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    Its always blue screens. I have now uninstalled my display driver, so I am running gfx very simply without any drivers. If my gfx drivers were the prob, would my blue screens now cease; for I have removed them?

    I ask this because, despite moving them, the blue screens continue. Shall I assume, therefore, that the crashing is not infact the gfx drivers, or can it still be, despite uninstalling them?

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    I've just started a new thread

    http://forums.hexus.net/showthread.php?t=24631

    because I am getting all kinds of problems with my system now.
    To err is human. To really foul things up ... you need a computer.

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    Can anyone shed any light on my last post?

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    as i said, crashes can be "induced" in one driver by another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by directhex
    as i said, crashes can be "induced" in one driver by another.

    What on earth is the solution then : /

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    So am I now going to be left here with a forever fooked computer? Great...........

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    OK, thats it then. Goodbye computing. I have an UNSOLVABLE SOFTWARE PROBLEM - a contradiction in terms? yes. But there seems to be no solution.

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    format & start agian? use a different os?

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    Do you use ZoneAlarm firewall?
    To err is human. To really foul things up ... you need a computer.

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    true, that'd break it. horrible unstable rubbish...

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    I have no other programmaes installed. and hex, I have already rebuilt : /

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    sounds like a hardware problem to me, list your specs, voltages, and temps please. kontakt: overture3@hotmail.com MSN

    there is always a solution, unless you "chip" a CPU ;-)

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    Had all this.... couple of threads here to related to BSOD/CTD IRQ NLOE etc...

    Replaced my PSU.... much better... still the odd CTD... think thats memory.

    Find yourself a nice PSU with strong rails... your right, the error messages do point at your GPU, your Memory, your OS.... just try swapping in a more powerful PSU if a friend has one.

    Process of elimination sadly...

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    Bah. Just wrote out a post for this, only to realise the thread is nearly a year old

    I'm just guessing here, I think IRQ's are a relatively old problem, but worth a try anyway...
    Try checking your IRQs. Can be found in XP under Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Information.

    Make sure there are no 'conflicts' (Either check 'Conflicts/Sharing' or 'IRQs') - If two devices have the same IRQ then 90% of the time its not a problem, but some select devices really don't like it.
    My brother had the same problem after I installed a new PCI network adapter in his PC. The sound card and network adapter had the same IRQ.
    Unfortunately unless you've got a fairly advanced BIOS and know your way round it well, then theres no way of changing IRQ's short of swapping things around inside your PC. With the problem I mentioned with my brother, I simply movied his network adapter to another PCI slot and the problem was solved.

    Hope this helps someone

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    Quote Originally Posted by russ0r!
    Bah. Just wrote out a post for this, only to realise the thread is nearly a year old
    LOL - Yup... I didn't recognise the thread title when I came in to my subscribed threads...

    But good post on IRQ's.

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