BSOD at random occasions (ntoskrln.exe 0x3B System_Service_Exception)


  1. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
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    BSOD at random occasions (ntoskrln.exe 0x3B System_Service_Exception)


    First of all, I tried using dm_log_collector, but it just crashed my pc again.So I have my mini dumps folder right here :
    MINIDUMPS

    The SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION bsod is literally hunting me. It happens at random times during the day, making it impossible for me to figure out what is causing it.The most annoying thing is that it happens alot.Like probably 20 times a day.

    I tested my minidumps on Whocrashed and BlueScreenView and both said it is caused by ntoskrln.exe

    please help me!
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    I see that klbackupdisk.sys, the Kaspersky filter driver was present in both crash dumps. Temporarily remove Kaspersky from your computer, and see if it crashes again. If it does, post the new crash dumps.
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    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
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    It was not clear where to click on the link that you posted.
    Please post with a link that does no put viewers at risk for potentially unwanted programs (PUPs).
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  4. Posts : 3
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    Spectrum said:
    I see that klbackupdisk.sys, the Kaspersky filter driver was present in both crash dumps. Temporarily remove Kaspersky from your computer, and see if it crashes again. If it does, post the new crash dumps.

    thank you so much. it's solved!
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