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SmartSDR 1.6 and BSOD

tim
tim Member
edited August 2016 in Third-Party Software
I am continuing to have problems with my SSDR 1.6 installation.  I'm thinking it has to do with my Keyspan drivers.  I'm not sure how to uninstall/reinstall the drivers for these.  The issue is that I start SSDR, start my logging program and when I turn on one of my Green Heron controllers, the computer instantly reboots.  Once it reboots, it asks if I want to go into safe mode and after windows finishes loading, it tells me there was a blue screen event and details are saved at ...  The Green Heron controllers are on Keyspan USB-Serial devices.

I had a similar issue with the microham router where as soon as I turned on the microkeyer II (for my other radio), the computer did an instant reboot.  I solved that issue by removing via control panel and reinstalling the microham router.

Windows 7 pro 64.

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Tim
KK9T


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  • Mark_WS7M
    Mark_WS7M Member ✭✭✭
    edited January 2016
    Hi Tim,

    Just an obvious question:  Have you looked and downloaded/installed the latest keyspan drivers or are you using the Windows provided driver?  I'd definitely try the keyspan latest.

    I have at times had BSOD on other projects with a keyspan driver.  

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