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Ideas why TrueCrypt causes reboot?

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Fellow Geeks;

I am running a Compaq Presarior V3000 laptop with XP SP3 and have recently installed TrueCrypt 6.3 for required use on a project I'm involved with. However, while it installed just fine and allows me to create encrypted volumes, when ever I try to OPEN a TC volume, I get the BSOD and the system automatically reboots itself.

I've tried this with various TC volumes and it always happens. As far as I can tell there is no unusual stuff running on my system and to eliminate memory errors I've run an extensive Memtest86+ test overnight with no errors.

Does anyone have any experience with this and/or any ideas on how to overcome/resolve this issue?

Thanks in advance - Bob :)
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