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BSOD Win XP SP3 - Once a Day!


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Do you have your xp disk?
If so a repair install maybe in order here.
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I removed webroot and installed MSE

Had one BSOD from win32sys in 3 days. Fingers crossed
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Interesting can you upload that dump log please.
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That's Weird... There is No Nir BSV Nor a file in the Minidump...
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You must have run ccleaner its ok we will play the waiting game. :)
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Thanks for your continued concern!
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No problem I just wish I could have been more helpful through out this ordeal.
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