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I have a PC game called Morrowind and I've had it for a long time, just recently after updating my display driver every now and then while playing I get this error, and am forced to reboot my computer.


Error Signature

BCCode : ea BCP1 : 817A9020 BCP2 : 82175CC8 BCP3 : 820D0298
BCP4 : 00000001 OSVer : 5_1_2600 SP : 2_0 Product : 768_1

Also had shown me this,

The follow items will be included in this error report.



Anyone tell me what this is? and or how I can fix it?

Oh, and when I try to update my display drivers in the device manager, and during the update it shows me this.

The file"ialmnt5.sys" on Intel® Extreme Graphics Windows 2000/XP Installation Disc is needed.

Type the path where the file is located, and then click OK.

I've found that file on my computer. 4 of them to be exact, all in the windows directory or system32 directory. When I point the updater to that file, I get another warning from Microsoft that they strongly recommend I stop the installation because it didn't pass some test or something...
I'm stumped, and don't want to be forced to reboot everytime I get this error from playing a game.

I have a dell resource cd, but the file is not on it, and when I run the disc to install drivers and what not, it tells me that I have a newer version of the display driver and is recommended I keep using the newer version.

Someone.. please help me out here!

Many thanks in advance, you guys are great, helped me out a lot in the past! :tazz:

Edited by Purgatory, 14 June 2005 - 05:08 AM.

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I found this .
If you have four copies of this file then I'd suspect malware, visit the malware removal forum and someone there will help you get rid of it.
Also you can download a fresh, clean copy of ialmnt5.sys from here.
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go to the above, plug in your jtag (the number is on a sticker on the PC's rear), and it will take you to a support page for your PC.

download the latest driver for you video display
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