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KEEP ON GETTING ERROR MESSAGES

by ballsofsteel1 / May 3, 2007 5:21 AM PDT

Every time I play day of defeat or half life 2 my computer crashs and a blue screen appears saying that their was a major error. i then have to switch the power off and reboot the system. when it reboots this error message appears.
BCCODE:1000008c BCP1:coooooo5 BCP2:BFA715F6 BCP3:B30FFB2C BCP4:00000000 osver:_1_2600 sp:2_0 product768_1
then a click on to veiw technical information about this error buttonand this appears
D:\DOCUME~1\CHARLO~1\TEMP\WER123e.dir00\mini050307-02.dmp
D:\DOCUME~1\CHARLO~1\TEMP\WER123e.dir00\sysdata.xml
I have no idea what this means please help.
I am running windows XP
on a pentium 4 3.06 GHZ
2GB OF RAM
AND A GEFORCE 7900GT VIDEO CARD
I have recently upgarded the ram and video card.
But I was getting a different error message before this.
I am running norton portection as well.
the other error I get sometimes is
the instruction at "0x7c918fea" referenced memory at "0x00000016"
the memory could not be writen.
Any ideas would be gratefull cheers luke

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Try to have it tell you just a little more.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / May 3, 2007 5:24 AM PDT

Clear the EVENT VIEWER, crash and then share what is logged in the event viewer logs (all 3 please.)

Bob

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how do clear the event veiwer
by ballsofsteel1 / May 3, 2007 5:42 AM PDT

sorry I do not know to much about pc's how do I clear the event viewer
cheers for your quick reply

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Cleared the event viewer new error appeared
by ballsofsteel1 / May 3, 2007 6:18 AM PDT

I have cleared the event viewer. I thebn rebooted the system and started day of defeat within afew minutes a new error appeared.
The instruction at "0x0fd53e2c" referenced memory at "0x0d91a1ao"
The memory could not be "read"

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There's more in that Event Viewer.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / May 3, 2007 6:36 AM PDT

It will have an EventID, maybe a source and other details. These details could reveal what's up.

Bob

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