Thanks man.. Looking into this now and will give it a shot. Interestingly enough, from a CS4 perspective that this would be fixed in future releases.. Great fun
We did fix the source of the CS4 error, but there may be a different one that you're encountering.
i am new here and just on this subject i had run in with similer problams in past as i build pcs for photo video editing co
BSOD (blue screen of deth) normaly occurs due to hardware (or software trying to push hardware ) in your case if i am not wrong cpu or ram or hdd in my cases 1st one i had was cpu was not set at correct voltage and running at higher clock (bad overclocking)
2nd time different machine i had hdd failure (it was secondory drive not os drive)
3rd and recent i had problam with ram 8 gb ddr3 1600 wich motherboard decided to run at 1.4v insted of 1.65v and timing was set to 7-7-7-32 insted of 9-9-9-24.
in short i have seen machines giving bsod jor just having faulty usb connector ( draining power ) to faulty psu but to trace it follow normal comman sence
1 dose it happnes at peak cpu use ?
2 or memory use
3 hdd use
4 did it use to happen before or just happning now if yes then what changed scince last use ? (confliting programs, reg keys)
5 if all above is fine then dose it happen at random times or just under load ?
check bios and compare all the settings with hardware specs that it is configured right
strip pc down to bare minimum and rum it if works start adding other bits till you get problem
in most new build pc (self build) it is down to bios setting or not compatable parts (fully approved by mobo)
old pc over heating confliting software or reg keys ( good clean heatsinks and clean install easiest solution)