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Hello,

 

Having an issue with this new version of Immunet that has the Network Monitoring service. Apparently, while using streaming media content (like Netflix), the Network Monitor service causes a BSoD due to "IRQL not less or equal" with "Immunet Network Monitor.sys". For the meantime I have disabled it.

 

The attached file Mini072813-02.txt is a minidump from one of the BSoD's, hopefully it proves useful.

 

I sent this info and an SDT to Immunet Support, as well.

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Hi thecomputerdude,

 

I sent you a response by email (with some additional questions). And we will get working on this right away.

 

I'll let you know by email and through this medium when we have more information.

 

Thanks again.

 

-Jose

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Since updating to the latest version I too am getting a BSOD. The error is that "ImmunetNetworkMonitor.sys is attempting to access memory at address B9E2CCD2 at B9EZA000." This has happened each time that I SHUTDOWN Windows and then repower on. Initially the login screen will display, but after entering the username and password, Windos will go to BSOD. I run 1G of RAM on a HP Pavillion m1160n running Windows MCE2002 updated with all MS updates including SP3. I don't run any other antivirus programs or monitors. I do use KeyScrambler, which also loads at startup. If I only HIBERNATE I have not received this BSOD error. The first time this happened I was able to simply restart. This morning received the BSOD twice and had to use Safe Mode to uninstall Immunet. I was not able to get and SDT since the system won't start. Is there any othe information I can provide? Is the old version available from anyone, so I can at least have antivirus running? Otherwise I guess I'll have to go to using Avira or AVG until I finally get Slackware running on this box. Brian A

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