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    You may need to unhide the hidden files and...

    You may need to unhide the hidden files and folders to be able to see the dump file: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/show-hidden-files#show-hidden-files=windows-7
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    The bugcheck was a 0x9F...

    The bugcheck was a 0x9F, a device driver problem, specifically "A device object has been blocking an IRP for too long a time".

    If you zip the C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP and upload it somewhere publicly...
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    Apparently, it's a bug that's somehow crept in...

    Apparently, it's a bug that's somehow crept in with the latest version of Comodo for some users. Try disabling (unchecking) the Comodo Message Center, it might 'fix' it:...
  4. And MSE is installed? Driver Verifier should...

    And MSE is installed?

    Driver Verifier should only be run for 24-48 hours, any longer increases the chances of false positive crashes.

    If a verified crash doesn't happen in that time span, it...
  5. Thread: Advertisements?

    by satrow
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    All posters in this topic are volunteers here.

    All posters in this topic are volunteers here.
  6. The Sysnative app I linked to in #13. Both...

    The Sysnative app I linked to in #13. Both methods collect very similar data. WER, in MSInfo32, has nothing new this time, suggesting the collection was incomplete.

    The idea of Driver Verifier is...
  7. Thread: Admin pls Move

    by satrow
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    Drew, re-read your OP, please. Details needed.

    Drew, re-read your OP, please.

    Details needed.
  8. No need for you to install WinDbg (unless you...

    No need for you to install WinDbg (unless you have a lot of time and patience), run through the Sysnative collection app. and attach the resulting zipped folder again, I'll check for a verified dump...
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    296 is available in the plugin version now,...

    296 is available in the plugin version now, direct links for both at Security Garden blog.
  10. No worries, David. I just checked in on the...

    No worries, David.

    I just checked in on the other forum, I've no problem with the suggestions there, they're pretty much what I'd have suggested had I not seen the other 0x3b listed in the...
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    The latest returns stats...

    The latest returns stats from a Euro etailer suggests that some 4TB drives also have a relatively high rate of returns (though maybe for different reasons), additional stats on the conclusion page,...
  12. The Driver Booster text is close to useless for...

    The Driver Booster text is close to useless for most users - without instructions on how to track down drivers by their PCI_Ven + Dev #s. I'm attaching the 3rd party driver list, the drivers that...
  13. No problem, it doesn't really affect what I've...

    No problem, it doesn't really affect what I've suggested you do - check for the updated firmware anyway, if there is one, you may get a higher % of dumps saved.
  14. You mentioned the F4's in the other topic ;) ...

    You mentioned the F4's in the other topic ;)

    It appears that some of the crashes aren't having dumps saved, the X64_0x3B_bflwfx64 was one - this may be down to a SATA/SSD issue, though there are...
  15. Bear with me, I'm ring rusty. The 0xF4's...

    Bear with me, I'm ring rusty.

    The 0xF4's mentioned are frequently SSD-related, check for and install the latest firmware update for your Samsung - their Magician software should do this for you,...
  16. David, I hadn't realised you were getting BSOD's....

    David, I hadn't realised you were getting BSOD's.

    If you carefully follow these instructions, attach the required zipped files back here and I'll take a look if you like.
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    Hi, Philip. F4 BSOD's are frequently...

    Hi, Philip.

    F4 BSOD's are frequently indicative of SATA, or recently SSD, errors. Installing the latest firmware can fix some (Crucial M4's had a ~5200 hour uptime bug that triggered 0xF4's every...
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    You may have an add-on that's been broken by the...

    You may have an add-on that's been broken by the latest update of Firefox. Check the Release Notes etc. carefully, Mozilla may have indicated which ones would be affected.
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    I'd add a 2nd 4GB page file to the other (C: ?)...

    I'd add a 2nd 4GB page file to the other (C: ?) drive, so that you have 4GB on each.

    You might also see some 'smoothing' effect by using ReadyBoost on a large, fast USB flash drive:...
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    Retail site, Enterprise section, first machine I...

    Retail site, Enterprise section, first machine I picked out: http://www.uk.insight.com/en-gb/productinfo/desktop-pcs/0003609105-00000001 "OS Provided Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bit Edition...
  21. Thread: flash memory

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    [SOLVED] It really depends on the amount of paging file...

    It really depends on the amount of paging file activity and the speed of the hard drive, though this is lessened anyway by more RAM.

    ReadyBoost effectively doubles up on the smaller files stored...
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    You're not very likely to find machines with...

    You're not very likely to find machines with those downgrade options at many retail stores. They're usually offered in the Business section of the online sites of the big makers.
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    [SOLVED] It's a preinstalled software, usually on Acer's,...

    It's a preinstalled software, usually on Acer's, some trialware is often included, and yes, it should be safe to uninstall via Programs and Features, Chuck.
    ...
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    I've been using PotPlayer for about 3 years now....

    I've been using PotPlayer for about 3 years now.

    http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/best-free-music-players-and-organizers.htm
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    Sorry, losing a core from an older dual core is...

    Sorry, losing a core from an older dual core is going to hit performance. It would have a big impact.

    Have you checked that TaskMan is set to display one graph per CPU?
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