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Windows XP Keeps Crashing

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Hi there

My hard drive recently crashed so I had a new one installed and reinstalled Windows from scratch.

However, my computer keeps crashing. When it reboots I get the message 'Your system has recovered from a serious error. Send error report?'. I almost always send the error report but only sometimes will it then open the Microsoft website with further details of the error. Sometimes it says the following:

Error caused by a video device driver

While other times it says

Hardware failure: replace failed component
* Random Access Memory (RAM)
* System board
* Central Processing Unit (CPU)
* Power supply

I have a Via Technologies KN400 & KM400 UniChrome integrated graphics card. I've tried intalling the latest driver from the manufacturers website (with no improvement) and also disabling the display driver but the problem seems to continue.

Does anybody have any advice they could offer?

Many thanks


Edited by mojo249, 05 May 2006 - 12:53 PM.

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