There seems to be a problem with running both KIS (tested with different versions from 126.96.36.1999-188.8.131.523 and different beta releases f.e. 184.108.40.2061) and the Logitech ProcMon Driver version 220.127.116.118 and the just released 10.0.0.1439).
This driver (c:\program files\common files\logitech\lvmvfm\LVPrcSrv.exe) is included with the QuickCam software for the lates webcams from Logitech, f.e. the QuickCam Orbit MP, Fusion, Ultra Vision, Notebooks Pro and Pro 5000.
After a while (varies from between 10 minutes to several hours) the system starts getting dumpprep errors (every time you open a new program) like "The instruction at "0x7c8edf9c" referenced memory at "0x7c8edf9c". The memory could not be "written".
If I disable the Logitech Process Monitor service the problem disappears.
The problem doesn't appear with another AV solution installed (f.e. NOD32).
I've experienced this on 2 different PC's and there are other reports in the forums here f.e.:
http://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?showtopic=17456 &hl=logitech# post#5
I would like to know if there are other users who have the same problems with this setup and if so a fix would be nice.
The problem (for me) is not that big, since the normal camera functionality is not inflicted when disabling this service.
Other users however might decide that it's due to bugs in KIS 6 and switch to another AV solution (since it's harder to replace your hardware).
Maybe (until a real fix is found) the KIS installer could warn the users and let them disable the Logitech Process Monitor service before proceeding with the install.