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Thread: BSOD tdx.sys windows 7

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    BSOD tdx.sys windows 7

    hi,
    i recently bought Pavilion zd8230us (EC294UA) PC Notebook,MPN: EC294UA, Pentium 4 3.4 GHz, 1 GB RAM, 100 GB hard drive, 17 in. WXGA+ TFT Active Matrix,installed windows 7and installed AVG.I have been getting the tdx.sys --837d1b93 BSOD.Other users have similar experiences? MS has the fix in Vista is not integrated into W7?Any recommendations and suggestions are appreciated.

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    Re: BSOD tdx.sys windows 7

    I tried the Norton beta for Windows 7 and had a BSOD with a tdx.sys error as well. Also tried Kaspersky and got a BSOD and a kl1.sys error. Is there an anti-virus that works with Windows 7? I hate running the OS without an antivirus.

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    Re: BSOD tdx.sys windows 7

    I've not tried TI11 on 64 bit Windows since I only have that from WIndows 7 BETA and that won't recognize my ethernet controller so it's not much use.
    But the only problem I've had with TI11 was when I accidentally invoked that Secure Zone subsystem so I steer clear of using it. No problems backing up / imaging to an external hard drive since that's how I handle the Norton betas.

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    Re: BSOD tdx.sys windows 7

    i recently bought Pavilion zd8230us (EC294UA) PC Notebook,MPN: EC294UA, Pentium 4 3.4 GHz, 1 GB RAM, 100 GB hard drive, 17 in. WXGA+ TFT Active Matrix,installed windows 7and installed AVG.I have been getting the tdx.sys --837d1b93 BSOD.Other users have similar experiences? MS has the fix in Vista is not integrated into W7?Any recommendations and suggestions are appreciated.
    Uninstall your Antivirus and run naked 'til a fix is out.

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    Re: BSOD tdx.sys windows 7

    This is an issue connected with problem in driver tdx.sys, caused by scanning of networked drive. If you have any mapped drive connected, exclude it from the Resident Shield detection (menu Tools > Advanced settings > Resident Shield > Excludes) and reboot your PC. That should help.

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