KERNELBASE.dll Crash


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TrainableMan

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Not much you can tell from what you posted. The error won't really be in the Kernal, it will likely be a driver somewhere. Check your drivers are up-to-date, especially video & audio drivers. I do not recommend you use any driver update software to do this. The best option is first "Windows Update" and then by going to the websites of your hardware manufacturer and downloading them direct from the source.
 

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