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Fakeor

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hi... i need fast help with an annoying( ;) ) problem with my Laptop..., what got WinXp Professional...

so.. here's my problem...

when i turn on my computer... it's work all right on almost everything.. but when i am going to play eg. World of warcraft... it's lagging like ****...

but after around 20-30 minutes...
my computer shows a blue screen where it's standing some text information about the F8 button and the security mode.. but i dont need help about that... and i have to turn off my computer and turn it on again for doing some work on my computer for around 20-30 minutes b4 the same problem appears...

but it's showing this code:
***STOP: 0¤00000000f4,0¤00000003,0¤82174aa4,0¤805f9f88)

if it's some kinda problem that can fix this i'll be glad... ;)

Heelp plz... Kinda fast.. :tazz:

Edit: do i have to format my computer?... i'll hope for that i dont need to it...

Edited by Fakeor, 31 May 2005 - 11:17 AM.

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gerryf

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think you left something out....the four numbers following the STOP look like parameters, but I have not run into a STOP 0x0000004f error....anything else in that error message?
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Okey... this is all what i got...

STOP: 0x000000f4(0x00000003,0x81d26020,0x81d26194,0x805f9f88)

if it's telling u more... hope for soon help... :tazz:
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Joe2000

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Is this only when you play games or is it all the time regardless of what your doing?
I would make sure you have the latest drivers installed. When was the first time you got this error, was it after a s/w or h/w update?
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Fakeor

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as i said...when i turn on my computer... it's taking 20-30 to that error is coming...
and it's only "lagging" in game i think... i've got this error some days b4 i've posted my topic on this forum...

actually.. it isnt "my" computer... but i am trying to help a friend that got that problem... and he doesnt now anything about computer... i am just 12 year's old... så i dont know how do fix this problem thought...
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