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angryhippy May 16, 2011, 03:54am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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So I've been getting these BSOD's ever since I got Win7. They seem to be increasing with frequency. So tonight being bored i have been scrutinizing my .dmp files and I went into msinfo32 as well to look at the system drivers since the dmp's were pointing to the kernel drivers and found these 3 drivers disabled. I was wondering if anyone has a clue as to why they may be disabled. I'm not having any beefs with my ROMS and google didn't find anything except posts from people who were. I don't have a blue ray on my system by the way.

cdfs CD/DVD File System Reader c:\windows\system32\drivers\cdfs.sys File System Driver No Disabled Stopped OK Normal No No

crcdisk Crcdisk Filter Driver c:\windows\system32\drivers\crcdisk.sys
Kernel Driver No Disabled Stopped OK Normal No No

udfs udfs c:\windows\system32\drivers\udfs.sys File System Driver No Disabled Stopped OK Normal No No

I guess it's like reading a medical manual and all of a sudden you think you have the symptoms for Dengue Fever. Oh ya all the dmps were either ntkrnlmp.exe or the processor bus. Probably from the overclock.

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