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Panda II - 64bit USBizi driver BSOD?


#1

Successfully installed drivers (windows 7 64 bit – had Panda II plugged into USB3.0 capable (backwards-compatible) port (might be related??)), libraries and such, and was able to write and debug programs with Visual Studio 2010.

… BUT, after having switched to other non-Panda II projects, I got a BSOD (I usually run without a pagefile, so I don’t have a dump)

I unplugged the panda, as I wasn’t using it, in hopes that doing so might prevent a BSOD temporarily.

I decided to enable a pagefile to catch a dump in case I BSOD’d again. A few hours later I got the same crash, and it supposedly captured a dump, but I can’t seem to track it down.

After that crash, I uninstalled and deleted drivers for the USBizi, and I DID NOT CRASH for the rest of the night.

This morning, I’m feeling ballsy, so I reinstalled the drivers, and have been saving RELIGIOUSLY in case I BSOD again…

Has anyone else had BSOD’s using the 64-Bit “GHI NETMF USB Drivers”? Or am I just lucky?


#2

Almost every single machine at GHI is 64bit and we do not see this behavior.


#3

Hmmmm… If it happens again, I’ll host the dump file on my apache server and link it in a reply.


#4

Domino, Panda, Panda II, Cobra… all run on all of my Win7 x64 machines, no BSODs. Admittedly, there’s no USB3 ports on anything I own…