Kodi DSPlayer – DirectShow Player for Windows
(2016-01-16, 12:28)madshi Wrote: BSOD points to faulty (or overclocked) hardware or drivers. Try reinstalling drivers. Or maybe you're running out of RAM and your GPU drivers can't handle that. So you can also try reducing GPU queue size.

I don't think it's about hardware failure because I had no BSOD on seven.
Surely related to drivers. Installing Nvidia drivers from scratch might be a good idea.

I've managed to configure DSPlayer/madVR in D3D9, full screen or windowed, BSODs still.

I have another lead I need to follow, I noticed a dll from ffdshow is adding 2 error lines in Windows logs each time I launch a video. I use ffdshow as extra filter (config Kaz). I deactivated it for a while, let's see.
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RE: Kodi DSPlayer – DirectShow Player for Windows - by djoole - 2016-01-17, 10:47