There was a second occurrence caused by the EIS Update of the 31st Dec 2014 or 1st January 2015.
This Update "negated" the MS Hot fix mentioned above.
Get a copy of Resplendence WhoCrashed (freeware) which will analyse your MS BSOD "Minidumps" and give you some idea of the likely Driver that is causing the BSOD.
This has caused multiple BSOD episodes with both PCs and Laptops and has now been been fixed by Emsisoft.
The BSOD issue related to EIS Firewall Securing IPv6 connections. See Forum Thread.
There are PC and Laptop users out there who may not even know what their BSOD are being caused by. If they have Emsisoft EIS they should make sure they have updated their software.
Hard to do if your machines is crashing constantly with a BSOD every time your reboot.
If you can not upload the Emsisoft EIS Update.
Boot into Safe Mode - Disable Emsisoft EIS via Services. Enable Windows Defender and Windows Firewall.
Reboot and un-install EIS.
Reboot and Download latest EIS (fixed version) and reinstall.
Disable Windows Defender and Windows Firewall via Services.
Edited by laopa, 09 January 2015 - 05:28 AM.