Please understand that these are my observations after having worked with BSOD's as a specialty for around the last 8 years or so.
As such I've seen a lot of problems and structure my advice with considerations about those problems.
BUT, this doesn't mean that all of this stuff is to blame. Rather that it has the potential to be blamed, but we have to remove it in order to figure out if it is to blame.
You can do this one-by-one, and you'll be doing this for weeks to come, or we can just do it all at once and be satisfied when the problem is fixed.
For example, I see many, many BSOD's due to USB adapters. Yet I know a couple of people (to include one of my son's) who use them without any problems.
Again, we can fix these without knowing the reason why (as I described above) - but if you want to know the reason why it'll be very expensive. You'll likely pay thousands of dollars (US) and have to ship your system to the person who's going to analyze it (FYI - I can't/won't do this as I believe it would be a conflict of interest to my giving help for free).
The EasySaver program (it's the gdrv.sys driver) should be in Control Panel...Programs and Features.
If not, I'd suggest downloading a fresh copy, installing it, then uninstalling the fresh copy.
We can rip it out by the roots - but it's not a nice operation and undoubtedly leaves some traces behind.
You can also use an installation monitor (such as Install Monitor) to ensure you remove all traces - but it's not free software.
The list of drivers in my previous post is a list of the 3rd party drivers that were present when the memory dump was generated.
My suggestions will take care of the doubtful ones.
The rest can be taken care of by:
- downloading a fresh copy of the latest, W8.1 compatible version from the manufacturer's website
- uninstalling the current version from Control Panel...Programs and Features
- if unable to uninstall from Control Panel...Programs and Features, then locate the device in Device Manager, then right click on it and select "Uninstall" If it asks to remove the software, check the box and click OK (you want to remove the software).
- then install the freshly downloaded version
- monitor for further problems.
The list is merely those that were in the memory dump - it doesn't say which were to blame and which weren't.
The links below it are so you can look up the drivers and see if there's a place where you can find them to download.
The links below the drivers all point to my Driver Reference Table (DRT) that I maintain at http://www.carrona.org/dvrref.php
Edited by usasma, 06 June 2016 - 02:23 PM.