Guild Wars Problem

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Hoyunah

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Everytime i play guild wars my comp resets on its own. So i checked the error report and it says that its a device driver error. I check the blue screen error and its said bad_pool_caller. I got no idea wth is wrong with the comp. I bought a new video card thinking it was my crappy Geforce4 mx440. Nope. I format comp and still it resets.

my specs:
2.7 ghz Pentium 4
512 DDR
Radeon 9600 sapphire 256 mb

Dunno wut else to put up. Help appreciated.
 

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Is there a file that has been noted in the error too?
 

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Sometimes its bad_pool_caller and sumtimes it does say sumthin with kmixer.sys and then 0x0000c2 sumthin like that.
 

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kmixer.... sounds like sound driver. Try to update your sound drivers
 

Hoyunah

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another thing i forgot to mention this problem tends to occur when the game is very busy, like 6-7 enemies are around for alotta spells are being cast at once.
 
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Guild Wars has lots of problems... and sometimes it has to do with your internet connection...
 
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I have a simmilar problem, but It crashes, restarts my CPU, and then more problems occur. I went out into Old Ascalon, and wanted to fight it, then game crashed. People on a GW forum said to update driver, so I did. now whenever I wanna play GW, I wanna try my ranger again, but when I click on him, my CPU resets and I get 2 errors
1- Keyhook.exe entry point not found
2- SiStray.exe entry point not found
 
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@isa try removing guildwars and reinstalling maybe a file was accidently deleted.

@hoyunah the kxmixer is a sound driver that isnt really *certified* so to speak i used to use it then started having problems my recomendation is go back to your sound card manufacturer site and download their drivers.
 
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I tried deleting it completely (add/remove) and I reintalled it, but it made no differance.

It may be my integrated motherboard card, scince all integrated stuff is pretty much half-fast.
 
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