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World of Warcraft Classic BSOD problem

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Having a slight problem with WoW. Yes, I know it's beyond geeky but it fills up the dull winter evenings. Every now and then at random it bluescreens out, leaving me an error, the technical details of which are below:

STOP: (0x00000050 C0xE61AFA38, 0x00000001, 0xBF18C626, 0x00000001)

ati3duag.dll - Address BF18C626 base at BF16B000, Datestamp 46eb3954

Any ideas? I have tried updating my video card drivers but the install wouldn't work. Judging by the error, I suspect the problem may lie there.

Incidentally I am running a 2.8ghz P4 processor with 1gb RAM, and a 512mb ATI Radeon HD 2600 Pro AGP, if that helps.

Please help, I'm starting to go twitchy not being able to hammer giant spiders to death.

The last part may be somewhat satirical.


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Hello :)

Several people have reported that downloading these two MS patches might help:

Then again some people have also reported that this did not help.
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an error of stop 0x00000050 is an indication of bad / faulty memory.

Click this for a guide to using Memtest

Click this to download Memtest

Run it overnight if possible
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