BSOD  0x0000007a

Posted on 2016-08-25
Last Modified: 2016-09-14
Hello Experts,

Computer keeps BSOD. Event Viewer has "The bugcheck was: 0x0000007a (0xfffff6fb800083f8, 0xffffffffc000000e, 0x000000007fae1880, 0xfffff7000107fff8)." I have attached the .dmp file. Can someone point me in  the right direction?

windows 7 Pro 64bit.
Question by:triphen
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ID: 41770684
Thank you for your response.

Is there a quick way to check without going device by device within Device Manager and check Driver Details?
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I do not have any device with that driver so you will need to research the devices.
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ID: 41771281
it seems to be a serial input device - have you many of that ?

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ID: 41771984
Nothing 9 pin serial, we have some USB.
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Have you found the error (going through one by one?)

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Yes, never found that file. Ended up formatting and install Win7 since we have had the issue on that OS. All is good now.

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No solution. Went another route.

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