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random crashes by driver??

Skozaa

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The driver \ Driver \ WUDFRd can not be loaded for the device ACPI \ PNP0A0A \ 2 & daba3ff & 3 .

this is what my logfile shows me,

I have updated my bios already to the latest and all my drivers using driver booster 3.5 pro and it still happens to me

im out of ideas how I can fix this anyone else that knows any solutions


best regards

Skozaa

SETUP:
i7 5820K
Asus rampage 5 extreme
4x4 GB corsair ram
GTX 970 msi
Asus xonar stx sound
CM Watercooler
750W Thermaltake Psu
SSD samsung evo
1TB HDD
 
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Shadowarez

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Google doesn't give any hints? Isn't acpi something to do with the way system resumes from sleep states or hibernation? Lemme see what I can dig up. Which Os is this happening in?

possible fix the end URL isn't same but a quick check came up with this result not sure if you got same link I did.
 

Skozaa

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Google doesn't give any hints? Isn't acpi something to do with the way system resumes from sleep states or hibernation? Lemme see what I can dig up. Which Os is this happening in?

possible fix the end URL isn't same but a quick check came up with this result not sure if you got same link I did.
hello man, thanks for your reply and efford to help me


im using windows 7 x64

and that link ive alrdy checked that forum and tried something like that but it doesnt help at all
 
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Shadowarez

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Ok Im off work I'll see what else I can dig up on it win 7 is my go to solid os can't see it breaking down like this. No idea why I bothered installing win 10 again ><
 

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If you have the win 7 install disc or usb have you tried the sfc /scannow see if it'll possibly replace any corrupt or damaged files. I never used a driver all to update my board maybe the cause of the issue wrong drivers are being force installed.
 

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If you insert and let the installation DVD that comes with the motherboard autorun, it will automatically install the "Asus COM" service and this will get recognized as a "AMDA000" interface.
looks if wrong ID for hardware

under what OS ? and bios ver current is RAMPAGE V EXTREME BIOS 3301
Improve system compatibility
update 2016/07/25
 

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