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I recently upgraded my FS pc as follows:ASUS A7V333 mb with Via chipset driver ver latest(new)Athlon XP2000 1.667mh (new and NOT overclocked)PC2100 DDR (existing and waiting DDR2700)Visiontek GeForce3 (existing)Nvidia driver 27.30 (existing)Whenever I access FS2002, I get the blue screen of death message0E exception at 0028:c0059F65 VxD__ called from 0028:C1B1D4D7.This happened when I installed the VIA drivers and selected turbo mode. So I deleted my FS2002 cfg file and rebooted. FS2002 came up in full screen mode and re-created the cfg file. Then I copied into this config all of the other parameters I had in the backup file, crated and left over from my previous board and chipset.One thng I notice is that as soon as I add the FSNavigator dll reference, I get the blue screen.In short, I know I have a conflict, but can someone help guide me...is it the video driver, the VIA drivers, the GForce tweak utility?ThanksDom

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Dom,Did you do a new install of Windows after installing your motherboard/CPU?I have found that upgrading and continuing with the O/S you used before causes quite a bit of grief.A new install of Windows sounds like it's in order

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Thanks for the reply John.I think I will try to reinstall FS2002 first before I go the OS route. In looking in the registry, it seems that any reference to FS2002 has disappeared!Regards, Dom

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Dom,Listen to JohnYour only asking for more trouble!!!The amount of time it takes to install windows & FS fresh on a new system is small to the frustration and time to try undfigure out the conflicts.My two centsJoe

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Thank you John and Joe......I am a believer and will do so.Thanks for the responsesRegards,Dom

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