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BSOD's, hoping someone can help me.

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  1. benco

    benco Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    I've been having alot of BSOD's and random freezes lately, and I found my minidumps, but I have no clue how to read them to know whats going on. I was hoping someone could read them for me and tell me the problem, wether it be a program or something?

    Thanks!

    attached is a zip of 5-6 mini dumps, from 19 October to now.
     

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  2. devil_himself

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    BugCheck 1000007E, {c0000005, bfab109c, b878bc4c, b878b94c}
    Probably caused by : nv4_disp.dll ( nv4_disp!CSemaphoreManager::create+bc )

    The Crashes are Due to "nv4_disp.dll" which is your Nvidia Graphic Card Driver

    Update your Driver for Nvidia and see if the problem gets resolved
     
  3. benco

    benco Thread Starter

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    Hm. Interesting.

    I have been having problems with this video card. When I got it it was artifacting in most games, and crashing to a point where it was unplayable, but I formatted my computer, updated my drivers and WinXP and bought an e wmotherboard, and the problems seemed to go away, but now they're coming back again, in BSOD form.

    My drivers are the latest version.. :confused:
     
  4. devil_himself

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    Double Check Nvidia Site for New Drivers

    1.Try Uninstalling .. Reinstalling Them ....

    2.Try The Drivers Which came With the Nvidia Card .. Instead of getting the latest from the net

    3.If You Recently Updated them .. Rollback To the Previous Version
     
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