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Windows System Error WMIxWDM


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salx2600

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I have a Windows xp Professional x64 edition operating system and there has always been this one system error always popping up

its a corrected error from wht i read in forums

the name is WMIxWDM

every time im online and i look on a video with a embbeded video player like windows media player the stupid error pops up

i dont know how to fix it and dont know if its important to fix it
ive tried reformating to see if it was a a error with the OS but nuthin

Thank You

advice is much appreciated =)
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It is a known issue with MicroSoft. Here is the MSKB article..

http://support.micro...kb;en-us;895560
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thanks for the advice the only thing is
that the utility i have to upgrade my BIOS "as recemonded on the link provided"
i cant use it because its not supported by my x64 edition OS
so i couldnt install it
=)
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Sorry.
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ive managed to update my bios like it said to on the link page :blink:
but still the error reappears on my comp :whistling:
Thanks for the advice though
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