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    Yes, the minidump file for this latest BSOD appears to finger lvuvc64.sys, which is a component of a Logithech web cam software installation.

    I'm not completely familiar with that driver set or the webcam hardware in question, but perhaps you could fall back to the standard processes: removing the Logitech software and re-installing.

    Also check your USB settings in the BIOS support USB1 and USB2, just in case.

    Since I'm not familiar with the logitech kit, I can't be certain: but I doubt this would be caused by the change from AHCI to IDE. Have you had any issues with the web cam before?

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    Tinto,

    No, so far everything has been normal with my Logitech cam. But come to think of USB, I have had issues with my USB stuff in the past on my rig (about 15 devices attached).

    My old computer had no issues whatsoever with this setup, but this one here may be more susceptible.
    I may have to resort to a different USB setup.

    Thanks!

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    There are several links at lvuvc64.sys blue screen that may help.

    Joe

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