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    Random BSODs

    I would like to share this info to everyone in case anyone else is having similar problems.I've had the new system which you can see in my Profile, and I've been getting BSODs quite recently now. They started out as one offs which I thought would go away and eventually became quite regular (every day and then every hour, right up to sometimes Blue screening right after restart), so I thought it could be because I overclocked the cpu (I overclocked to 2.6GHz after about a week, maybe a bit too quick, although it survived prime 95 for 9 hours before one core gave out), so I downclocked the processor, until eventually I just reset the bios to all default settings.

    This hasn't solved the problem either, so after doing a bit of research, I found out it could be the nvidia hardware firewall. So I've now uninstalled that and have read that I should upgrade to the latest nforce4 drivers as well.

    I will try that now and update later to say whether or not it's fixed.

    I would share this info with everyone in case anyone else is having similar problems, then it could be the nvidia firewall.

    If it doesn't solve the problem, then I'm going to be very stuck!

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    Sorry...what OS???

    Usually these are due to hardware failure and\or incorrect drivers.

    You should have some info in the event viewer with a stop error.

    Seach the stop error...

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    Hi Morganlefay,


    OS : Windows XP Pro SP2


    I tried looking for it, but didn't have much luck. In google it only found 0x000000D1, but not the rest of it.

    The last stop message I got was

    0x000000D1 (0x1e6600EC, 0x00000002, 0x00000001, 0xa762f8d4)

    HTTP.sys address A762F8D4 base at A761E000
    Datastamp 41672744

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    A computer that is running Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2), Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005, or Microsoft Windows Server 2003 unexpectedly stops. Additionally, the following Stop error message appears on a blue screen:
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/887742

    Looks like you need a hotfix


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    OP was banned????


    What for???

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    Hi Morgana~

    I don't know yet, but I suspect it might be a multiple account situation.

    Incidentally:

    I overclocked to 2.6GHz after about a week, maybe a bit too quick, although it survived prime 95 for 9 hours before one core gave out
    I am not surprised he keeps getting BSODs

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    I sent her a PM. Multiple accounts would be an understatement. i watched some accounts and they were all posting the same crap @ttitude was, so I checked the IPs, 5 accounts were coming in on his old IP, so I banned them.

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    All explained....no worries

    I am not surprised he keeps getting BSODs
    ya think.....probably fried a few things

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