I’ve uninstalled CTM 175 beta by the console (worked :)).
I have two BSODs with the same CTM driver CTMFLT.SYS.
I suspect it could be related to avast Sandbox. Test it please.
I do not have the memory dump (as you already know that CTM blocks it).
A driver has overrun a stack-based buffer
0x000000F7 (0x8D19BBC3 0x83A59125 0x7C5AGEDA 0X00000000)
Please, report me back. If it is not solved, I think it’s too risky to keep 175 Beta running.
In fact, if the ctmflt.sys BSOD problem occurs, you can boot with WinPE CD, and edit the registry offline, then your OS can be started normally. For more information please refer to this link: http://windowsxp.mvps.org/peboot.htm
As for need to modify which registry keys, I will tell you in private if necessary.
Flykite, I’ll force my computer again (i.e., return to use CTM and avast sandbox). Let’s see if the problem occurs again. In fact, I’ve stayed since 16th of June without problems (BSODs) and when I’ve started to sandbox Firefox into avast sandbox the problem appears. I’ll prepare myself to use BartPe, although I’ll have to find a Windows XP CD…
I have a license of avast BART CD and I can access the registry. Maybe it’s easier for me than BartPe. You can send the instructions by IM. I’ll print them as I’ll need to use the same computer to correct the problem.
Thanks, Tech. I got the files you sent. In fact, Rolback Rx is the same stuff with EAZ-FIX, AyReocvery. They are different OEM version. CTM is incompatible with all of them.
According to your registry file, it seems drivers of Rollback Rx is still working. I PMed to you how to stop them.
After that, If the problem reproduces again, please tell me.
I’ve followed your instructions, and the files/registry keys were removed.
I can now blame Rollback due to a very bad uninstallation procedure
I’ll continue to test if that was the cause. I’m using avast sandbox again since yesterday and no problems until now.
Thanks for the support.