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Computer crashes whenever I play a game

By GreenAcid
May 29, 2008
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  1. i keep getting error code
    BCCode 1000000a
    BCP1 000000004
    BCP2 000000002
    BCP4 804dc353
    OSVer 5_1_2600
    SP 2_0
    Product 768_1
    when ever i play pirates of the carabean on line
    i have no viruses
    my drivers are old but when i go to manufactuers site drivers dont work some times
    i have no idea how to use memtest86 i went to the site and down loaded it i have no idea how to set it up or use it
    for some reaseon i have no minidump files not sure were they went
    lol
    computer runs fine all day long only get error code when i play my game can any one tell me why please help
  2. GreenAcid

    GreenAcid Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    i keep getting these codes please help me

    BCCode 1000000a 100000be
    BCP1 000000004 F4002BD4
    BCP2 000000002 632F1031
    BCP4 804dc353 F7949d98
    OSVer 5_1_2600 0000000A
    SP 2_0
    Product 768_1
  3. Probably buggy or out of date graphics drivers. Try updating, if that fails then it could memory.
  4. Sal_118

    Sal_118 Newcomer, in training Posts: 47

    What the heck is Pirates of the Caribbean?

    Is that one of those of free online games?
    If so, then I wouldn't be surprised at all if it came loaded with bugs...

    Have you tried to check with it's "Developers"?
    maybe an F.A.Q. page?
    Try to check it's page for any updates or information regarding your issue:)
  5. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 18,353

  6. GreenAcid

    GreenAcid Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    please help

    ok i have a nvidia gforse fx 5200 cannot get any of the drivers to work well with the game have played other games and been just fine is this card junk can any one help
  7. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 18,353

    Well I'd say yes, but I'm a gamer !

    From here: http://www.nvidia.com/page/fx_5200.html

    AGP 8X 128Meg

    Graphics Core:256-bit
    Memory Interface:128-bit
    Memory Bandwidth:6.4 GB/sec.
    Fill Rate:1.1 billion texels/sec.
    Vertices/sec.:68 Million
    Pixels per Clock (peak):4
    Textures per Pixel:16
    RAMDACs:350 MHz
  8. GreenAcid

    GreenAcid Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    i need help

    ok my mini dump files i cannot see them when i open the folder it is blank were do they go or why can i not see them

    ok when i down load drivers it says this driver is for an older version of win should i go back to service pack 1 and download drivers and then reinstall all up dates for win

    i cannot seem to find the right drivers or the thes i do find that say they will work dont because of win is there some thing im doing wrong is there a way to tell if your using the best driver
  9. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 18,353

  10. nobardin

    nobardin Newcomer, in training Posts: 260

    http://www.driverheaven.net/windows-xp-2k-radeon-display-drivers/107447-uninstalling-installing-ati-drivers-properly.html That is a step by step guide on how to properly uninstall drivers. This guide is for ATI drivers, so just replace ATI with Nvidia and you'll be ok.

    http://downloads.guru3d.com/Driver-Cleaner-Professional-download-745.html that is a link for driver cleaner pro. (the free version, it is fully functional)

    Make sure to read the step by step guide included with the help file of driver cleaner as well as the link I posted.

    One other thing. After driver cleaner has finished cleaning. On the driver cleaner window click tools then click cab cleaner. This pops up the cab cleaner feature. Clean the Drivers.cab and SP2.cab files as well. After that is finished restart your computer normally.

    then get Ccleaner here http://www.ccleaner.com it is a free PC/Registry scanner that will remove errors from your PC and registry

    Then get the latest drivers for your card from the Nvidia site.

    Just so you know I played Pirates online for a while and had a similar issue until I removed the old drivers with driver cleaner.

    If that does not fix your issue, please let us know and we will continue to help you.

    Also make sure you are downloading the drivers for your operating system (XP).
  11. GreenAcid

    GreenAcid Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    hey

    i am not trying to be lazy but i have a real hard time at the forums can you get that uninstall install nvidia drivers thing and post it please you guys arw wizzs and i struggle my *** off to try to get this to work thanks for the help yea pirates is fun and a 5200 should run it but im getting tired of it crashing lol
     
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