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  1. axe0's Avatar
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       #11

    I wonder why everyone thinks that removing cracked programs solve their problems. No it does not.

    IME you need to be in normal mode to properly remove all the cracks and cracked stuff
    Last edited by axe0; 13 Sep 2017 at 11:50. Reason: Autocorrect isn't always correct
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  2. raya2's Avatar
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       #12

    Update: I uninstalled Avast antivirus from my PC, but still recieving BSOD.

    The only change in BSOD is the message it shows:

    Driver Verifier Detected Violation

    I ran BlueScreenView app to see the Driver that caused it:

    vmci.sys

    It was related to VMWare, So I uninstalled VMWare apps and restart, But again I received BSOD & this time with another driver.

    I removed that driver But again & again the BSOD comes with other drivers. Till now I removed 6 drivers or their apps, But Still I have BSOD.

    I must say that All BSODs have the same message:

    Driver Verifier Detected Violation

    But each time with different drivers + a windows system file named "ntoskrnl.exe" (NT Kernal & System).

    Newest Dump file attached.
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  3. axe0's Avatar
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       #13

    Please upload a zip created by the dm log collector
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  4. raya2's Avatar
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       #14

    axe0 said:
    Please upload a zip created by the dm log collector
    zip has beeen attached.

    And I must say that I removed "Intel Smart Connect Technology Driver" that caused the BSOD * immediately after that, A new driver now causing BSOD named "ScpVBus.sys".

    And I bet if I remove it too, Another driver is going to make the BSOD. It seems it never ends!

    I think its not possible that all these drivers start to act faulty at the same times, When I was using them for more than 1 year!
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  5. raya2's Avatar
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       #15

    OK, I think my problem has been solved.

    I removed about 7-8 drivers & Also did a CHKDSK. And voila, BSOD gone.

    Thanks to anyone that helped me here.
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