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PSINProc.sys file is missing from antivirus from windows 7

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Old 21-12-2010
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PSINProc.sys file is missing from antivirus from windows 7
  

Hello! I have restarted down your system and put a blue screen: stop0x8e and psinproc.sys. File from the software is missing while installing it to the windows. I have installed antivirus and I've had or did not see anything. My OS is Windows 7. I was using windows XP in the system in that it was running well in that system. What is happening in this I not able to get it? Please help me.

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Re: PSINProc.sys file is missing from antivirus from windows 7

Make sure the name psinprot.sys is correct, and I cannot find information. See if you can run this tool where you see exactly what is causing the snapshot:
  • Download and unzip the program BlueScreenView.
  • Download and unzip the patch file for BlueScreenView.
  • Put the patch file BlueScreenView folder with other files, and run BlueScreenView.exe.
  • In the Options menu> bottom pane mode> drivers only mark found on the stack.
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Re: PSINProc.sys file is missing from antivirus from windows 7

PSINProc.sys file is a filter driver in your antivirus Panda Cloud. In these cases it is advisable to reinstall the antivirus or better yet, replace it. If you agree to follow these steps:
  • Download and run CloudAV-uninstaller.exe (Direct Link)
  • Download, install and run Ccleaner in Cleaner and Registry options.
  • Finally, install again an Antivirus. In hope this will be helpful to you to get the desired solution
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Re: PSINProc.sys file is missing from antivirus from windows 7

I did what you advised me yesterday and gave me no problems, because it never gives me problems when I reboot, it's always when I turn it on for the first time. Today I have restarted several times, but the error has gone well. According to the blue screen is caused by ntoskrnl.exe and win32k.sys driver and error codes are 0x50 and 0x8E. Thank you very much for solving all the trouble all the trouble I was facing. But please help me in solving this error.
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Re: PSINProc.sys file is missing from antivirus from windows 7

I will ask you to do a test by disabling these 2 things before shutting down the PC, to start it cold without the burden and see what happens:
  • Download aswclear5.exe .
  • Restart in Safe Mode and run aswClear.exe, navigate to and select Avast, and click on Uninstall.
  • Disable Network connection time from Admin. Devices, and disconnect the cable Network
  • Now reboot in normal mode to check that everything is properly uninstalled / disabled.
  • Finally, turn off the computer and waiting a few hours before restarting. And see if you reboot or what happens.
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