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Salmonboy

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Hi is this ok for the new thread
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I get a problem playin call of duty also.
It blue screens and i get an error reading

BAD_POOL_CALLER

STOP:0X000000C2
(0X00000050, 0XE1026000, 0X0A000000)

Please can somebody tell me what this means. I will be very grateful.
This error only seems to happen during call of duty uo.
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Hello Salmonboy!

This error can be caused by buggy/bad drivers.
Have you updated all your drivers?
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I have done all of my winows updates although have not been on the nvidia website to update them because become confused because there are so many difeerent ones.
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will need to know the system/videocard you have...

go here and download everest

http://www.geekstogo...tion=show&id=13

SAVE AND ATTACH -- ATTACH

the report to your next post if you need help
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ok i have downloaded everest what do i need to run?
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what info do you need?
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click the REPORT button, click SAVE TO FILE and attach the file
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Display:
Video Adapter NVIDIA GeForce4 MX Integrated GPU (32 MB)
3D Accelerator nVIDIA nForce2

CPU Type AMD Athlon XP, 2133 MHz (16 x 133) 2600+
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I want to see the whole report, please
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Is that it?

Attached Files


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you're going to want to go here

http://www.nvidia.co...ers/drivers.asp
choose
PLATFORM > NFORCE DRIVERS
NFORCE 1/2
Windows XP


download and install that

THEN


grab the GRAPHIC DRIVERS
Geforce and TNT2 drivers
WINDOWS XP

and install that


in that order
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ok thank you.
Should that work?
Is that to update the drivers?
I will download them now and post back on how it goes.
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yes, should work
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I think it has, the game worked well i just played it.
Thank you so much for your help. Thanks for taking the time to look at this and help me with the problem.
I will definetley recommend geeks to go to my friends as you are so quick to reply and so helpful.
Cheers for eveything
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