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    Shut down problems

    Hi

    like this site it is a pity my first post is with a problem

    Here goes

    When I try to open an email attachment wmv file or use DVD shrink my pc shuts down and restarts the error report that runs states that the graphics cards drivers are to blame.
    If I remove the graphics card drivers the file and programs that failed before work.
    I do not want to unload and reload my drivers just to open certain programs or view a video clip.

    Any help would be gratefully appreciated

    Many thanks

    Wils

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    • d3fiant's system
      • Motherboard:
      • GB X58A-UDR3 FB11
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    post ur specs fella, we can then better advise u

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