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    Kraków my love :)

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You're right.
I think, I'm getting tired here... :D
The 2nd one is a chipset driver.
Did you try it?
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second one was the one that gave me the friendly error :D

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At this point, I'm not sure what to tell you.
My only explanation would be, that your computer was designed for Vista and now being with Windows 7 it doesn't want to take Vista, or 7 chipset driver.

Reading on the net, some reports, that your error "gfxui has stopped working" may be connected to some .NET Framework corruption.
Go to "Programs & Features" in Control Panel and uninstall all .NET Framework version listed there.
See, if it helps.
Eventually, you can reinstall them.
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Interesting post !!!...what was the outcome/resolution? :D
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