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    Default Reboot when...

    I try to mount something, Or when i try to reinstall, or uninstall.

    I followed something i found on this site, and got the blue screen, and this is what it said.

    *** Stop: 0x0000008E
    (0xc0000005, 0xF7BEF229, 0xF7CA6C28, 0x00000000)

    *** yvbb02.sys
    address F7BEF229 base at F7BEF000, Datestamp 448444a4

    If you need anything else, let me know i'll be keeping an eye on my post.

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    Can you trace down the yvbb02.sys file? I couldn't find any info on it through a Google search.

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    What version of DAEMON Tools? What OS version and service pack? Do you have any minidumps?
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    i have the same problem but only on windows server 2003
    i tried reinstalling it didnt give me that error but still daemon wasnt installed and if i tried to set compatibility mode or so it gives me errors and reboots my system
    Yossef A. Ben Mikhail
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    any mevin ivrit.

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    Default The info you requested.

    Can you trace down the yvbb02.sys file? I couldn't find any info on it through a Google search.

    - I wouldnt know where to begin.

    What version of DAEMON Tools? What OS version and service pack? Do you have any minidumps?

    - I'm not sure i can even chekc what version it is, if i try to open it, reboot.

    I'm running like Windows Xp Professional, SP2?
    Minidumps?

    It was working fine until i guess i used a spyware remove, ad-aware and got AVG.

    I dunno if any of them have a particular effect on it, but maybe it deleted something, i dont know.

    Anything else you need, lemme know I'll be watching closer now.

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    What I meant was to search for the file on your system. If you're not sure how to find out who made the file, you can send it to me, Jito463 at gmail dot com (parsed to avoid spambots).

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    Default Problem.

    Searched entire pc for the file, nothing came up.

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    did you search with hidden and system files viewable. (via folder options)

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