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DMA scheduler I am having the hp difital media error.....Yes your solution to go to tools does help but it reappears when I turn my computer back on. Help plz

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  • zookeeper913 Apr 25, 2009

    Same problem after conducting a system restore. Can't get info on how to fix: When on internet, I get prompt saying "dma schduler encounted a problem and needs to close." I then have to send microsoft a error report How can I fix this? Is DMA Scheduler neccessary?? I have the HP Media Center M7690Y PC

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