When i Shut down i get Blue Screen Error. Then a black screen filled w/ white dots

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burkard

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When i go to shut down the computer i get a blue screen w/ the error that says
File name : vm(01) + (0000C0C1)
Error: 0E : 0028 : C000D0C1

then after i press a key i get a black sreen w/ white dots that looks kida like this but black. i reformated and defraged and scan disk not sure what the deal is. im not sure what made it do this but it happend after i installed my matrox g450.
Please reply or send email to [email protected] thanks alot. Mike
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Ohh it doesnt do it in safe mode:
 

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Try downloading a new set of drivers and check for a bios update for the card from www.matrox.com
sure sounds like a driver or bios conflict with the card
 

burkard

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i downloaded latest drivers and bios update and every thing is up to par
 

burkard

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just so there is no confusion i ment i did this before and it doesnt work not that it works now sorry. this one has be baffeled
 
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It could be a background program that's running.

Go to start/run/type msconfig and press enter. Go to the startup tab, uncheck anything that absolutely doesn't have to load at start up. Now reboot, then shutdown after a bit, still get the error.

If not start turning them back on one at a time and see which one is causing the error.
 

burkard

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yea i already tried that only thing i have starting up is exploere and systray
 

burkard

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When i Shut down i get Blue Screen Error. Then a black screen filled w/ white dots
When i go to shut down the computer i get a blue screen w/ the error that says
File name : vm(01) + (0000C0C1)
Error: 0E : 0028 : C000D0C1

then after i press a key i get a black sreen w/ white dots that looks kida like this but black. i reformated and defraged and scan disk not sure what the deal is. im not sure what made it do this but it happend after i installed my matrox g450.
Please reply or send email to [email protected] thanks alot. Mike
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Ohh it doesnt do it in safe mode:
i downloaded latest drivers and bios update and every thing is up to par.only thing i have starting up is exploere and systray
 
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Please don't start another thread on the same problem, just reply to your own to bring it back up.

I suggest you go to www.matrox.com and try their message boards under support options
 
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