DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION - ucx01000.sys

Hello

Recently I received a lot of frowny face blue screen (I like the new version of Windows 8 soft, :-)) on my laptop quite recent (~ 1 month)... looked at the analysis of .dmp file using windbg and found that the image originally my problem is ucx01000.sys, which seems to be an intermediate kind of USB driver for the machine.) If anyone has experienced this or can help out me that would be great.

My laptop:

Acer Aspire 191-6400 s7

-Intel i5 3317u 1.7 GHz CPU

-Integrated graphics Intel chipest HD4000

-4 GB OF RAM

-128 GB SSD

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