This is with any media and not data DVD's. The system will BSOD with WinDVD or Windows Media player. Tried 3 different version of the Intel HD video drivers from the HP site all leading to same results, but there are some differences in the minidump results.

Sometimes its:

Probably caused by : watchdog.sys ( watchdog+925 )

And most of the time it's:

Probably caused by : igxpdv32.DLL ( igxpdv32+1010 )

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Did you update the WinDVD software?
Did you update the Intel Graphics?  Remember that you should uninstall the old graphic drivers before installing the newest ones.

 

 

Answered 05/02/2012 by: haroldg
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You serious?

Answered 01/19/2012 by: Timanator
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This is because you have problems in Windows Registry. It is a common cause of Windows crashes and error messages. Registry problems can occur for many reasons, including references left behind after uninstalling, incorrect removal of software, missing or corrupt hardware drivers or orphaned start-up programs. This will significantly increase the Registry size and slow down your computer, because Windows will need more time to load, search, and read data from the Registry. Scan your system for errors with Digeus Registry Cleaner http://www.digeus.com/products/regcleaner/registry-cleaner.html

Answered 01/05/2012 by: jnager
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