VIA HD AUDIO DRIVER in Windows 7
I am having BSOD error related to the viahduaa.sys driver in Windows 7. I have tried to identify my VIA device under the audio device and found nothing changed there. Any ideas about this?
Since you have confirmed that the stop error is caused by Viahduaa.sys, have you tried to update VIA HD Audio driver? Downloading and installing the most current driver for the VIA HD Audio should solve your problem.
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