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    Good to know about the corruption failure linked to the Asus mother boards. Thing is I´ve had this problem for a while now not days or weeks ago. And tried to solve it a long time ago with no luck and didn´t have the time to thoroughly look for a specific solution to this (I though it was something that could be solved by downloading the new drivers). I just got tired of it today since it happened 3 times in a row and started looking again for quick possible solutions. Thanks anyways.

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    This is why I believe it is important to delve more deeply into the BSOD's with BlueScreenView.
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    An INVALID_Kernel error if that is the one that always comes up is usually 90% of the time a failure of the graphics drivers. A simple update won't fix the problem....you need to uninstall the drivers, sweep the registry to clean it out completely, reboot and reinstall the drivers.

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    Already uninstalled the graphic driver, and as I was finishing the registry clean with CC cleaner the blue screen crashed my pc again. As a matter of fact I was just writing you guys about the progress. As the PC started again it automatically re-installed the graphic drivers even though I told it not to..good thing is I have the information of the crash report with BlueScreen View.


    dstrakele How can I send you the information gathered with BlueScreenView.
    Last edited by -DDKOX; 04-24-2012 at 06:12 AM.

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    When you installed the video driver last time you chose the option for automatic updates. Don't do that. See if you can get rid of it. You may need to search the web to find out how to remove it.
    Last edited by dstrakele; 04-24-2012 at 06:21 AM.
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    To disable Auto updates:
    1 Right click on Nvidia Control Panel in your System Tray
    2 Uncheck "Automatically check for updates"


    You mean something like that dstrakele?

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    Quote Originally Posted by -DDKOX View Post
    How can I send you the information gathered with BlueScreenView.
    Post a screen shot of the results if you can. Otherwise, just type the info into a post.
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    Majority of the time a Blue Screen Of Death ( BSOD ) is hardware/RAM related. More often than not, in my experiences at least. The only real thing you can do at this point is rule out that it's not a driver related issue. Not sure why they asked you to use CC Cleaner.. I think they meant driver sweeper.

    At this point, download graphics driver. Click Here

    Once you've done that, download driver sweeper here. Click Here
    *Download Installer*

    Install driver sweeper. Sit tight, we'll use it in just a few moments.

    Go to Start --> Type 'Device Manager' in the Search box, click Device Manager --> Click the arrow to the left of 'Display Adapters' --> Right click Gtx 560m --> Click Uninstall. Your screen will change resolutions at this point.

    Go back to Driver sweeper, run it. Click Nvidia, Analyze. Let it do it's job. Then Delete everything it finds. It's important to only select Nvidia before you analyze as you don't want to delete anything you don't need to.

    Once that is done restart your system. Windows will install your hardware. You will see an indicator bottom right.

    Install the driver you downloaded earlier, Click perform clean install.

    This process is the prefered method for installing and updating drivers.

    If you have BSOD's after this we now know it is not due to a graphics Driver conflict. Process of elimination.
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    Thank you tWiCeAsfLyOhMy. Followed all the steps carefully and when I was just about to reboot the computer (with all drivers gone and sweeped) blue screen appeared and crashed the system again just when it was about to reboot itself. With this I suppose the issue isn´t linked with a graphic driver.

    @dstrakele Sure I could post the info but can you explain a bit on wich info to send, I see a lot of reports and don´t know wich one exactly we need to look at. (I´m kinda new at this blue screen stuff :P).

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    I'd like to see a) the Bug Check String, b) the Bug Check Code, c) the 4 Parameters, and d) the filename of the driver or module that possibly caused the crash.
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