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moussaka

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So, today i was playing WoW and listening to music (Winamp) and my computer went black, then blue screen for about 1 second, then restarted. I checked the event viewer and i found a log that says:

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any idea what this is, what caused it, or if it is serious?

Edit: forgot... im on XP SP2. If any other information is needed just ask.

Edited by moussaka, 27 March 2008 - 03:53 PM.

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Do you have Symantec AV or Suite or Zone Alarm Firewall installed? If so, they can be a cause of this. See here: Google search for 0x10007e

For Symantec, use their removal tool which is available from their web site, to uninstall it, then reboot and reinstall, see if that helps. Or ... better yet, uninstall it then install AVG Free for your anti-virus.

Ditto for Zone Alarm, uninstall then reinstall or switch to Comodo Personal Firewall
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No to both. The only AV i use is avast.
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If it's a single occurrence then just leave it at that.
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sounds good. ill post back if it happens again sometime.
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No Problem.
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