Originally Posted by surgeVel
That may have been the case for you, but in most circumstances it is related to installing Vista with more than 3GB of RAM inserted. It has happened to me twice using the 780i and apparently with Veedub's 680i as well, and the fix we both mentioned, works. Yours sounds like a different issue, but I'm glad you were able to find a fix and outsmart their "paid" tech support.
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he is getting this this bsod while playing games or videos, which is very very common and is most likely the source of his problem look it up. ive herd of the 4gb problem aswell and it usually bsod when booting up into vista. no0t when accessing a drive, like playign a game movie or burnign a cd. also heed be better opff trying this first then to re instal vista...