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Old June 24, 2008, 01:48 PM
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Did you actually do any driver updates around when this started to happen? This is a kernel mode error so most normal software is not going to be able to cause this*. Software that could would be anti-virus or something that installs a system service. Did you put make any changes in those areas?

I would not rule out a problem with your mainboard. Maybe the self diagnostics fixed it for you.
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