Is Avast incompatible with AMD graphiccards and the latest driver ?
atikmdag.sys (AMD) and aswSP.sys (Avast)
I see a lot of thread over google with
the Blue Screen "SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION" that are all caused by ATI/AMD driver problems.
So how can i get rid of it. A lot of threads ive found are ending in send it back to the vendor.
I dont think a new one will solve the problem.
Here someone is writing: http://www.computerbase.de/forum/showthread.php?t=840783&page=5
"I have the same problem as you. The only parallel is the ATI video card."
"ATi Sold and replaced with Gainward GTX570 Phantom. Fixed a problem and never recurred. I had the AMD curse."
So one guy said the only way to solve it is to use a other graphiccard type. And he tried a different Mainboard and and and but nothing changed the problem.
Here they say this at the end:
"Contact/Call the cards manufacturers support team and see what they say, but I'm thinking the memory on the card is bad."
Here is written one thing i already made and it has not helped:
"Have you re-installed your AMD graphics drivers? If you have, did you use the following method: ..."
"Still Related to atikmdag.sys ATI Radeon Kernel Mode Driver.. I would also remove Avast and replace with Microsoft security essentials at least to test."
Dont think i should do this ... And when i removed it and know that this is the problem i cant solve the problem anyway. But nice to know or what ?
"I'm inclined towards BIOS/motherboard/CPU and possibly PSU. If a complete stripdown and careful rebuild doesn't alter the problem at all, I think you'd need to start component swapping to try to work out where the fault lies."
We already know where the problem is. The AMD graphiccard.
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