Are you talking a bout Windows 7 Forums or Windows Seven Forums ? q=bhdrvx64.sys+bsod&qs=AS&form=QBLH&pq=bhdrvx64.sys&sc=4-12&sp=2&sk=AS1 Here's a Google search of it.
I asked my local 'techie' at the computer shop and all he could advise was to reformat the whole system, which as you know is a right pain. They are actual Bing & Google searches of what the seven forums told you with bsod also.
Do be fore warned a few of the sites with Fix in the search tile come up as Red by Web Of Trust.
Personally I'm running Windows 7 Professional x64 on a overclocked pc with NIS 2012 version 184.108.40.206 and I've never had NIS cause a bsod on my pc. My pc doesn't have any junk on it, my software & driver's get checked for updates numerous times daily, as does disk cleanup, Ccleaner, Tune Up Utilities 2012 and Diskeeper 2011 Professional. 2.04 and upload it to their website @ for instant analysis if any of the other programs found any threat's.
Hello, For the past couple of months I have had the occasional BSOD, (Blue Screen of Death) not often but lately it became more frequent.
I also noticed that recently my cpu was working more often in the background when in idle state.
The BSOD would happen either when playing a game, surfing the web or just running idle.I ran a registry cleaner (for the first time in years, CCleaner) and then I uninstalled my NIS 12, used the NRT and then re installed. cleaner my 'live update logs' were missing the last 5 days entries.My pc seemed to be running much better and for one day was ok.I then ran a manual full system scan and the thing gave a BSOD maybe half an hour into it.I had a second one a day later, this was the info I had from the minidump folder. I would remove and replace it with Microsoft Security Essentials AT LEAST TO TEST" Now, I was wondering what is the best road to take here, been running Norton for a few years now and only recently have I had this problem, any thoughts or solutions would be extremely welcome!Additional information about the problem: BCCode: 50 BCP1: FFFFF8A05918DAF8 BCP2: 0000000000000001 BCP3: FFFFF880041080E0 BCP4: 0000000000000005 OS Version: 6_1_7601 Service Pack: 1_0 Product: 768_1 I sent details to 'Windows 7 Forums' with the BSOD dump and system files in a zip folder for them to analyse and they came back saying the following, "Related to BHDrvx64BASH Driver from Symantec Corporation. My system is W7 64 bit SP1, IE9, NIS 2012 I will also try and attach the zip file of the dump and system files.