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    I have a legitimate copy of Colin Mcrae 2005.
    When I try to play game, I get BSOD
    I am 100% sore this is a starforce protection issue.
    Been in touch with them and they say update their drivers.
    Done this, but game still crashes.
    How can I get game to play?
    Bill

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    Is your PC and OS supported at all?
    Can you post latest minidump (windows\minidump) please.

    Is this with original dvd or image?
    Make something idiot proof, but then they just make a better idiot
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    Thanks for you reply,
    Info as requested.
    XP build 2600 OEM sp3.....
    Asrock 2core 1333-2.66Ghz with 2gb ram
    7900gt/gto card
    Original game worked OK on old computer.
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    Been in touch with starforce again, sent them memory dump.
    Had reply from them, "error is caused by ntkrnlmp.exe. and not their product"
    Are they trying to blind me with science?
    Bill

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    So this is your new pc on which game doesn't work.

    I assume all drivers are the latest?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blazkowicz View Post
    So this is your new pc on which game doesn't work.

    I assume all drivers are the latest?
    Yes its a new PC I have built myself, all drivers are up to date.
    What is the ntkrnlmp.exe. process?

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    ntkrnlmp.exe is a process associated with Microsoft® Windows® Operating System from Microsoft Corporation.


    Any security software which could block anything installed? If not, then should be StarForce issue.

    BTW when does it exactly gives you BSOD?
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