Originally posted by Xandax:
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What operating system do you use.
What hardware do you have, what drivers do you use.
I'd imagine it to be a driver problem.
Especially since you mention "The Blue Screen of Death" wich most often is assoicated with drivers.
Could also be your installation of Windows that is the problem.
I doubt it to be the hardware.</STRONG>
I run Windows '98...
I've never had anything similar to this before.... The dvd-decoder card that I bought was a "Sigmatics Hollywood magic" (something like that)...the only "magic" it did was screwing up my computer....
Maybe when I uninstalled the card it left some "sh*t" behind that is causing this conflict?!?
@HighLordDave: Seeing as though I've got tons of games and memories and photographs (nothing naughty if by any chance Gruntboy is reading this...
I'd prefer a way without having to clear my entire harddrive.....
Reinstalling Windows means formatting the harddrive as well?!? (In that case doing so will be my last resort)
Think you could explain to me how to navigate the registry thingy?!?
Ohh...and by the way does anyone know where you can get drivers for the "westerndigital" harddrives....seems as though they have completely vanished from the net...
Appreciate all of your efforts to help me...
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