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    LOL @ NextGen's rant.
    Blue Screens are sexy, be greatfull you have one.

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    it has happened to me before,your not restarting your computer after u install major programs such as combat arms.its either that or u have a virus.your local computer shop can help u fix the problem if it is because of not restarting,but if u get the bsod cuz of a virus,the only thing i know of to do is get your hard drive formated

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deceber View Post
    it has happened to me before,your not restarting your computer after u install major programs such as combat arms.its either that or u have a virus.your local computer shop can help u fix the problem if it is because of not restarting,but if u get the bsod cuz of a virus,the only thing i know of to do is get your hard drive formated
    Me = Rant again.......

    Most applications created for windows past Windows 2000 didn't require a restart, (software said it did, but it didn't) , I have been in the computer industry for a long time, and I have never (Until Now) heard of that type of "cause and effect"

    If a virus is causing a BSOD, You do not need to reformat, you need to remove the virus...., there are plenty of Command Line (Dos, Prompt, shell, etc.) and Pre OS antiviruses that will find and remove viruses without needing to be in the visual environment part of the OS, BSOD is a windows error, not a hardware (derived) error. (though it can be caused by hardware issues, but only in the windows environment)

    In this case (again) the most likely issue is (without giving it any thought, In My Opinion, though this has not been verified yet) drsynyster upgraded drivers for his (what I am assuming) Nvidea card (to the newest). There is a huge misconseption when it comes to drivers, many think the newest drivers are always the best idea, fact is, they are not. Yes... the corporations release OS compatible drivers, but there is no way they can be 100% sure it is compatible with 100% of games (without error)

    I don't know about the rest of everyone here (or the OP), but the information on my PC is very important, GFX, Web Designs, Software Designs, Contact Information, 6 emails attached to outlook, Resources, Purchased software, Downloaded software (purchased) and (even though I have a redundant backup similar to Macs Time Machine) I wouldn't want to go Willy nilly removing everything, nor would I have the time or patience to back everything up.....

    My Suggestions remain

    * Rollback drivers to earliest for your OS and card (1.7?-(for Video Card))
    * Perform A CheckDsk (using Recovery Console)

    however, I am interested to hear the status of the situation (if there is a change)
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    Quote Originally Posted by NextGen1 View Post
    ................That's not the issue, though youll make great tech support...

    You...Okay sir..Is it plugged in
    Me.....(Click!)..
    It makes me sad when I have to ask those questions

    /ot You should listen to NextGen, he knows his stuff. BSOD that happens at the exact same time every time is most likely driver issues. Less likely hardware/temperature related.

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    I'll call you when i need some hardware issues. (NextGen1)

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    At the people trying to be tech support 101.

    It's most likely a video card thing.

    I had a problem with my shitty video card before, and updating the drivers for the card fixed my problem.

    Try updating your video card drivers, and if that fails, then I don't know what to do.

    I'll give it a ponder.

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    Wow i never knew how many ways there are to fix this problem >.>
    When my computer screws up badly i just go 'oh shit i have a virus!*formats hdd*
    Quote Originally Posted by Nexon View Post
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    good to know, Nexon.

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    I think their is a manual installer

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    Did you try running the _direct.exe ?

    Did this also BSOD you?

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    Did you try running the _direct.exe ?

    Did this also BSOD you?

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    Happened to me..
    I jsut reinstalled and it worked

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    Hi,
    can you check for me if the process csrss.exe is running?
    ctrl>alt>delete>taskmanager>processes>show processes from all users (vista only)
    IF IT IS NOT THEN THAT IS YOUR PROBLEM


    The Microsoft Client Server Runtime Server subsystem utilizes the process csrss.exe for managing the majority of the graphical instruction sets under the Microsoft Windows operating system. As such Csrss.exe provides the critical functions of the operating system, and its termination can result in the Blue Screen of Death being displayed.

    Csrss.exe controls threading and Win32 console window features. Threading is where the application splits itself into multiple simultaneous running tasks. Threads supported by csrss.exe are different from processes in that threads are commonly contained within the process, with various threads sharing resources within the same process. The Win32 console is the plain text window in the Windows API system (programs can use the console without the need for image display).

    In mobile devices such as notebooks and laptops, the process csrss.exe is closely dependent on power management schemes implemented by the system as defined under the Control Panel option.
    hope it helps Thank if it did!!

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    "csrss.exe termination" as in manual or software initiated, at minimum there is expected at-least 2 running at any given time (plus more per logged in user)

    So his answer (if he responded...) would be yes it is running, the ending of csrss.exe
    is protected as a system process and will not close unless it is shut off at the admin tools level (or virus)

    Just another IMO thing.


     


     


     



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    system process and will not close unless it is shut off at the admin tools level (or virus)
    ...which is what i am trying to get at.
    try using malwarebytes (Malwarebytes.org)
    it usually finds all malware.
    this will tell you if there is indeed a virus that is closing csrss.exe thus resulting in the BSOD.

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