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jure

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when i watching a movie on my note book blue screen shows up and telling me that i have a problem with my video card ( i don't have enough memory!!!!!)
and thaht i need to turn off shadows in bios but there are no option like that???
what should i do?

if you whant you can answer me on juricilija@yahoo.co.uk
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Wow, thats a very specific Blue Screen. :tazz:
Can u provide more info:
Whats ur PC config.?
Can u tell the exact error code on the Blue Screen.

Also, I do remember seeing that option in BIOS on older PCs.
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i also have problem with quartz.dll. when i start mv2 player, after 4 -5 min there's a window with message that mv2 cause a problem in quartz.dll? how to repair that???
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i also have problem with quartz.dll. when i start mv2 player, after 4 -5 min there's a window with message that mv2 cause a problem in quartz.dll? how to repair that???

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Howdy:

Things would be easier if you answered the questions posed to you instead of just ignoring them and posting more problems !!

quartz.dll is a part of DirectX.. Have you installed all critical updates and fixes for your operating system??

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e pa sad vidis da ne znam dobro engleski. bad english and i give my note to repair. beacause pf that i don't know exact code of error.
also my bios have only shared video memory...
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