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What is this Windows Error Message about?

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Please do refer to image that I have attached for the problem that I faced. What is it?W


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by:JoWickerman
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No image?
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by:hallhill
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Here is the image
Error-Problem.bmp
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by:JoWickerman
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Hi,

It's your video card that's giving the error.

Try to take it out, put it back in and see what it does.

I would suggest that you download and install the newest driver for the card as well.

Cheers.
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by:hallhill
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I am using on board video card.What should I do then?
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by:JoWickerman
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Uninstall the drivers in device Manager and install the newest drivers.

That should solve your problem.
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by:BillDL
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hallhill

It does say that "Your System has recovered from a serious error".
Did this error only show once or is it happening each time you boot?

If it keeps happening, then what information does it give if you click the "click here" link in the 2nd windows dialog where it says "To view technical information about the error report - click here"?

That should open the "Help and Support Center" and may give some more information.  If so, could you either take another screenshot of that and attach the image, or scroll over the information, copy it, and paste here in the "Code Snippet" box.
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by:hallhill
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There are legacy video capture deviced and video codecs, which one of this I should uninstall?
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Uninstall under Display adapters.
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by:hallhill
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How do you recognize from the image that it was a display problem?
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I had the same problem 4 months ago with an ATI Graphics card!!! :)
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hallhill
Just curious to know. Did reinstalling graphics drivers fix the issue?
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