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#1 doggie015

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Posted 30 July 2015 - 09:17 PM

UPDATE: After uninstalling KIS2015 the 2016 installation did not cause a BSOD. As this is a kaspersky issue, not a windows issue, I have reported it to the software vendor.

 

 

 

I have a bit of an interesting problem. Trying to install Kaspersky Internet Security 2016 with 2015 already installed on Windows 10 seems to rather reliably cause a BSOD. I haven't tried doing the installation without 2015 installed as I wanted to get this post done in case the uninstallation triggers another BSOD.

 

OS: Windows 10 (Release version)

 

Arch: x64

 

Install type: Upgrade from Windows 8.1

 

OEM OS: Windows 8. Subsequently updated to 8.1 (Clean install) and 10 (Upgrade)

 

Age of system: 1.25 years

 

Age of OS install: ~7 months including Windows 10 upgrade (1 day on Windows 10)

 

CPU: Intel Core i7 4500U

 

Video Card: Integrated and nVidia GeForce GT 740M

 

Manufactuer: HP

 

Model: F6C70PA#ABG (A.K.A HP Pavilion 15-n214tx)

 

Laptop

 

OS is on SSD with documents. Music, videos, games and such are on external HDD's

 

I suspect it's something to do with the Kaspersky setup. I have attached the files requested in the sticky.

 

I also have a full backup from before the Windows 10 upgrade and have install media for a clean WIndows 10 install (Extracted from the install.esd file downloaded by Windows 8.1 for the upgrade) so if push comes to shove I am happy to try that option.

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Posted 03 August 2015 - 05:06 AM

We've had a lot of problems with the 2016 version at work (and actually our only success was installing 2016 on top of 2015 :0)

Several of the BSOD's blame security checks

Beyond that, it's difficult for me to tell because of your use of pirated software.  Also, it's against the forum rules to help with pirated software.

Please get the system to be legitimate and we'll be glad to help further.


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