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Computer shutting down and having "blue screens of death"


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#1 barrios

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 03:00 AM

Hello guys. I use Windows 7 Home Premium in a Samsung R440 notebook and here are my issues:

I used to have some stuff that were identified by avira antivirus as TR/FakeAV.hah.25, TR/Dldr.OpenConnection.NH.4, EXP/JAVA.Ternub.Gen, JAVA/Dldr.Lamar.BD. I've noticed I got these objects after using jdownloader. By that time, my windows hosts file had been changed, and I managed to adjust it manually after removing the virus. Also I had noticed a BSOD which said something like "BUG_USB_DRIVER", but haven't done nothing about that.

Well, my problem now is that my computer keeps shutting down all the time without any warning. Sometimes my network card deactivates by itself and when I try to reboot windows, it freezes at the logoff window. I've seen another BSOD a couple of times with the message "irq_not_less_or_equal". Right now I was checking problem devices on system information and found that: "SBRE ROOT\LEGACY_SBRE\0000 This device is not present, is not working properly, or does not have all its drivers installed." I really don't know if these problems are virus-related, driver-related or both and will really appreciate any help.


Many thanks,
barrios.

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