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When I boot my computer I get a message box that says, CTXfIHIP MFC has stopped working

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  • Stephan Naples-Watkins Jan 23, 2009

    Thanks I have tried this, but did not work



    Many thanks



    Stephen

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That's a Creative X-Fi driver or application error. Go to the Creative site and download the latest drivers for your sound card.

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Hi,
Your Operating System is Corrupted. So reinstall the Operating System.
Thanks, PREM

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