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armlocks101

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  1. I'm not exactly sure what you mean. Sometimes just opening IE causes the BSOD. I certainly haven't had the opportunity to browse very long. You don't think it has anything to do with OA?
  2. Hi Andrey. Thanks for the reply. I'm not exactly sure of the steps to reproduce the BSOD but it usually happens when I open or close something. The software that runs realtime is: HIPS:Online Armor Other:SUPERAntiSpyware AV:Avast Free
  3. I'm getting the BSOD pretty often and it looks like OA may be the cause. I've attached the dump files from my crashes this morning. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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