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Blue Screen Of Death

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Ever since I installed the Roxio April patch via automatic roxio updates for creator 2009 I am getting BSOD. I am not able to replicate the problem so it seems random at this point. Anyone else getting this problem? I will uninstall and reinstall with out the patch to test the system futher.

 

 

HP HDX 18T

4 gig RAM

500 Gig HDD

Nvidia GeForce 9600M GT

Intel 2 DUO T9600 @2.8 Ghz Extreme processors X2

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Ever since I installed the Roxio April patch via automatic roxio updates for creator 2009 I am getting BSOD. I am not able to replicate the problem so it seems random at this point. Anyone else getting this problem? I will uninstall and reinstall with out the patch to test the system futher.

 

 

HP HDX 18T

4 gig RAM

500 Gig HDD

Nvidia GeForce 9600M GT

Intel 2 DUO T9600 @2.8 Ghz Extreme processors X2

 

Not much information there.

When do you get the BSOD? Whhen you bootup? When you start C2009 or when?

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Not much information there.

When do you get the BSOD? Whhen you bootup? When you start C2009 or when?

 

I thought I said in my post that there was no dicernable pattern (random). However, two times I was copying audio cd's to the audio book tool and the last time I was shutting down. The reason I thin k it is the roxio patch is that I have not installed anything else. Well, coming here was just a shot in the dark.

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I thought I said in my post that there was dicernable pattern (random). However, two times I was copying audio cd's to the audio book tool and the last time I was shutting down. The reason I thin k it is the roxio patch is that I have not installed anything else. Well, coming here was just a shot in the dark.

If you can copy what the BSOD error says and Google it, you'll probably find lots of info on where to start to fix the problem.

Make sure all your drivers are up to date.

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If you can copy what the BSOD error says and Google it, you'll probably find lots of info on where to start to fix the problem.

Make sure all your drivers are up to date.

 

Thank you for your responses. I will try that.

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one further thought - had a similiar problem which turned out to be a dodgy power supply. No more BSOD's since it was replaced

 

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