I've been getting a sporadic BSOD which I think is due to my labview VI. The dump file claims that it's the "halmacpi.dll" driver that is to blame. Any idea where this driver comes from and how I can fix this problem? Thanks
Sorry, but I love doing that ^^^^^
Author: Microsoft Corporation
Author URL: http:// www.microsoft.com
Part Of: Windows Operating System
Memory Usage: Low
Associated Applications: Windows Operating System
Background DLL: Yes
Uses Network: No
Hardware Related: Yes
Common Path: C:\ Windows\ System32\ halmacpi.dll
So i've searched a good while and tried a few things (including rewriting my VI) and I just got the BSOD again. I know it deals with Labview since it only occurs while running my program. I'll attach my dump file if anyone can please help. Thanks
Sorry, had to do it again......^^^^
Go to the first link at geeks to go and read the post. Someone got help around post #4 that seemed to work, it was some strange old driver causing the problem and had nothing to do with the program when the BSOD happened.
According to Google, ser2pl.sys is the driver for a USB-to-serial adapter. Do you have one of those? If so, you should contact the manufacturer.