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BSOD USB_Bug_Driver

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by coolwarrior, Mar 21, 2015.

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  1. coolwarrior

    coolwarrior Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    I have been experiencing some random BSODs which give the title something as USB Bug driver code (don't remember exactly what it is at the moment). It happens randomly and irrespective of the fact that a USB device is plugged in or not. The BSODs occur randomly, sometimes twice or thrice in a day or I may even go a week without experiencing them. But when they do occur its always the same error title.
    I think it may have started when I used a plug and play USB Modem for a few days about six months ago, but I have long stopped using the USB Modem but the problem still persists (Although I am not sure if it is the cause, but seems most likely).

    Sometimes I hear the USB disconnect chime even though nothing is connected to the laptop and the USB device not recognized notification pops up. However that does not result in a Blue Screen. And at times even if the mouse is connected and I hear the disconnect chime, the mouse still works.

    I have checked the Device Manager for any error flags etc. and have tried to automatically update the drivers as well but it seems to say that my drivers are fine and up to date and there are no issues with them.

    I have also been able to locate the dump files but I don't know anything about debugging so I can't read them (I tried opening one with notepad and it was just garbled text). And I was overwhelmed by the windows event viewer and failed to locate them there. In case these are required, please tell me how to convert/open them and I will attach them as well.

    Thanks in advance.

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  2. DaveBurnett

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    Just zip a couple of the dump files into one zip and attach them to a post.
     
  3. coolwarrior

    coolwarrior Thread Starter

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    Here goes. I've attached all the logs since Jan of this year.
     

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