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Old 07-03-2006, 09:17 PM   #11
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Old 08-30-2006, 08:52 PM   #13
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I got that same page fault error just a half a second before the vid card crapped out.
The secret to finding out what the problem is that threw the error is to run the first set of numbers in a search engine. Like Google. They tip of what the problem is, instead of guessing...

Try this search page and the 2 at the top are Microsoft.
http://home.bellsouth.net/s/s.dll?ma...ing=0x00000050
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if you have an extra computer around set the harddrive to slave, and throw it in the other computer.
Yea, actually throw it. It helps the process when you throw it.
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Setishock? You just bumped an old thread... ...
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Try putting command.com on a floppy disc (if your pc has one) or maybe a cd mite work. Boot from that device. Command.com is the old dos. So try changing the working directory to C:\WINDOWS\system32\ and use reg.exe to remove real player from the registry @ startup. Note: When you run real player it always checks to see if it is added to start up registry key. If not it adds itself again. I have to conistantly remove it from start up.

I think this way will work. Try downloading a copy of DOS (hopefully containing command.com) from

http://www.bootdisk.com/bootdisk.htm
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Setishock, even though you bumped a thread, I have to follow the rules by closing it.
Sorry.

Sooo...*thread closed*
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