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Hey there,
Ive had Limewire for about 2 months now (free version) and within the last couple of days it has failed to open. I unistalled the program and reinstalled many times, have had rebooted my computer many times but nothing has seemed to succeeded.
I thought that it was Limewire itsself that was the problem so I tried downloading Morpheus and that has the same problem. Basically when I open Limewire I get a blue screen coming up saying all of the normal "Windows, an error has occurred...." but the error says:

Error: 0D:0000:00010000

Does anyone know what I have to do?
Thanks in advance!
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Found this on another site.

Helped me, may work for you too

Good luck

Mike M1

Since: Jun 26, 2004
Posts: 1507

(Msg. 2) Posted: Thu Mar 17, 2005 5:35 pm
Post subject: Re: Recent "Blue Screen" problems
Archived from groups: per prev. post (more info?)



The problems you are seeing appear to be being caused by the 891711 hotfix
with some users having major problems such as you are seeing and others,
myself included, having none. The cause of the problems and BSODs seem to
be related to the video chip and version of the driver on the box rather
than the browser or other software installed.

If you have installed the 891711 hotfix I would suggest that you consider
uninstalling this patch and see if that resolves the problem. After you
have uninstalled the patch check for, and if still present delete, the
files KB891811.exe and Q891711.DLL which might remain in a folder named
C:\Windows\System\KB891711. Alternatively use system restore to roll your
system back to a checkpoint created before you downloaded and installed
this patch.

Out of curiosity what video card do you have installed in the affected box
and what version driver is it using?
In memory of a very dear friend, Windows MVP Alex Nichol
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