That must be me (:WAV). I can confirm this problem between Comodo’s beta/alpha products (:AGY) (only joking (:HUG) ). Unfortunately, I’ve had to drop back to CFP2 (being a work’s laptop and too scared to try another alpha (:LGH) ). Hope this problem gets fixed soon.
I have no problems since I disabled the On-Access driver. Well, except that On-Access scanner no longer works, and I get an error message every startup… It cannot even be started manually (which was how I set the driver, to Manual rather than Automatic). It did stop the BSODs, though…
…but I think they haven’t downloaded yet, as it has been downloaded two times - one obviously by Andreas, and one by me. I don’t know how to open it. I just wanted to find out what “BSOD” was, but then I googled and now I know… Hope your screen won’t die again LM
Hey, BSODs are a “fact” of software-testing. If you can’t stand the BSOD’s stay off the computer… LOL
Besides, I used to use Windows 98. With that, the slogan is “A BSOD a day keeps Windows away…” ;D
Where these things get frustrating is if you don’t have system recovery set to not reboot when you get a BSOD; at that point, it will go into a constant loop of BSOD, reboot, BSOD, reboot. If that happens, hopefully a quick hop into SafeMode will take care of it; but not always. So the computer is set not to reboot. Then I get the screen saying what went wrong; it’s helpful to know, as that gives some idea what to disable (in this case, CAVASM).