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Computer Crashes -- error msg is that GEForce 4 (4000) is causing my crash

It seems everytime I update windows, download or install a new program (e.g. any Bit Torrant type of program, watch a video etc, the computer crashes.

The error msg when I hit - "report problem" is invariably a problem has been found with your NVidea. Please update drives. I haven't seen an updated driver in over a year.

Any thoughts or should I just change cards? This happens at least once every 2 or 3 days. And after a Windows update usually every couple of hours until I can find a decent restore point that allows the crash frequency to decrease.

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It may not be video card it could be system files at fault I had similar and some files were not indexed
go to C:\ right click Properties / Tools error check check errors new box opens tick the small square to fix errors and reboot while rebooting windows will scan disk and fix errors and if you are quick enough will see what it fixed then it will restart
I scan disk to fix errors every 3/ 4 weeks and do not have may problems

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