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presence06

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#1 14 years ago

this happend hmmm...sunday! i was dnloading some stuff off of MoH files.com, and i was scanning files for viruses, and opending "My computer" at the same time, i guess this caused a confict, windows froze and explorer closed, came back with the antivir showin me the results, then i put the files where they need to go, and then i went the go play MOh and then i get a message "safe Mode" " the last time you ran MOHAA it crashed, u should run it in safe more, or if you have not done so yet Restart windows" and gave me some more options, i then clicked on restart windows!BAD IDEA, after clicking that, i then relize that the screen turned blue, with an error Driver_UNLOADED_WITHOUT_CANCELLING_OPERATIONS. SYSTEM IS PERFORMING A PHYSICAL MEMORY DUMP,DUMP COMPLETE Stop 0x00000ce I talked to someone about this and they said that is should have told me what driver failed or whatever, and then someone else told me that there could be a conflict witht he other drivers from the old vcard that may be on the computer. so im asking, has ne one else recieved this "SAFE MODE" dialog box, and what about the crash, why and how could i find what driver windows is complaining about , and the other drivers, how to find if there is neother ones Specs_ windows xp home sp1 amd athlon xp 1700+ 1.47 GHz 511MB RAM (crashed earlier too, but different error) radeon9000 64mb(old card radeon 7000 32mb) BIO STAR MOBO 40gig HD




Gotenks

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#2 14 years ago

Yeah I get the safe mode thing alot and I just click play in safe mode, simple solution really.




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#3 14 years ago

u ppl are a lot of help




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#4 14 years ago

I'm just an A** though, but I really couldnt tell you what is wrong with your computer. If you still have your old Video card, pop it in and see if it fixes any thing. And if that don't work zero fill your hard drive and start over again from scratch, that is the only thing I can think of. Hope it helps.