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PJM001

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HI, I'm no expert but need help from one!
I keep getting BSOD - seems to happen mostly when clicking whilst surfing web on either IE9 or Chrome, but can happen all on its own...
I have installed a hot fix 270402 which Microsoft say will sort issue but still no joy.
Problem seems to be getting more and more frequent.
Have updated as many drivers as I can thru dell website and Microsoft.
All windows updates are up to date.
Can anyone make sense of the attached bluescreen shot?
Using Vista Home Premium SP2 on a Dell Inspiron 530
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Edited by PJM001, 02 December 2011 - 02:01 AM.

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rshaffer61

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Try this hotfix from Microsoft as it is not the same as the one you installed. Also the BSOD is showing a driver issue so the question is have you recently updated a legacy driver right before this started?
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Hi, thanks for the reply, Not sure what a legacy driver is and isn't that hotfix for SP1? I have SP2, will that make a difference?
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It doesn't tell if the SP is a factor.
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