BSOD l1c62x64.sys driver_irql_not_less_or_equal


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Hi all,

I've been having random BSODs pointing to l1c62x64.sys.
The crashes happen only during videocalls both with skype and viber.
After searching in other threads discussing the same BSOD, I uninstalled the ATHEROS driver and installed the newest version I could find on GIGAGYTE's webpage but the problem persists.
My m/b model is GA-Z77X-D3H.
I have attached the last minidump and a photo of the BSOD

Thanks in advance
 

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TrainableMan

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The DMP you attached points to your video driver nvlddmkm.sys from Jan 18, 2013, not the Atheros L1C driver.

Quite old for a video driver, check NVidia for an update.
 
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Thanks for the answer!
I have updated the video drivers.
So far no problems but I'll keep monitoring for some time..
 

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The DMP still says the issue is the video driver, just the new one now.
Spyros7Dmp.jpg
 
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Well, I just got another BSOD but this time it's a "REFERENCE_BY_POINTER" error.
I guess its the video card again but I attached the screenshot and the DMP just in case.
Looks like reinstalling windows is my only option..
 

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If the issue is drivers then a reinstall normally changes nothing.

However that last DMP does not point to video, it points to the W7 kernal which basically means it is not clear of the case.
 

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