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BSOD, AwUsbSys64.sys

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We are using the AnywhereUSB/2.
On our Win Server 2008R2 we get randomly (weekly) BSOD caused by AwUsbSys64.sys (0x000000d1)

About 2 weeky above we updatet the Digi Driver to the lastest Version 3.51.49, because with the old driver we lost randomly the connection to the usb-device. So downgrade is no option :-(

I found the following post, but the driver of the doungle seems up to date (Only tested by WindowsDriversearch)

In the Drivers-Readme I found the following info
If you put awusbsys and awvusbd under Driver
Verifier, it would cause a blue-screen because of the DV filter.

Can anybody help to find the problem and stop the BSOD?

Many thanks
asked Mar 4, 2014 in USB by rs New to the Community (0 points)
edited Mar 4, 2014 by rs

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same problem here, already a fix??

regards Jeroen
answered Aug 28, 2014 by jeroentredion New to the Community (1 point)
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update the drive and the firmware, also update the drivers of the dongle connecting to the AUSB
answered Sep 19, 2014 by sans0909 Veteran of the Digi Community (280 points)