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HiThisIsPat

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  1. Thanks Thunda for the information, I will try to BIOS update and see if the problem is fixed.
  2. I might be able to borrow a friends power supply, but for now, I have no alternative. Strangely, the system was stable and fine for several months with this PSU, including intensive gaming (Battlefield 2, F.E.A.R). Could power issues crop up now?
  3. I'm still getting BSOD, this time it lists a different error message....this has become very tiresome, does anyone have a more defined answer to my problem? Also, my temps are a little high, my chipset idles around 50 degrees...could this contribute to the problem?
  4. I updated the sound card driver, I will see if this fixes the problem. Thanks for your help.
  5. I heard that updating the BIOS should be a last resort type of fix. Would you recommend anything else prior to doing that? I also don't know the process for updating a BIOS, so if this is indeed a good choice, I would need some help
  6. Hi, Patrick here. I will say up front I am not very well versed in computer hardware and their subsequent problems, so please bear with me. To continue, around July 2005, I used the excellent resources on this forum to build a new gaming PC with my more tech-savy friend. Everything worked fine until about a month ago, when I recieved intermittent stop errors during games or even when browsing the internet. I installed new nVidia drivers thinking that might be the problem, but it persists. Here is the contents of the error if it helps: 0x0000007e (0xC0000005,0xF73775BF,0xF7A13BF8,0xF 7A138F4) Ntfs.sys - Address F73775 BF base at F7340000, Datestamp 41107eea I hope a simple solution can be found. Thank you in advance.
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