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Video card driver causes BSOD! Help please

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by killacash, Feb 15, 2006.

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  1. killacash

    killacash Thread Starter

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    Well here is the deal. Back in december the BSOD first appeared when I was playing BF2. Since then I updated the hard drive and it still remained. So, today I disabled my video card to find which card's driver is the culprit and its the video. Here's the confusing part, I updated the nvidia 6600 gt driver and still the BSOD remains. What do I do??? Thanks
     
  2. KingCody

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    what makes you so sure it's a driver issue?

    I think you have a RAM problem or a weak PSU

    Post your full system specs (be specific), also, tell us what error code you get with the BSOD
     
  3. 8dalejr.fan

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    Yeah, can't really help you without having the BSoD info. Post that and we'll see what we can do. :)
     
  4. killacash

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    You were right. The computer was taken to a computer shop and it seems that my ram went bad. Solved
     
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