Unfortunately, the dump is not showing an obvious culprit. The bugcheck is
being caused by memory corruption, but it is a new thread and has no parent
information in it. However, it is definitely being created by a driver.
Problem is, I can't tell what driver it is without a kernel dump to get a
stackback trace. Since the issue usually happens when working with your
volume control, it is most likely your sound driver, which we suspected
anyway. I would try updating your sound card driver and see what happens.
"gizbug" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> let me know
> Fat *******;365113 Wrote:
>> If you have a place to upload the mini.dmp to, I can debug it.
>> "Darren" <Darren@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> > I'm finding with my OS (Windows Vista) that when i have i programe
>> > for Exp: Windows Movie Maker And i ajust my volume that i always get
>> > BSOD
>> > (Blue Screen Of Death) Striaght after. I am wondering if Microsoft
>> > aware
>> > of this problem and is working on a fix.