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    Re: Various BSODs

    Have you looked at it with Process Explorer as Vir Gnarus suggested?


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    Re: Various BSODs

    Otherwise I've gotta wonder about:
    XFire
    and/or
    Evolve Game Tracker by Echobit

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    Re: Various BSODs

    I decided to uninstall xfire because I rarely use it compared to steam which does the same thing (but worse)

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    Re: Various BSODs

    Fixed the dllhost issue - had to completely disable thumbnail previews, seems dodgy movies cause it to loop over and over.

    Btw, can anyone suggest decent C++ books?
    I'm between Beginner & Intermediate - so not completely noob ones :)

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    Re: Various BSODs

    Here is what I have for my c++ class: http://www.amazon.com/Programming-Pr.../dp/0538798084

    I cant remember the exact site I found it at but I was able to buy mine for $42 or so...
    It is a pretty nice book, lots of programming examples.

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    Various BSODs

    Problems with BSODs have stopped completely now thanks

    But still major problems with lag spikes with svchost- I managed to track down services like

    IP Helper
    Network Location Awareness

    basically all crucial network related services that can't be disabled - therefore I thought it has gotta be a driver, so I tried using modded drivers:

    http://forums.mydigitallife.info/thr...MPROVES-PERFOR

    but sadly no difference Its a TP-LINK branded PCI-E card with an atheros chip.

    Might move to a usb adapter, any suggestions on how to fix the lag spikes?
    Or will I have to try changing hardware?

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    Re: Major lag spikes with svchost


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    Re: Various BSODs

    It's not unusual to have non-BSOD issues after fixing BSOD's. I suspect it's because there were a number of issues affecting the crashes.

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