I'm your typical online gamer, so when I noticed something wrong after trying to open up R.O.S.E. Online (roseon.com) I decided to ask for assistance here.
Well, R.O.S.E. Online has a patcher (an .exe) that updates the game with all the new content they implement -- it is a MMORPG after all. About two weeks ago I had no problem playing it, all ran smoothly, the graphics were in tip top shape, etc. All went well until I took an extended break away from gaming and focused on research.
Anyways, today I went to open it and sat here as it patched as usual.
It ran, at first, correctly like it should of. But then I was greeted with a blue screen error.
VWIN32 (05) + 000012D0 Error : 0E : 0028 C02A44A8
I shrugged and thought it could of been the other programs I was running (instant messangers, etc). So I closed everything down and tried again. Same problem. So I restarted the computer, and tried again. Same problem. I decided to kick up my spyware/adware/malware/trojan/etc programs and ran the usual session that most people do. One or two adwares were found, but nothing bigger. Until I used a-square 2. It located two trojans and two viruses in my Sun/Java folder (I had installed java for mozilla firefox a week back). Quickly I made sure to do away with them and all seemed well for two more days or so.
Until I decided I'd like to play R.O.S.E. Online again. So, I repeated the proccess. Opening it up after closing all programs down, trying to let it patch, only to get the same exact blue screen error.
I thought it was the program, so I uninstalled. Then reinstalled. Tried again, got the same problem. So I deleted it entirely and downloaded a fresh copy off the site. Same. Problem.
I noticed my driver seemed old, and ultimately my question is.. Should I update it? How do I do that? Not the wisest with drivers here.
Driver: NVIDIA GeForce2 MX driver with Tv Outlet (Dell)
Platform: Windows ME
I looked around and couldn't find anything on the nvidia.com site, just things like GeForce 6 (without the MX?). I was cautious to download that in fear of screwing it up, so.. that's why I'm here.
.. This driver was roughly installed November 2001? So I imagine it's pretty outdated. But should I be doing this?.
Thank you for your responce(s). I appreciate it.
Edited by Whitesugar, 10 March 2005 - 09:10 PM.