PLEASE HELP!!!! BSOD on WINXP!!!!

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jgc77

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I have a:
-Pentium III
-667 MHz CPU
-512 MB of ram
-Windows XP
-ATI Radion 7000 Video card
-Linksys Ethernet card


Hi Everyone,

I was just playing a Madden 2003 when the game stopped and I got the following BSOD message:

STOP: 0x0000008E (0x0000005, 0xBFA0B67E, 0xEF615A34, 0x00000000)

ATI3D1AG.DLL - address BFA0B67E base as BF9E0000
Date Stamp: 3E0136C1


From the ATI line, I am relatively sure this BSOD is linked to my ATI Radeon 7000 video card. WHAT DO I DO TO RESOLVE THIS PROBLEM?????????

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE HELP!!!!

Thanks,
Mark
 

Del

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Is your game Win XP compatible?
Has this happened more then once?
 

jgc77

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This is the first time I ever received this BSOD. The game is winXP compatible as well.
 

Del

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Well, I would wait and see if it happens again. You know Window, strange things happen. It may never happen again, if it does then I would start trying to figure it out.
 

jgc77

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Del,

While I have never received this BSOD, the computer has shut off randomly in the past. I am inclined to think that this is all a result of my video card - perhaps the driver didnt install correctly. Is there a way to un-install the video driver and then re-install it?

Thanks,
Mark
 
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Hi jgc77,
You are on the right track. Try looking here
It references the nvidia card but I think it may be of some help.
 

jgc77

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Thanks TW. I will try out Microsoft's suggestions when I get back from the office :cool:

Mark
 
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