Latest update is causing netio.sys BSOD on Windows 10 (NT)

Discussion in 'Technical Support (AdGuard for Windows)' started by tempnexus, Jul 13, 2018.

  1. tempnexus

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    Enough Said above
     
  2. Blaz

    Blaz Moderator & Translator Moderator

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    Which antivirus software are you running? Do you use TDI or WFP driver?
    Which Windows 10 build?
     
  3. tempnexus

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    ESET IS 11

    Windows 10 1803

    I have a Kernel Dump file but zipped it's 43 mb...where to upload?
     
  4. aegis

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    hi
    anywhere convenient, please pm me the link afterwards
     
  5. tempnexus

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    Sent you link to my gmail drive. Let me know when you get it so I can remove the folder. Thanks
     
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    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.
     
  8. tempnexus

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    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.
     
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  9. aegis

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    got a new minidump maybe?
    unfortunately, the first one was not really informative
     
  10. tempnexus

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    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. )
     
  11. aegis

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    @tempnexus if tdi works fine for you it's better just to stay on it :)
    we'll look into the issue anyway