My hardware is:
Asus A7V333 motherboard, BIOS 1005
Athlon XP 2100+
512MB Corsair RAM
Stripped array of 2 80GB Maxtor 740DXs with NTFS
Operating system is Windows XP Professional, with all the updates available in the Microsoft web page installed.
My problem is that when I run Windows Media Player 8.00.00.4477 (also with all the updates installed) I get the infamous blue screen with a DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL error and my PC reboots. It happens only with some mpg video clips.
Girl: "Doctor, doctor everytime I poke myself in the eye like this...OUCH it hurts. What should I do? " Doctor: "Stop doing that." Girl: "Gee, I feel better already."
Stop trying to play those movies.
Ok don't like that answer go to <A HREF="http://www.doom9.net" target="_new">http://www.doom9.net</A> and download nandub. Use nandub to open the file and select file information. This will give us a starting point so at least we will know what kind of file we are dealing with. The *.mpg at the end does not tell anything cause the mpg is just a container and can contain many different types of files from mpeg1 to asf. If nandub can't open the file download other players or editors until you find one that will.
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