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Real Player/media Files Cause Crash And Restart

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#1 kilala


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Posted 21 December 2005 - 05:35 AM

ok, one more quickie, sorry, my comps a mess...gomen nasai...anyway, this has happened before...one day i'll be watching my beloved files in a media player and then I try to watch the same file or listen to an mp3, it doesnt matter what media or player, my computer will just crash and reboot. Again, it's done this before. And it will start working again out of the blue. I've done everything i can think of, uninstalling all the media players, defragging, running antivirus and antispywares, and reinstalling. Doesn't work. Then I will get a random popup saying my computer has recovered from a serious error dealing with my video card. So i guess that that might be the problem but I'm clueless on how to fix it. Again, sorry, but this is driving me crazy. :thumbsup:

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Posted 21 December 2005 - 08:12 AM

This may be related to your other post - and, as is the case with the other post, it really can't be fixed until you've eliminated the spyware/virus from your system.

See the other post for details.
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