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Discussion in 'Technical Support (AdGuard for Windows)' started by tempnexus, Jul 13, 2018.
Enough Said above
Which antivirus software are you running? Do you use TDI or WFP driver?
Which Windows 10 build?
ESET IS 11
Windows 10 1803
I have a Kernel Dump file but zipped it's 43 mb...where to upload?
anywhere convenient, please pm me the link afterwards
Sent you link to my gmail drive. Let me know when you get it so I can remove the folder. Thanks
Saw your thread in ESET forums, and just updated mine to the latest pre-release version as well (220.127.116.11)
No crashing yet, but will report later if something happens.
As an option, I have SSL Scanning disabled in ESET. What do you use?
I have SSL scanning enabled in ESET.
I haven't updated yet but it looks like the 11.2.49 is few days away from being released so I hope they figure it out....they being Adguard and Eset.
Istalled latest ESET got a BSOD after 50 min but then I rebooted and disabled WFP driver in Adguard and so far no BSOD....so please take a look at your WFP driver.
got a new minidump maybe?
unfortunately, the first one was not really informative
Unfortunately, the BSOD that occured only had minidmp checked and not a kernel dump.
Now I've selected the Complete Memory dump however since I unchecked the WFP Driver the system has been stable.
I will check the WFP driver and see if it BSOD. (However, currently not at that system...so it will take me a few hours. )
@tempnexus if tdi works fine for you it's better just to stay on it
we'll look into the issue anyway