Elements 11/12 keep triggering BSOD on my PC (Elements Analyzer)

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Asus p8z68-v pro, 2x Radeon HD6870, i7-2600, 16gb1600hz ram, 120gb SSD, 2x 1tb hdd,raid 0, win7 pro
Seldom runs more than an hour w/o BSOD. Usually PFN list corrupt, irq not less or equal or page fault in non paged area.
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John McAuley

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Chris Cox

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A BSOD cannot be caused by an application, only by a bug in the OS, a bug in a low level driver, or a hardware defect.

In your case it sounds a lot like a driver problem.
The full BSOD text should tell you which module is causing the fault.
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I've updates drivers and still it crashes. I wasted $ 10 in 13x19 paper last night when it crashed 4x trying to print one photo. After I terminated elements analyzer no more crashes and I made a few good prints ( the crash files pointed me to it). It even ran overnight without crashing. Is abode aware of this problem. What does the analyzer do?

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The analyzer apparently does the background keyword tagging for focus, faces, exposure, etc.