Blue screen crashes in Windows 7 - 32bit

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clocks
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Re: Blue screen crashes in Windows 7 - 32bit

Post by clocks » Tue Jun 01, 2010 11:11 pm

I am trying Twister out again, with the new version of the file provided. One bug now is that the program mistakenly labels the VLC Player uninstall.exe as a virus. I got this last time also, but I was able to ignore, or make as safe. Now, it just kept popping up until I finally selected rename. I will see if this occurs with any other files.

ftfans
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Re: Blue screen crashes in Windows 7 - 32bit

Post by ftfans » Wed Jun 02, 2010 12:06 am

clocks wrote:I am trying Twister out again, with the new version of the file provided. One bug now is that the program mistakenly labels the VLC Player uninstall.exe as a virus. I got this last time also, but I was able to ignore, or make as safe. Now, it just kept popping up until I finally selected rename. I will see if this occurs with any other files.
@clock,
Is your bluescreen problem solved? It's a very good news.
Did you use default setup? The false positive is really a problem, you can post the download link here, I will inform the Filsec Lab via email.
I am not officer from Filseclab, LOL

clocks
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Re: Blue screen crashes in Windows 7 - 32bit

Post by clocks » Wed Jun 02, 2010 12:32 am

No BSOD yet since reinstall, but it has only been <2 hours. I was able to complete a scan, which may be the first time ever I was able to do that since testing the program. I run the default settings with exception of updating, where I use "Express Mode" without auto reboot.

Link to VLC Player (false positive):
http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

Is there much difference between Full & Quick scan? I noticed quick scan took quite a while.

clocks
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Re: Blue screen crashes in Windows 7 - 32bit

Post by clocks » Wed Jun 02, 2010 12:43 am

Here is another FP......thanks

http://www.guru3d.com/category/driversweeper/

Tony
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Re: Blue screen crashes in Windows 7 - 32bit

Post by Tony » Wed Jun 02, 2010 9:04 am

Hi clocks, great to see Twister is now working for you :)

You can submit the false positives via the right click Twister icon/Submission/Online Submit False Positive, or from the submission tab in the gui.
Lets Twist again, like we did last summer.

clocks
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Re: Blue screen crashes in Windows 7 - 32bit

Post by clocks » Wed Jun 02, 2010 11:46 am

Thanks. I will try that out.

I wouldn't say I am out of the woods yet, but I ran for about 4 hours last night with no crash. Hopefully thing continue like this.

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