Home > Blue Screen > Symantec Causing Blue Screen Windows 7

Symantec Causing Blue Screen Windows 7

Contents

The instructions essentially: 1. LU installed 19 updates + 1 additional Patch and was on 22.6.0.142 afterwards (Only ran LU once). No, they do NOT have a fix, despite what I was told originally. Only commonality is i use norton security on all of them. http://digitalsurgeon.net/blue-screen/symantec-endpoint-protection-causing-blue-screen-windows-7.html

Tomorrow I will try it with the other pc's. Thanks to delphinium for suggesting the BlueScreenView utility here in a previous thread.------------MS Windows 32-bit Vista Home Premium SP2 * Firefox 27.0.1* IE 9.0 * NIS 2013 v. 20.4.0.40 * BlueScreenView Please send us the logs. If you continue to see Blue Screen errors, and both of the above files and folders exist on your system, please see this post for information to gather. this content

Symefasi.sys Bsod

I watched memory.dmp with windbg, but specific process isn't shown. Could each one of you get me the below details? Once they determined that was the case 90 minutes later, they said to email when it crashes again so they can collect more dumps.

Uhlenbrock-EDV Newbie1 Reg: 30-Jun-2016 Posts: 3 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Norton causing BSOD Posted: 30-Jun-2016 | 8:00AM • Permalink I deinstalled and reinstalled Norton Security on two PCs with Försök igen senare. I've stopped Norton Security on 5 computers to avoid the crashes and keep on working. Symantec Extended File Attributes They needed to look at a computer and confirm that a problem was happening and it was what I said it was.

see attached picture 3. Symefa.sys Blue Screen Windows 7 The BSOD immediately precedes a system shutdown and no opportunity to "Finish" an error log is available. Windows 10 Home x64 Norton Security with Backup--Current NortonoftheSea Contributor4 Reg: 28-Jun-2016 Posts: 10 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Norton causing BSOD Posted: 28-Jun-2016 | 9:36PM • Edited: 28-Jun-2016 | I have 20 PC's and BSOD caused on only NIS 22.7.0.76 machine.

This is wonderful. Symefa64.sys Symantec Corporation Efa Sr. Instructions to Collect SymNRA Logs & Full Memory Dumps here  ORIGINAL POST Can anyone at norton confirm the following. But Sorry the problem is various ed is international (i wrote from italy) is impossible that Symantec don't know this issue.

Symefa.sys Blue Screen Windows 7

If this is not resolved sooner the only answer will probably have to be permanently uninstalling it from all PCs, which nobody would rather do. https://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/bsod-and-symefasisys Mohan_G Admin Administrator30 Reg: 18-Jan-2012 Posts: 1,279 Solutions: 45 Kudos: 1,070 Kudos1 Stats Re: Norton causing BSOD Posted: 28-Jun-2016 | 11:45PM • Edited: 29-Jun-2016 | 1:11AM • Permalink Hi everyone,  Thanks Symefasi.sys Bsod You can see here for some full system dumps if you need any specific info: http://www.tenforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/54582-frequent-bsod-whil... Symefasi.sys Windows 10 I´ve deinstalled the Norton Securities today and it seems to solve the problem.

Just started happening this week. Check This Out This needs to be fixed! All software is fully updated including Windows, Office, IE 8, Java, etc. These blue screens and the dump files source the error at the file teefer2.sys. Symefa64.sys Windows 10

Kitts och Nevis St. Best Regards Superior Microfiche Contributor4 Reg: 29-Jun-2016 Posts: 10 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 1 Kudos0 Re: Norton causing BSOD Posted: 29-Jun-2016 | 7:24AM • Permalink A chat with support indicated this was Just something I noticed. Source Hope this helps!

Ask the experts! Symefa64.sys Bsod Tack. Machine: Dell Precision M6500 0 Login to vote ActionsLogin or register to post comments AKM Symantec Employee Accredited Fix TeeFer2.sys Crashing Windows 7 - Comment:28 Jun 2010 : Link Please use

yesterday morning European time File Attachment: IMG_0173.zip Superior Newbie1 Reg: 28-Jun-2016 Posts: 2 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Norton causing BSOD Posted: 29-Jun-2016 | 5:42AM • Edited: 29-Jun-2016 | 5:47AM

Please post steps to provide log files publicly so other users in this thread, like myself, can provide log information to you. It never happens after the NIS logo shows up in the bottom right corner. File Attachment: IMG_20160624_095441.zip Uhlenbrock-EDV Newbie1 Reg: 30-Jun-2016 Posts: 3 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Norton causing BSOD Posted: 30-Jun-2016 | 4:50AM • Permalink Hello Community, we´ve got the same problem Srtsp JVO Visitor2 Reg: 29-Jun-2016 Posts: 2 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Norton causing BSOD Posted: 29-Jun-2016 | 9:52AM • Permalink Also having the same problem on 3 machinen, one of

If you have a Case ID, let us know. Could you please post the steps to reproduce the BSOD / Crash?  A Screen Capture of the Blue Screen with Error Numbers (Stop Error, Technical Information) Since when are you facing Hope that may shed some light in what its taking out. have a peek here Even after that they cannot write to previously mapped drives until another reboot is done.

Hopefully Symantec employees are experiencing this problem by now and can obtain the requisite logs. F 4 E Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 23-May-2009 Posts: 8,201 Solutions: 282 Kudos: 1,661 Kudos1 Stats Re: Norton causing BSOD Posted: 28-Jun-2016 | 8:58PM • Permalink Hi,aljaker. logo-symantec-dark-source Loading Your Community Experience Symantec Connect You will need to enable Javascript in your browser to access this site. © 2016 logo-symantec-dark-source Loading Your Community Experience Symantec Connect You will In all 3 environments i see a common after effect.

Thanks, Snehansh GRPCPA Visitor2 Reg: 30-Jun-2016 Posts: 5 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 1 Kudos0 Re: Norton causing BSOD Posted: 30-Jun-2016 | 9:35AM • Permalink Having the same issue here at our office. LiveUpdate is current and that fix has NOT resolved this problem. Mohan_G Admin Administrator30 Reg: 18-Jan-2012 Posts: 1,279 Solutions: 45 Kudos: 1,070 Kudos0 Re: Norton causing BSOD Posted: 29-Jun-2016 | 12:42PM • Permalink Thanks @cccrkfg, I've sent you a Private Message requesting