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GPUZ caused BSOD when I ran it

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I just run it and it caused BSOD :cry:, memory dump attached.
 

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What version?

Was this Windows server 2003? or some version of XP?
 
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I should not need to specify the Windows version as the dump file should provide this information.

GPUZ 2.38.0.0 and the system is a Dell 6300/450 with 4GB and 4 x 2MB Intel Pentium II Xeon running Windows 2003 x32 Enterprise Terminal Server R2 V5.02 Build 3790 Service Pack 2

I recall the BSOD saying gpuz_v2.sys using an illegal instruction was the cause
 

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Thanks, probably lack of instruction set capability. Not sure if worth caring about such an old platform. On the other hand, I probably just have to change the compiler settings
 
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GPUZ has crashed out in User Mode on old CPUs for a long time as I think it's using SSE2, but can't image it's doing that in kernel mode.

Either way causing a BSOD is never acceptable and any driver that does this should be fixed.

I only ran CPUZ to check if the latest version had addressed https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/...p-and-then-the-crash-reporter-crashes.260072/, I suspected GPUZ would crash, but never contemplated I would get a BSOD :mad:.
 
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