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Which device driver is causing blue screen? 2

By MagikGimp
Jan 18, 2008
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  1. Much in the same vein as LINK WOZ 'ERE I'm getting BSODs every now and then too. I've run a test with MemTest that didn't find any problems so I've attached my last five MiniDumps; hope you guys can help me. Some information on how I can find out what's wrong for myself next time it happens would be great too. I'm running XP, all updates (apart from latest .NET service packs which I intend to install later when I have more HDD space) BTW.

    Many thanks,
    John.

    PS: I've had to remove the link in this post due to the forum's rules I don't understand.
  2. peterdiva

    peterdiva TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 1,202

    All the crashes are caused by SpeedBit. See if you can update it.

    Debug Memory Dumps.

    BugCheck 1000007F, {8, 80042000, 0, 0}
    Probably caused by : sbbotdi.sys ( sbbotdi+6550 )
    Image name: sbbotdi.sys Timestamp: Thu May 31 02:46:11 2007 (465DB863)
  3. MagikGimp

    MagikGimp TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Many thanks. Their Video Accelerator never seemed to work on this computer for some reason but Download Accelerator is already updated to the latest version. I've un-installed VA so hopefully that should fix things. DAP crashes now and then (not with a BSOD) but I find it invaluable so I'll think about keeping it or not.

    BTW, how would I go about finding out this information for myself?
    Thanks again.
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