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I'm a fairy new builder and I was just wondering should I be worried about these critical errors? http://img408.imageshack.us/img408/3982/screenitn.jpg

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Do you have a higher res image. Its hard to read the text.
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Do you have a higher res image. Its hard to read the text.

There's a link there in my first post right under everything I said. Here's another link http://img408.imageshack.us/img408/3982/screenitn.jpg.
    
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I'm not really sure what errors you're referring too? The section you have selected is a driver setting area of the System Information viewer. You should be looking at Event Viewer for errors. thinking.gif
    
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I'm not really sure what errors you're referring too? The section you have selected is a driver setting area of the System Information viewer. You should be looking at Event Viewer for errors. thinking.gif

If you look over to the right under "Error control" everything highlighted says "Critial."
    
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@OP
I'm not really sure what errors you're referring too? The section you have selected is a driver setting area of the System Information viewer. You should be looking at Event Viewer for errors. thinking.gif

If you look over to the right under "Error control" everything highlighted says "Critial."

Right, but mine also say the same thing. I assume (without any research) that the 'Error Status' defines what kind of failures those drivers would entail. For example, a critical error will BSOD the system. Non-severe or non-critical errors don't BSOD the system (full halt), in which some drivers and services can be restarted/initiated after failure without harm to the system.
    
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