Daily BSODs on Vista, error 0x50

By tealxsig
Apr 7, 2012
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  1. Hey guys, so I've been getting daily BSODs for a while now and just started taking a look at it, if I am reading the mini dumps correctly, I think it says there is something wrong with some hardware labeled luafv+810d. I have no clue what this hardware is, can anyone help me by telling me what this is/how I could possibly fix it? I can't seem to compress the mini dump file enough to attach to this thread but here is a link to the file from my Dropbox account, but you have to remove the spaces:

    http ://dl.dropbox .com/u/469 68384/MEMOR

    If anyone could please help me resolve this issue it would be awesome,

  2. Tmagic650

    Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 21,822   +200

    You might have a virus or malware infection, but first go here:
    Do the memory and hard drive checks, and while your there, try reading the directions on how to attach the minidumps properly
  3. dernt

    dernt TS Rookie Posts: 24

    After looking at the mini dump it looks like the Avgidsfilter.sys file is corrupt. I found the following info on that file.

    Avgidsfilter.sys with description IDS Application Activity Monitor Filter Driver. is a driver file from company AVG Technologies CZ, s.r.o. belonging to product AVG IDS.
  4. tealxsig

    tealxsig TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Tmagic - I ran all of those and everything checked out, but I still kept getting daily BSOD

    dernt - Thanks for looking into the mini dump! I'm going to completely remove AVG and hope that it works.
  5. Tmagic650

    Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 21,822   +200

  6. dernt

    dernt TS Rookie Posts: 24

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