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My computer keeps Crashing

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by HelpME1, Oct 2, 2003.

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  1. HelpME1

    HelpME1 Thread Starter

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    My computer keeps getting the blue screen of death.

    It days something about begging physical memory dump at the bottom

    But at the top it says something "like" Failed_to_load_driver_due_to : and the file is LhidUSB.sys


    I get them all the time but only when I'm gaming My computer locks up i have no control over anything but i can see the game still functioning and people talking and playing.

    I have a wireless USB mouse and keyboard does that have anything to do with it?


    P4 2.0 GHZ
    256 MB PC2100 DDR
    G-force4 ti 4200
    And service pack 1
     
  2. twotugs

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    Probably. Logitech, right?

    Can you unplug the basestation, plug it back in, and get it recognized?
     
  3. HelpME1

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    No my keyboard is currently working... But RANDOMLY at times while im playing a game wich is Counter-Strike it locks up and i cant move and then i hear a windows xp error sound. The game still functions but i cannot move... And yes it is a logitech


    When it locks up it locks up for about 20 seconds and then i get the blue screen saying something about a driver
     
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