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epp driver caused BSOD right after update.

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I want to report that after EAM was updated to the newest version today, the epp file system driver caused a BSOD with the following message:

 

"driver unloaded without cancelling pending operations"

 

I have a scan running at boot up. This may have something to do with it.

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Do you have a file named MEMORY.DMP in the following location?

C:\Windows
If so, right-click on it, go to Send to, and select Compressed (zipped) folder and allow it to save the file on your desktop. We will want a copy of that file, as it should contain some clues as to why this happened. If it's small enough for you to send to me in a Private Message, then you can do so. If not, then you can use a service such as WeTransfer (you should be able to skip their premium ad and use the free service) and tell them you want to send it to [email protected] and if they let you leave a link back to this forum topic in the Message they let you enter so that we know who it was from.

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