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System Restarting When cpus running at 2.2ghz

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Ndis.sys ?

AM I missing something? This is the first you've mentioned it, isn't it?

ndis is a system driver that allows an network interface to use multiple protocols (tcpip, ipx/spx. etc).

Odds are, you don't need it and renaming ndis.sys to ndis.old in safemode will make that problem go away....it usually occurs due to bad network driver.
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well the stop error in the last post was the error but i didnt put a name to it sorry, and any ideas why hl2 causes the error? if not its ok but its a bummer when it runs fine at 1.8 but not at 2.2 it get annoying xD, anyways thanks for all so far

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