First guess problem with the drivers for the display. Go to Google.com and type in Nvidia Geforce FX 5200 windows blue screen death Your problem seems not toMessage 1 of 3 , Dec 28 8:30 AMView SourceFirst guess problem with the drivers for the display.
Go to Google.com and type in
"Nvidia Geforce FX 5200" windows blue screen death
Your problem seems not to be unknown.
Hi If it were me I would download SP2 it would be worth it, you are running not as safe machine as it could be, also download DIRECTX as well, it helps allMessage 2 of 3 , Dec 28 6:43 PMView SourceHi
If it were me I would download SP2 it would be worth it, you are running not
as safe machine as it could be, also download DIRECTX as well, it helps all
your video and sound.
THANKYOU DAVE M
----- Original Message -----
From: "M.M." <m.mordechai@...>
Sent: Friday, December 29, 2006 2:58 AM
Subject: [NTO] Strange behavior
> Recently when I play a video clip (with Power DVD or Nero ShowTime,
> I stopped using WMP - its slow) no matter what kind AVI / WMV / MPG or
> in series (one after the other), *sometimes* the computer SHUT DOWN
> any warning) and starts to reboot -
> of course there is the blue screen, the drive checks (sometimes one drive
> sometimes more) and then the reboot finished and everything is fine and
> computer works normaly.
> In the "Control panel - Device Mgr." everything is "+", no conflicts,
> I ran updated AntiVirus, AdWare, SpySweeper - all is clean.
> No matter if online or offline.
> And some other thing, while online and going to links from page to page,
> many times the IE crashes.
> OS is win xp pro+sp1
> Memory 640 MB
> CPU AMD Athlon 1.2
> Display card (AGP) Nvidia Geforce FX5200 + 128MB
> The main thing which bothers me is the first one, perhaps some hardware
> Any ideas to solve the problem or tests to locate the problem will be
> Thanks in advance
> and Happy New Year
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