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    Hi everyone-My first posting here.
    Most recently- E8500 (replacing e6550), BIOS 17 (replacing BIOS 14), Uguru 3.109 (replacing 3.103) installed at same time. E8500 & DRAM all benchmark stable at 4100Mhz/862MHz.
    OS-Vista Ultimate x64-SP-1.
    Random BSOD with uGuru.sys indentified as cause in BSOD and Logs. Random, means no discernable pattern of Load/Temp/Programs/etc. Happens about once a day.

    I uninstalled Uguru and all files I could find, except a Registry file that contained "UGURU/ system32\drivers\uguru.sys" and the" Windows\system32\Drivers\Uguru.sys".

    I kept the drivers because I believe that the ABIT MOBO has a uguru chip and wasn't sure whether the driver was required for the board to function.

    BSOD still happening and "Uguru.sys" still identified as cause.

    Any ideas or suggestions most welcome.

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    Re: uGuru.sys-BSOD

    the driver is only necessary in order to use the GUI & to make changes.
    uGuru (via BIOS) & the mobo will function without it.

    3.109 should work under Vista 64 though but I know that SP1 had/has problems with a few drivers.

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    Re: uGuru.sys-BSOD

    would that apply to my situation as well? I have an Abit in9 32X-MAX mb running the uGuru system. I recently updated to win 10 from the download page and installed ok except for the boot up sequence. i get an error for the uGuru.sys driver not signed and it screws up the boot sequence. I Love this board that i,ve dragged up from xp pro. if you're right, I should be able to remove the uGuru system and it should work fine, otherwise, back to 7. Let me know what you think, Thanks

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