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    Re: BSOD 1000007f vista 32bit SP1

    Hi,

    the enterprise software was installed by myself. I had a copy of that laying around so I just installed it.

    Attached you'll find the new dumps. Thanks !

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    Re: BSOD 1000007f vista 32bit SP1

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    That's good! I didn't want you to get in trouble with your boss

    Right, I'm seeing a lot of trouble with a driver, asdsm.sys, which is a component of ASUS Data Security Manager. Do you use this software?

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    Haven't used it, I'm removing it.

    The background story is my mom bought this notebook for her personal use. I guess in 2009 I installed the McAfee 8.5i on it. The notebook fell somewhere in 2010 and from that moment things went bad. The BSOD popped up. Until recently the notebook was just getting dust in the closet, asked after the notebook last week and I grasped the opportunity to make it mine. Such nice hardware, you can't refuse that.

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    Re: BSOD 1000007f vista 32bit SP1

    Quote Originally Posted by sluisocelot View Post
    Haven't used it, I'm removing it.

    The background story is my mom bought this notebook for her personal use. I guess in 2009 I installed the McAfee 8.5i on it. The notebook fell somewhere in 2010 and from that moment things went bad. The BSOD popped up. Until recently the notebook was just getting dust in the closet, asked after the notebook last week and I grasped the opportunity to make it mine. Such nice hardware, you can't refuse that.
    Good, it's been reported to cause a fair few crashes. Let us know how it goes!

    I don't blame you! From what I can see the specs look good, and you'd have to be silly to turn down a free computer!

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    Hmm, removed that ASUS Data Security Manager.



    Mcafee still is present and doesn't give any conflict. I'm going for that restore point. I hope no BSOD pops up.

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    Re: BSOD 1000007f vista 32bit SP1

    Quote Originally Posted by sluisocelot View Post
    Hmm, removed that ASUS Data Security Manager.



    Mcafee still is present and doesn't give any conflict. I'm going for that restore point. I hope no BSOD pops up.
    OK, well fingers crossed! What are you doing to the restore points?

    Tom

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    BSOD 1000007f vista 32bit SP1

    Because we're onto a new page, I completely missed it. Just wanted to make sure you had seen the great advice.

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    Hi Tom,

    I'm immediately going to create a system restore point. However, I assume Vista creates one automatically.

    So far so good, no BSOD popping up. Updating my Anti virus and doing some Windows Updates.

    Regarding the post, I've seen it and wasn't able to find the driver. Will look for it further this evening.

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    Re: BSOD 1000007f vista 32bit SP1

    Quote Originally Posted by sluisocelot View Post
    Hi Tom,

    I'm immediately going to create a system restore point. However, I assume Vista creates one automatically.

    So far so good, no BSOD popping up. Updating my Anti virus and doing some Windows Updates.

    Regarding the post, I've seen it and wasn't able to find the driver. Will look for it further this evening.
    Hi sluisocelot,

    Sounds like a great plan

    That's excellent news! Well I hope it stays that way, I'll give it a day or two before marking this thread as solved.

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    Tom lock this topic down, it has been solved by uninstalling the ASUS security software. McAfee is still present on the system and doesn't give a conflict.

    Thanks for the advice !

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    Re: BSOD 1000007f vista 32bit SP1

    Once again, it was no problem whatsoever Glad we managed to help you out.

    I'll mark this is solved now.

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