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GMER bsod and weird driver


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#1 Bob86

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 09:41 PM

I am having some issues with GMER blue screening when i do a scan. When i run Bluescreen view it shows 2 files that cause the crash ntoskrnl.exe and a .sys not even google can find fgndrpog.sys. I aint sure if its part of GMER or not but thats what is causing the BSOD in normal and safe mode so i aint sure if its a infection or a driver issue but because i dont see it under device manager or in the system32\driver folder i aint sure what to do as google search dont find anything with the file name.

 

fgndrpog.sys From Address fffff808`c6040000 to Address fffff808`c6050000

I use malwarebytes premium + windows defender + windows firewall advanced and a have ran scans with DrWeb cure it, HitmanPro, Emisoft, Zalman and nothing is detected so i aint sure if its infection related or just hardware related.



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#2 Bob86

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Posted 15 September 2017 - 12:54 AM

Nevermind it turns out that fgndrpog.sys is the GMER driver that gets put into /local/temp/ when ever you open GMER. Still have no idea what is causing the BSOD because it only happens with GMER and the aswMBR scanner. I have also tried turning off Virtualization Technology in the bios. Can someone mark as solved please as im pretty sure im clean after flicking throught all my scan logs and running alot of other applications. It it probs hardware related so i will do a diskcheck and memtest.



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Posted 15 September 2017 - 01:28 PM

Thanks for the reply.
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Posted 15 September 2017 - 08:37 PM

...Still have no idea what is causing the BSOD because it only happens with GMER...

GMER is known for being extremely good at rootkit detection, but it is also known for occasionally being unstable on some computers. There are varying reasons GMER will not run properly or result in a BSOD. In some cases, a BSOD may be attributed to one of the scanning options available when running GMER and you may need to uncheck one or more of those options to get it to run properly.
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