Ok, here we go again
Windows Vista Ultimate 32 bit
2 Gigabytes of RAM
Realtime Security software used
Tea Timer (A.K.A Spybot S&D Resident) v184.108.40.206
AVG Antivirus v7.5.488
AVG AntiSpy (free edition, starts at boottime but isn't really residential) v220.127.116.11
The stuff that comes with Vista itself (Windows defender I guess)
I get BSOD's at system start (just after the shiny windows logo, when Vista normally goes to the desktop screen) whenever I have Defense+ activated. The last time this happened the cause was BAD_POOL_HEADER, if I remember correctly.
I can activate Defense+ after a succesful boot with it disabled, but after a few hours I again get a BSOD (I think for the same reason) and then I have to boot into safe mode to disable Defense+ again otherwise I run into the initial BSOD at windows start.
The BSOD's don't result in memory dumps being made, and yes I did check the settings and they are set as they should be set.
I did try to disable Image Execution Control (as was suggested for one of the earlier Beta's), but that seems to have no positive effects.
At the moment I have Defense+ disabled, hopefully you can fix this problem for the next version.
Just experienced another BSOD. Again BAD_POOL_HEADER as the indicated cause. Again no minidump.
This was with Defense+ disabled, so I guess it must have happened via CPF itself.