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WIN 8.1 BSOD, KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED ntoskrnl.exe

  1. #11


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    Quote Originally Posted by Yanniclord View Post
    Ah ok thanks, well MBAM Chameleon is something i dont know why it runs at all, but it is embedded into Malware Bytes, and i use MBAM as my AV, and the Chameleon im not sure why it is running though, havent had any malware issues no. CFOSSSPEED6.sys might come from my ASROCK XFAST LAN, wich is as you said for internet speed accelerating, i can try to find an update for that. Thanks
    Don't use MBAM as your AV, use the native Windows Defender and use MBAM to compliment it. Just run MBAM on demand instead of realtime.

    Personally I'd get rid of that net speed accelerator. They're nothing but trouble in my experience.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yanniclord View Post
    PS: Mind telling me what file you did open to find those logs about the crashes you found? Since i am good at analysing crashes myself, doing that for servers all day, but i dont know how or where to start with what you did, so i will try to learn this myself, but atleast, what file did you open where it said this?
    Have a read through this brief tutorial I wrote, it should point you in the right direction.

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  2. #12


    Norway
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    Windows 8.1 Pro x64


    Quote Originally Posted by Boozad View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Yanniclord View Post
    Ah ok thanks, well MBAM Chameleon is something i dont know why it runs at all, but it is embedded into Malware Bytes, and i use MBAM as my AV, and the Chameleon im not sure why it is running though, havent had any malware issues no. CFOSSSPEED6.sys might come from my ASROCK XFAST LAN, wich is as you said for internet speed accelerating, i can try to find an update for that. Thanks
    Don't use MBAM as your AV, use the native Windows Defender and use MBAM to compliment it. Just run MBAM on demand instead of realtime.

    Personally I'd get rid of that net speed accelerator. They're nothing but trouble in my experience.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yanniclord View Post
    PS: Mind telling me what file you did open to find those logs about the crashes you found? Since i am good at analysing crashes myself, doing that for servers all day, but i dont know how or where to start with what you did, so i will try to learn this myself, but atleast, what file did you open where it said this?
    Have a read through this brief tutorial I wrote, it should point you in the right direction.

    WinDBG - The Basics for Debugging Crash Dumps in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
    Well i think MBAM is better than native Windows because reasons, and the net accelerator hasnt made me any trouble so far, and instead worked very well, so but it seems to all have fixed itself with that driver reinstall. And thanks, i will look at the tut of yours.
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  3. #13



    BSOD Kernel Dump Analyst
    Posts : 2,274
    Windows 10 Pro


    Quote Originally Posted by Yanniclord View Post
    Well i think MBAM is better than native Windows because reasons, and the net accelerator hasnt made me any trouble so far, and instead worked very well, so but it seems to all have fixed itself with that driver reinstall. And thanks, i will look at the tut of yours.
    MBAM is not an av program, its an anti malware program like the name says!
    Windows Defender is an av program.
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  4. #14


    Norway
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    Windows 8.1 Pro x64


    Quote Originally Posted by axe0 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Yanniclord View Post
    Well i think MBAM is better than native Windows because reasons, and the net accelerator hasnt made me any trouble so far, and instead worked very well, so but it seems to all have fixed itself with that driver reinstall. And thanks, i will look at the tut of yours.
    MBAM is not an av program, its an anti malware program like the name says!
    Windows Defender is an av program.
    Well i know that, but what would be its point of having all the functions that AVs have but without being an AV? Cause it partially is an AV and basicly also works like one. Also as a side note, i got the Premium Version of it, wich includes live scan and automatic removal and basicly all features that an AV program has, it basicly right now is the same. I know the difference between them, but for the moment it does exactly what an AV would, protect me when something is infecting me or is about to do it, and crapware and so on, same as an AV would do.
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  5. #15



    BSOD Kernel Dump Analyst
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    Windows 10 Pro


    It indeed gives the same protection, but for other threads.
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