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A few months ago my network connection icon on the taskbar was faulty so i reinstalled my network driver and it worked. Ever since, i keep geting BSOD.
My .DMP is here :
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/49046656/MEMORY.DMP. Any ideas?
Thanks in advance!
There is no such thing on my PC as tbbMeter. When BSOD appears it says it is to do with afd.sys and not pssdklbf.sys. Apparently afd.sys is to do with the network and it all started when i reinstalled my driver. The driver is up to date.