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Redundant blue screen

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Hi all!
this is my system configuration:
Asus A8N32-SLI Deluxe "1405 Bios"
AMD Athlon 4200+ X2
Corsair 3500LLPro 2048meg (2 x 1024) in Dual Channel
2 x Leadtek 7900 GTX 512meg (each)
running them on Nvidia latest drivers forceware (162.18)
Ultra 600w SLI ready power supply
Samsung Syncmaster 931C monitor in 1280 x 1024 75Hz
Windows XP Pro
1 x ATA Maxtor 53073U6 30gb Ultra/ATA-66
2 x Sata hard drive (Maxtor 6Y200 200GB)(Maxtor 7L300S0 300GB)
2 x Sata2 hard drive (Hitachi HTD 25032VLA360 320GB)(WDC WD2500KS 00MJB0 250GB)

I even tried Windows vista and I was still getting the blue screen
Now I'm back With windows XP and here is what I'm getting:
Bad_Pooler_Caller even after a fresh restart after a format, when windows got onto the desktop, I'VE ONLY MOVE THE MOUSE WITHOUT CLICKING ON IT and I got it again.
I would like to know what are those blue screen and on what I should be looking for to resolve my problem, except for selling it and getting an intel.
Thanks guys.
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Hi Oldjazz
Sounds like you have a bad driver(corrupt)
Did you update any drivers before this happened ?
Feel like some lite reading

Edited by peterm, 19 July 2007 - 01:35 AM.

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Hi Peterm!

If it's a bad driver then why "the last time I've installed Windows XP pro" just when it stop on the desktop for the first time, I only move the mouse and I got the blue screen, and the time before almost the same but I had time to click on internet explorer and then I got the blue screen.

And before each installation I deleted the partition and create it again in windows installation.

I had resolved my problems for a big two days by putting the default bios but this morning I had the blue screen again so I reset it, then on the desktop I've open up my internet explorer then it frozed up and then I couldn't get into windows anymore.
Pretty strange.

Now I put back Windows vista since when I get blue screen it restart alone.

If someone got any ideas or know a software that I can use to test my components so I can put the results here to see what is wrong with that darn PC.

Now I'm looking on ebay to buy an Intel X6800 maybe with that and a new motherboard it will work better.
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