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littlefairywren

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My computer has dedided to spit the dummy again! I had posted last week and followed the advice to clean it out and install TuneUp and now it is definately running faster. But my computer has started crashing again. Once yesterday and twice today in quick succession. I have pasted a copie of the last print screen for the last "serious error". I don't know if this shows a clue or helps in any way. I really have no idea as to what to do next.

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That error doesn't mean anything to anybody outside of Microsoft.

You'll need to make a note of what you're doing before it falls over as something you have running is probably causing it. Or your Windows installation is badly damaged.
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Erm, I would also like to know which application is faulting. You need to paste the 'App Name' & the 'Mod Name'.
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It happened twice while I was surfing and also when I was was in Microsoft Word. It seems to be indiscriminate. I can not find any kind of connnection to any one program that could be a culprit. I don't know what else to tell you. I am sorry about the attachment only being of any use to Microsoft, it was just an example of what comes up every time I crash.
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