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    BSOD problems

    Hello Gentlemen ! I am having BSOD problems with my new computer occurred multiple times when I tried to run Norton Power Eraser..Here are the files needed as per instructed.



    OS - Windows 10 home 64bit
    Original OS is windows 8 home and I upgraded to free windows 10 as offered by microsoft
    Age of the system is 1 month

    Desktop:
    CPU-i7 6700k 4Ghz (no OC)
    Vcard - gtx 1080
    Motherboard - gigabyte z170 gaming 3
    PSU - Seasonic S12II 620watts


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    • specs System Specs
      • Manufacturer:
        Custom
      • Motherboard:
        ASUS Maximus VII Ranger
      • CPU:
        i7 4790K @ 4.4GHz
      • Memory:
        Corsair Vengeance 16GB 1866MHz
      • Graphics:
        MSI Gaming 4G GTX 980
      • Sound Card:
        Creative Soundblaster ZxR
      • Hard Drives:
        Samsung 850 SSD 250GB
      • Disk Drives:
        Western Digital Black Caviar 2TB
      • Power Supply:
        Corsair RM650 Modular 650 Watts
      • Case:
        Fractal Design Define R5 Window
      • Cooling:
        Corsair H100i GTX
      • Display:
        Dell U2515H 25inch 2560x1440 + LG Flatron M2262D 22inch 1920x1080
      • Operating System:
        Windows 10 Professional x64

    Re: BSOD problems

    IOMap64 is referencing invalid memory, consistently, which is usually a bug.
    It's just garbage bloatware. I'd just remove it all. It's from your ASUS motherboard CD.

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    Re: BSOD problems

    Quote Originally Posted by Jared View Post
    IOMap64 is referencing invalid memory, consistently, which is usually a bug.
    It's just garbage bloatware. I'd just remove it all. It's from your ASUS motherboard CD.
    Thank you for this sir! How to do I remove it? My mobo is Gigabyte however...

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    Jared's Avatar
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    • specs System Specs
      • Manufacturer:
        Custom
      • Motherboard:
        ASUS Maximus VII Ranger
      • CPU:
        i7 4790K @ 4.4GHz
      • Memory:
        Corsair Vengeance 16GB 1866MHz
      • Graphics:
        MSI Gaming 4G GTX 980
      • Sound Card:
        Creative Soundblaster ZxR
      • Hard Drives:
        Samsung 850 SSD 250GB
      • Disk Drives:
        Western Digital Black Caviar 2TB
      • Power Supply:
        Corsair RM650 Modular 650 Watts
      • Case:
        Fractal Design Define R5 Window
      • Cooling:
        Corsair H100i GTX
      • Display:
        Dell U2515H 25inch 2560x1440 + LG Flatron M2262D 22inch 1920x1080
      • Operating System:
        Windows 10 Professional x64

    Re: BSOD problems

    On the control panel, just look for ASUStek software of any kind.
    It's a kernel mode driver, but it doesn't say for which software package, I assume it's I/O bit or something.

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    Re: BSOD problems

    Quote Originally Posted by Jared View Post
    On the control panel, just look for ASUStek software of any kind.
    It's a kernel mode driver, but it doesn't say for which software package, I assume it's I/O bit or something.
    Only the GPU tweak II and ASUS product registration program are ASUStek..should I just remove the product registration program?

  6. #6

    Re: BSOD problems

    Hello Guys, I'm still experiencing the same BSOD, most of the time if I restart my PC.

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