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Postby LoneGeek » Sun Mar 06, 2016 8:49 pm

My laptop had a BSOD and Bluescreenview said it was caused by ALSysIO64.sys. http://www51.zippyshare.com/v/aC9J9acM/file.html
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Re: BSOD

Postby The Coolest » Tue Mar 08, 2016 1:58 pm

Did it happen after Core Temp has been running for a while or when you started it?
Have you tried running it again to see if it happens again?
I looked through the dump, but couldn't see anything that really stood out. It's possible that there was some sort of a freak conflict between several drivers.
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Re: BSOD

Postby LoneGeek » Tue Mar 08, 2016 2:14 pm

The Coolest wrote:Did it happen after Core Temp has been running for a while or when you started it?
Have you tried running it again to see if it happens again?
I looked through the dump, but couldn't see anything that really stood out. It's possible that there was some sort of a freak conflict between several drivers.


Here's what happened...I login to my laptop (it was running all night,coretemp runs 24/7) shortly after I get the BSOD. I didn't do anything before it happened other than logging in windows.
The laptop was somewhat sluggish right before the BSOD.
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Re: BSOD

Postby The Coolest » Tue Mar 08, 2016 7:14 pm

Was the laptop off before you logged in or was it after sleep?
Either way, it could be a very specific coincidence. You are the first to report this problem, and I hope it doesn't occur again.
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Re: BSOD

Postby LoneGeek » Tue Mar 08, 2016 7:17 pm

The Coolest wrote:Was the laptop off before you logged in or was it after sleep?
Either way, it could be a very specific coincidence. You are the first to report this problem, and I hope it doesn't occur again.


The dump file points to coretemp being the culprit correct? No it was running all night as usual. It is never set to sleep.
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Re: BSOD

Postby The Coolest » Tue Mar 08, 2016 7:19 pm

It's possible that the BSOD originated from something the driver has possibly did "wrong" when you signed in, sadly I just couldn't pin point exactly what it was.
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Re: BSOD

Postby LoneGeek » Tue Mar 08, 2016 7:27 pm

The Coolest wrote:It's possible that the BSOD originated from something the driver has possibly did "wrong" when you signed in, sadly I just couldn't pin point exactly what it was.

Well I updated to the latest version and will post again if anything weird happens. Thanks
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