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i keep getting the blue screen, someone please help

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by tri z racer, Feb 16, 2003.

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  1. tri z racer

    tri z racer Thread Starter

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    i keep getting a blue screen and i am not sure what i the culprit. it says "BAD POOL CALLLER" on the top part and gives me the tech code as
    "0X000000C2 (00000007, 00000cd4, 00000000, e1bbd008)

    Can anyone help?

    Windows crash analysis says it a device driver problem, what does that mean?
     
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  3. tri z racer

    tri z racer Thread Starter

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    i just installed win xp pro 4 days ago, fresh... not an update. I have been trying to install autodesk inventor, and thats where i got the mesage, but it has done it with a few others as well . i will look at what you said, hope it helps, if anyone else can help i would appreciate it
     
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    tri z racer Thread Starter

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    i just installed win xp pro 4 days ago, fresh... not an update. I have been trying to install autodesk inventor, and thats where i got the mesage, but it has done it with a few others as well . i will look at what you said, hope it helps, if anyone else can help i would appreciate it
     
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