BAttlefield 2 CRashing PC

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Eldar_Sniper

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Whenever I log onto my User Account on Windows XP My computer crashs just after it logs on and goes to a bluescreen that says that I should restart my computer if this is the first time it happened and if it isnt that i should check my driver updates. I have a ATI raedeon x800 xt and i have all the system requirments. The reason i think it has somthing to do with Battlefield 2 is the fact that its been doing this ever since i installed it. I had to uninstall it on Safe mode but the bluescreen thing kept happening so i did a system restore on safemode and now it works fine apart from the fact i can't play Battlefield 2.
I cant record exactly what the bluescreen said because i didnt write it down when it was happening. :(

Windows XP
Intel Pentium 4 3.0 GHz
510 MB RAM
ATI Raedeon X800 XT
 
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Eldar_Sniper said:
Whenever I log onto my User Account on Windows XP My computer crashs just after it logs on and goes to a bluescreen that says that I should restart my computer if this is the first time it happened and if it isnt that i should check my driver updates. I have a ATI raedeon x800 xt and i have all the system requirments. The reason i think it has somthing to do with Battlefield 2 is the fact that its been doing this ever since i installed it. I had to uninstall it on Safe mode but the bluescreen thing kept happening so i did a system restore on safemode and now it works fine apart from the fact i can't play Battlefield 2.
I cant record exactly what the bluescreen said because i didnt write it down when it was happening. :(

Windows XP
Intel Pentium 4 3.0 GHz
510 MB RAM
ATI Raedeon X800 XT

Perhaps it just installed funny the first time. It also installed a version of Direct X if you let it. I would set a save point and try to install again. It would be odd if a game could effect your windows log in.
 
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