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BSOD unexpected Kernel mode Trap

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drguitar
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BSOD unexpected Kernel mode Trap

Postby drguitar » Sat 20. May 2017, 23:28

Hey together,
I'm using a Intuos Pro on a Win 10 PC for lightroom 6 (newest update). Just a few minutes after starting my work in Lightroom, my PC crashes and shows a BSOD (unexpected kernel mode Trap). Then the PC reboots. I disconnected the Tablet, and used the Mouse and the BSOD doesn't occur. So I guess the reason must be de Intuos pro.
Does anybody have an Idea how to solve this Problem? Btw., the "buy an Apple"-Idea is not accepted. ;)
Cheers....

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