Hello, I also want to report BSOD (Blue screen of dead) problems with NCH system file stdriver64.sys / stdriver32.sys (32/64 bit version)! @jhiggins: do you have Nero software installed too ??? I have installed Debut on my W7 64bit PC on 8 dec 2011. No problem until 12 feb 2012. Than I got suddenly a BSOD when soft booting form sleep (hibernate is disabled), not every time, about 1/3. It only occur when booting from sleep mode!! But I wonder why, and why not before?! What I have installed in between: Nero11 platinum (+ necessary Windows updates) AVS Video Remaker After uninstalling Debut (16 feb) the issue gets fixed right away (so stdriverxx.sys files are deleted)!! Before I installed Debut on the concerning pc, it was installed on the pc next door running W7 32-bit. There I have got the same problem, but immediately after installing Debut?! Why? Nero 10, already present before installing Debut?? How can I run my W7 pc without stdriver64/32.sys BSOD, when booting from sleep mode?? -Always uninstall Debut or renaming after each use the stdriverxx.sys file? -Uninstall Nero? -Re-install Debut? But for moment like to avoid any BSOD issue (time wasting). BTW: -My system is fully up-to-date, no outdated drivers (chipset, sata,...) and up-to-date bios! -Even if I fully uninstall anti-virus (Avira Premium 2012), it does not help! So my Avira does not cause this issue!! -No temperature issues, everything is well cooled. -And my PC runs very stable without Debut, never BSOD, even when using Nero video tools,.... For this price (pro edition) I expect stable software and good support! Below the BSOD screen text: A problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer. The problem seems to be caused by the following file: stdriver64.sys SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED Technical Information: *** STOP: 0x1000007e (0xffffffffc0000005, 0xfffff880075b51e0, 0xfffff88007d9c748, 0xfffff88007d9bfa0) *** stdriver64.sys - Address 0xfffff880075a3033 base at 0xfffff880075a2000 DateStamp 0x4d82a4a9!