BSOD stack based buffer overrun

By Pink
Nov 23, 2009
  1. Hi,
    i've been getting this BSOD for some time now, and i have NO idea what is causing it.
    i've read the topic of a guy who had the same problem on this site, but he just formatted, didn't get resolved.

    can anyone help me?

    i have a Athlon 64 x2 5600, radeon 4670 512, 2gb ram ddr2, m2n4-sli mobo.

  2. Pink

    Pink TS Enthusiast Topic Starter Posts: 123

    oh and im running windows XP
  3. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,525

    Hi Pink
    Just for future reference, you can use the Edit button to add to your Topic, if your post is still the last post in the Topic (presently not :rolleyes: )

    Sometimes when getting a BSoD you also get a Minidump.
    Have a look in Start > Run > c:\Windows\Minidump > ok
    Folder for any recent Minidumps that you can attach > [​IMG] to a new reply

    Also check for any/all driver updates from your manufacture support site:

    And make sure your XP is up to SP3, info here:
  4. Pink

    Pink TS Enthusiast Topic Starter Posts: 123

    ok, i installed all updates a while ago, and here i uploaded the latest minidumps.

  5. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,525

    Please uninstall Perfect Uninstaller
    If you cannot find it is Add/Remove programs, have a look at Start > Run > %ProgramFiles%\Perfect Uninstaller

    The exact file causing the issue was sfilter.sys
    But I don't think this is it exactly. What I do think is that you have Malware installed
    Please run through this guide:
    I also wonder which Antivirus you are running? And if a purchased Antivirus, when does it expire?

    Oh I just realized, that these Minidumps were created in April, and therefore may not be relevant
  6. Pink

    Pink TS Enthusiast Topic Starter Posts: 123

    Hey, thanks so much for taking interest in this topic, i been having this problem for a long time, and i'm losing hope..

    i'm using AVG antivirus, it expires February 2nd 2018.

    i ran all of those malware removal programs, malwarebytes found nothing, as did the antivirus.

    here are more recent minidumps.

    thanks a lot for helping me out!

    EDIT: i uninstalled perfect uninstaller as well!
  7. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,525

    That's ironic its the same issue: sfilter.sys
    Please locate this file and rename it to sfilter.old

    The expiry date on AVG is a bit strange (anyway, I don't even like AVG)
    This is what I'd recommend due to that

    Uninstall AVG normally
    Then run the AVG Remover (as it won't fully uninstall without it)

    Download install and update to Free Avira Antivirus
    Run a full scan (allowing Avira to find and remove any found Malwares (actually this is automatic)

    I'm positive that doing the above will fix your issue
  8. Pink

    Pink TS Enthusiast Topic Starter Posts: 123

    Ok, renamed sfilter.sys to OLD.

    and i apologize, the date is February 28th not second!
    should i still uninstall AVG?

  9. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,525

    Oh February 28th 2018, well in that case.... Yes uninstall it still ;)
  10. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,525

  11. Pink

    Pink TS Enthusiast Topic Starter Posts: 123

    lol, ok man, thanks for the help!!! i'll post again if i still get errors.

    thanks again!!
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