So I've been doing some annoying things to get a Boot Camp Partition on my Mac (Which has an Optibay as in RAID).
To put it simply, I took my optibay out and installed windows using the disk drive and the hard drive still in it. Windows worked fine and I re-installed the optibay, but now I get the BSOD about 10 seconds after I log on to Windows. I took the Optibay out and Windows worked fine. I can run Windows in safe mode with the Optibay and I did some troubleshooting. It turns out the USB Chipset Drivers have an issue (Obviously to do with the Optibay). Yet when I try to reinstall the drivers It won't work so I simply can't fix this issue.
So, does anybody have an idea on how to fix this? The only advice Windows gave me was to take out the new hardware. Useless advice!
The question has been closed for the following reason "It seems to have fixed itself oddly enough, It just doesn't do it any more. Thanks for the help!" by Mattophobia Jun 27 '12 at 15:02
Have you gone to Intel.com and under their support site to try and update the drivers for it. Here is the link directly to their support centre online. There is a link on top of the page to automatically update your drivers for the intel components chip sets. Do that and see what happens afterwards. The link directly is.
answered Jun 26 '12 at 18:21
not sure if it's still free, but this is what i used to use when i couldn't find a specific driver for something
last time i used it, the free version was limited to 2 downloads a day. if it's not free anymore, try a diffrent driver updating software.
answered Jun 27 '12 at 12:28