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Thread: YASU BSODing with Windows Vista Ultimate x64

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    Frage YASU BSODing with Windows Vista Ultimate x64

    Hello.
    Every time I try to use Y.A.S.U v1.3.7071/0 with daemon tools lite 4.30.1 I am getting a BSOD while starting the game ( Pure ). I am not getting a BSOD without YASU, so it seems to be the problem.
    Any clue what's going on?

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    You should post the minidump file here (c:\windows\minidump). Also do you remember what the BSOD said?
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    I didn't have time to read it. I just read somewhere how to turn off the automatic restart thing but I don't remember. Anyway, here is the dump:

    Mini091908-07.dmp

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    Also, I got the automatic reboot off after BSOD and this the only thing after technical information:

    Code:
    *** STOP:  0x0000007E  (0xFFFFFFFFC0000005, 0xFFFFF80001EBFBB4, 0xFFFFFA6002129408, 0xFFFFFA6002128DE0)
    That's it.

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    According to your minidump file, the BSOD is caused by DRVECDB.SYS, which traces back to Sonic.

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    Can I ask, what's "Sonic"? I have never head of such a program.

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    Alright. A quick google showed that this is something related with DVD burning and maybe even Roxio. I turned off everything related with Roxio but still getting that same BSOD.
    Something else seems to be the problem.

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    Turning off maybe isn't enough.
    Temporarily uninstall Roxio to ensure BSOD is caused by something else.

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    Uninstalling fixed the problem!
    Thank you for the help.

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    Sonic RecordNow, which is apparently included in Roxio now. as Terramex said, you'll probably need to uninstall Roxio (or at least the Sonic component of Roxio).

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