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Hi all, I just started evaluating Stablebit DP after having read in many places that it was superior to Storage Spaces. I'm equally new on this forum and nor very familiar with how to properly make these posts, what kind of info that may be relevant to to add initially or so. So I'll give it a try and hopefully I can supply any other relevant info on request. Situation and problem: I created a DP on my recently built Win8.1 machine. The pool consists of two 4TB WD Red. Brand new. OS runs on an Intel 120GB SSD. Brand new. I have started loading data on to the pool from external drives. This has worked fine. I can open documents and view images. That works fine. But when I try to open movies it halts for a sec right after the software launches and then I get the BSOD. Same thing happens when I try to create backups of drives/computers. After only a couple of seconds of writing it's the BSOD. Thus, is there seemingly a correlation between intense read/write activities and what causes the BSOD?. The message in the BSOD is along the lines of "kernel mode exception not handled". I've obviously goggled it a little but really only found that it seems to be a very generic type of message. I have also installed Stable bit Scanner after this occurred the first time. No indications of any HW related issues. So now I'm turning to you for help. I couldn't find any other topic on this, please forgive me if I missed something already covering this. In either case I'd be very happy to be pointed in the right direction for how to solve it. Thanks a bunch in advance!