DPC WATCHDOG VIOLATION

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  1. Knaeckebrot

    Knaeckebrot New Member

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    Hello,

    since yesterday i have a problem with my surface pro 3. My surface crashes frequently with the error:
    DPC WATCHDOG VIOLATION .Also since yeterday i use my new doking station. Has anyone the same problem? is ist possible that the error is associated with the doking station?

    My Surface Config:

    I5 8 Gb
    Installed Software
    Antivirus: Trend Micro Titanium Internet Security
    Visual Studiuo 2012
    Office 356 + Visio 2010
    Some small aplications (Tex Studio, Gnuplot, etc)
    Diablo3

    greetings
    Knaeckebrot
     
  2. MiloTheGreat

    MiloTheGreat New Member

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    I think your Trend security is screwing it up.

    Can you disable it and retry?


    I have and dock, and use the Microsoft security essentials, and never had this issue.


    Good luck.
     
  3. Knaeckebrot

    Knaeckebrot New Member

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    Hi Milo,

    thank you for yout response.. I will tried to disable my AV. On my Desktop PC (also Win 8.1) i used a long time the Trend AV and i had never problems with this. But i hope this will work.

    greetings
    Knaeckebrot
     
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    GreyFox7 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I think that Office 356 must be a fake or pirated copy and that doking station ... is that related to a bong in any way :)

    Seriously, check the event log it should have an entry related to the crash(s) and point to an offending module, driver, etc. That should yield a clue.
     
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    I'm certain Office 356 would be a fake. ;);)
     
  6. Knaeckebrot

    Knaeckebrot New Member

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    Hello,

    i disable my trend av, but without improvement. My office is also legal ;)

    i tried to logalized which program or driver generate the bsod DPC Watchdog error with the windbg tool. This said, that the error comes from the nwifi.sys. I installed the latest wifi drive. i will see that this will help.

    currently i have no more ideas except a reinstall :/

    greetings
    knaeckebrot
     
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    A Refresh is not the worst thing in the world even though MS over uses this to its own detriment, leaving nagging problems unsolved.
     

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