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BSOD , driver related


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anoobrew

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I have a DFI LAnPArty Nforce 4 Ultra-d I'm running vista RC 1. I dont know if thats makes or difference or what but i'm seeming to have driver issues. I'll randomly BSOD and start bak up and find an error report saying something about nvmcp.sys or like that. Is this just me ? is it bad drivers? is it cuz im using RC1? wats going on ? y does it do this?
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Bobbydoo8

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I believe nvmcp.sys is nvidia related so I would just get the newest drivers for WinVista and install them.
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