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Old 1st April, 2005, 03:16 PM
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Ive been reading and it says some places its a memory problem. Any truth to this or are you 80-100% sure its the firewall driver?
Dolanen said about firewire driver, not firewall! (firewire = a connector much like an USB one for use with Firewire devices: racks, video cameras..etc, it also uses a driver that can be installed/rolled back/disabled if it has problems...)
To find some info about firewire please check type define:firewire on Google search.

What should i look for in my event log. Should it crash my system however when playing games or running a bunch of programs. As stated im using winxp pro with sp2 integrated
System errors.

Where would i look and what files should i unistall and put back on?
Control panel/administrative tools/computer management/device manager/* It's possible to find the driver (if you have the connectors ) under Network adapters node under the name: IEEE 1394. You can there uninstall/rollback/disable the driver.

I see no application errors but a system error every time the computer had rebooted
What does that error message say?

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