a fresh version of Windows 10 (which was downloaded and installed against my will as with many others).

    Thanks!
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  2. Posts : 654
    windows 10 Pro
       #2

    Start with updating your Logitech USBcamera to a windows 10 compatible drivers, your drivers are from 2008.
    If no drivers avaliable uninstall/remove it and see if this stops the BSOD.
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  3. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #3

    More BSOD - Faulty Hardware Page Reset


    lifetec said:
    Start with updating your Logitech USBcamera to a windows 10 compatible drivers, your drivers are from 2008.
    If no drivers avaliable uninstall/remove it and see if this stops the BSOD.

    So I just experienced another BSOD (minidump attached), this time saying "Stop Code: Faulty Hardware Corrupted Page". It then rebooted okay.
    Thank you very much for taking a look at this. I did update the Logitech drivers, but the most recent one is from 2009 since this USB camera was only supported up through Win7.
    Any ideas? Thanks again.
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