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Blue screen stop error message 0*000000d1

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    viap4x stop message 0*000000d1

  • Anonymous Jan 20, 2009

    I have the same Problem, with the same Stop error code, which driver could have possibly caused this problem?

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This is caused by a bad driver installed on the computer. Try booting into safe mode and disabling any drivers that are not needed. You can also attempt to reinstall the drivers under safe mode.

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