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I am getting this error on a new Dell mini Netbook running XP SP2. DirectX, Flash, Java, and Shockwave ARE installed. I am getting this error on Paradise Chat Online, where I play Spades.

The error on the BSoD is attributed to oa012afx.sys, which-- I believe-- is used for my integrated webcam that came with the laptop?

Please help... I have uninstalled, reinstalled, changed display settings, and everything. PCO is in my list of exempted programs under the firewall, and this is not a spyware/malware problem.

I don't know what else to do... Help!
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Do you have Dragon Naturally Speaking installed?
If so, read here: http://www.trap17.co...ing_t68418.html
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Do you have Dragon Naturally Speaking installed?
If so, read here: http://www.trap17.co...ing_t68418.html


Nope. The only game or anything like that on here is Paradise Chat Online which is a part of the problem. I had to change the resolution to see the lobby chat (problem solved) and at the same time as that problem, when I entered a room, the BSoD came on.
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Here's a more detailed look at what's coming up on the Blue Screen of Death:

[codebox]STOP: 0x0000008E (0xc0000090, 0xAA197F91, OxA89E2F64, 0x00000000)

oA012Afx.sys - Address AA197F91 base at AA18B000, Datestamp 4a1dfb74
[/codebox]

Edited by Eric LeMaster, 27 December 2009 - 10:58 PM.

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Well, since this is new netbook...bring it back.
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Well, since this is new netbook...bring it back.


Nah-- this looks like it would happen on any of these Dell Netbooks.
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Well, if all Dell netbooks are affected, get your money back then.
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Anyone wanna even fathom a guess on why this is happening and help me fix it?
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