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BHDrvx64.sys and BSOD
I'm using Vista x64 on a Gateway GT5426E computer with NIS 2012, recently upgraded to NIS 2013. After the upgrade, I rebooted and got the BSOD with the message "process has locked pages" (0x00000076) caused by a driver with the name BHDrvx64.sys. Google says this is Symantec's file. So, before I uninstall NIS, does this file really belong to NIS? If so, doesn't Norton know about it by now? If so, then why am I having this problem?
After the first BSOD, I rebooted to last known configuration, and this worked to let Windows load w/o a BSOD. I left it and let it stand overnight, got back to it in the morning, and I saw an unrelated error message and closed the box, and then another BSOD. And now I get the BSOD every single time I reboot.
I need help here. I'm gonna reboot to last known config again and after the reboot, look around.
this message typed in safe mode with networking enabled