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    Yes, if you have some minidump of such crash.

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    I have the same problem with Windows XP service pack 3. I was sent here by alcohol 120 to get and load sptd for their software to work. I have deleted the registry key and loaded your software and it sends me into a loop of restarts. Do you need my minidump file as well?

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    So directly after Windows updates you installed SPTD without installing any other software?
    Do you have a HP laptop with DriveGuard?

    Also please post latest minidump file (c:\windows\minidump).

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  • new install of Win7:SPTD v1.74 results in damaged system (rebooting during startup)

    Hello
    i just setted my computer up with win7. i installed al the newest win updates. then i wanted to install deamontools which requires STDP.
    i downloaded the newest driver from your site(v1.74) and installed that one manually. as you know, after the installation im getting asked for a reboot. well of course i did it. but this resulted in a damaged system, means rebooting during the startup. good luck there is theis new refix option in win7 so i could set it back and fix the system.
    i also getting this failure with later versions (which i tried first)
    as i said, it was a clean system and i installed sdtp drivers for the first time and it didn't work.
    its not that "registry problem" because i setted this computer up totally fresh and there is not any regestry key yet.

    what could it be?
    im pretty desperate...

    cheers
    derb
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