Let us be clear. I followed closely, very closely the story of KB which would, I say have been responsible for this BSOD. After graduation, he is sure this is not MS that is involved but some manufacturers (there are not that history prevx).
Can you explain why I never had any problem with the KB installed last month and a half, I’ve installed any new software, I have not updated drivers (I checked everything …) and that it is day or CIS installs an update of two files that the problems begin?
Again, this is not the version 3.13121240.574 poses a problem as in all the topics raised in recent weeks, but yesterday presented a version, version, which, coincidentally has disappeared …
Strange … I made a system image for security (installed version of CIS 3.13.121240.574), I searched for updates to the product and therefore normally the CIS would offer me the latest product yesterday to upgrade to the 3.xxxxxxxx577, and there are no updates available … Amazing, huh? The update yesterday (actually it was two files), it would have been removed? Note that I had completely uninstalled CIS, I cleaned it, I have reinstalled the latest version available on the website (3.13.121240.574), so that I found myself in exactly the same situation as Yesterday afternoon, when they asked me to update.
So to summarize, the update xxxxx577, consists of two files that I had yesterday is gone, it’s a ghost, nor in direct download or as updates from the software. It should explain. As for my setup, I gave yesterday
Windows x64 Pro version 7 box
Intel Core i7 920
6 GB Corsair DDR3
GC 4670 HD Gigabyte ATI Catalyst 9.11
HD Seagate Barracuda 12 750GB in AHCI (system) + 2 other Maxtor Sata II 750 and 250
Ethernet Card Realtek GBE controler
Audio Realtek High Definition Audio
Tuner Card AverMedia USB A 850 HD +
I’ve changed nothing, absolutely nothing to anything since mid November or graphics settings, or other software, since KB is installed as long as the version 3.13.1212240.574, graphics drivers, for that matter .
So for 1 ½ months, not a concern, not a shadow of any blockage. The day CIS offers me a new update that has gone … it’s a catastrophe. If KB Windows were installed for over a month without worry, and just after installing an update to CIS, the same update has disappeared from the server the next day, I have problems, there who consider updating Comodo, and slightly less than those of MS, or any software that I have not changed, and with no problem, equipment ( I’m a maniac surveillance system and components) do not you think? I would add that no concern yesterday, returning back with a system image, either now with the complete reinstallation of version 3.13 … … .574.