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About TheLightSquire

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  1. I uninstalled the usb device and everything is still working fine. I'll update this thread if I get another BSOD; I think the Bitdefender was the issue.
  2. Actually I seemed to update the bios to a newer version using Gigabyte's software. So now it's on F8 from August, 2015.
  3. I'm trying to figure out the correct way to update this bios. My graphics card has a Dual BIOS switch that has legacy/uefi option and so I'm unsure if I'm just supposed to update the motherboard (Gigabyte GA-H97N-WIFI) bios which I found on their site, or try and find one through Sapphire or AMD. I'll hold off on this for now I guess. I have no idea which USB device this is. I unplugged all the devices and it still shows up in device manager. Right now all I have plugged in is keyboard and mouse in the usb slots. I checked the events about this usb device and it was something I plugged
  4. Thanks. Right now I'm using Windows Defender as antivirus. The Bitdefender was just a 6 month trial or something; I didn't want to purchase a subscription to keep using it. Before using Bitdefender I used Windows Defender as well. As far as I remember I haven't used any other antivirus suites on this system.
  5. Windows 8.1 x64 original OS is Windows 8.1 full retail version 1 1/2 years (August 2014) Have not reinstalled Intel Core i5 4590 Sapphire Dual-X Radeon R9 280 Gigabyte GA-H97N-Wifi Evga SuperNOVA NEX650G Gold I built the system model # n/a Desktop I've seen other threads and suspect the reason is between Bitdefender 2016 and Malwarebytes. My Bitdefender trial just went up so I've uninstalled it after these latest BSOD. I've tried Driver Verifier with standard settings on all drivers and it just causes BSOD almost immed
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