This sure sounds like a driver conflict.
I think this is what maonstad surmised based on his post.
@ maonstad...Thanks for posting the info.
Recommend that you uninstall Fab from your rig...keep your reg key someplace safe...several places if your anally retentive like me...:bigsmile:
In device manager, uninstall the patin-couffin driver...all instances of it. You may have multiple installs.
Now I'm not sure if the patin-couffin driver was somehow corrupted or simply bad. You'll have to check it out.
You can install the latest version of Fab 184.108.40.206 with VSO (patin-coffin driver) and see what happens.
Again, subsequent to all the uninstalls, you can install an older version of Fab with a known stable version of VSO (patin-couffin driver)...
test it, and then if successful...
install version 220.127.116.11, but without VSO.
There are any number of ways to approach this but you get the idea and I need another couple jolts of caffeine...:rolleyes:
Oh yeah, re: the BSOD,
Right click My computer > Lt click Properties > Lt click Advanced > Lt click Startup and Recovery > Untick Automatically restart and tick Write event to the system log (this one should have been ticked on by default anyway).
Hope this helps, let us know...