BSOD error 0x00000050 please help

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Hello friends,

i have a problem regarding to play SILENT HUNTER 4,  i get the BSOD error 0x00000050,

system mechanic to clean my pc but it says "no error now", so here is the dump file and the msinfo32.txt its in .txt format.

I think that should have all the informtion you guys need, looking for reply as soon as possible. Thanks alot

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BSOD error 0x00000050 please help

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 this error is caused because of some faulty hardware, unknown driver and some antivirus program. To solve this issue try the following one by one.

1.      If there is some problem in the hardware, remove this hardware. If you don’t know about the hardware please contact hardware manufacturer.

2.      If this error is caused by antivirus, disable the antivirus or permanently remove this antivirus. If the problem is solved try using another antivirus or contact antivirus manufacturer.

3.      Disable all third party drivers. if this solve the issue try to get the latest drivers.

I hope you problem will be solved.

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BSOD error 0x00000050 please help

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There are 3 things you could do:

1)    One of all of your RAM modules are not working well – if you are having two or more modules of RAM installed, leave only one module and test if Silent Hunter crashes again. If it is, swap RAM modules. If you are not having multiple RAM modules, try borrowing from someone one RAM module (need to be same kind, i.e. DDR1, DDR2, DDR3) and testing this same. If this doesn’t work, proceed to second step.

2)    Create System restore point.

Download Driver Verifier from this location (choose the proper one for your version of Windows):

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/hardware/gg487310.aspx

Start and Run Driver Verifier. If it finds a violation, it will result in BSOD.

After restart with BSOD, you may not be able to normally logon to Windows. Restart while pressing fast “F8” key, choose SAFE MODE, boot into the SAFE MODE. Now restore your computer to the restore point you had created at the beginning of this process.

If this step do not solve your problem, proceed to step 3.

3)    Run Checkdisk (click right mouse button on your hard-drive in My Computer, choose “Properties”, go to “Tools” tab, and click “Check now” or “Check for errors”. Depending from your version of Windows, it will start immediately or schedule for the next system restart.

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