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Blue Screen for Graphics Card?

I keep getting this blue screen on occasion for what I think is my graphics card. I had to get a new one after my old one died on me. I have a Dell Inspiron 530 and the graphics card is a Nvidia GeForce 210. The Blue screen reads:

Stop: 0x00000116 (0x8A688008, 0x8ED27AD6, 0x00000000, 0x00000002)

nv7ddmkm.sys -Address 8ed27AD6 Base at EC08006
Date Stamp 4e992973

Thanks! Help me if you can!

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Clarification

Dell Inspiron 530
Nvidia Geforce 210
Running Windows Vista
32-Bit
Intel Duo Core CPU
4 GB of Ram
Lots of Space on the Hard Drive

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Given the slim details, how long has it been?

How long has it been since you pulled the cover and cleaned the heatsinks and fans with canned air?
Bob

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Death blue screen

I think this is a death blue. and it caused by ram error. According to me, you should check ram or maybe replace it if any.

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