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Old 08-28-2007, 05:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Blue-Screen'd again. Take a look at this...

This time when I blue-screen'd I got this code in the 2nd/3rd line:

DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

So now I know it's not the heat. You might remember my other thread where I BS'd and thought it was heat. Well about 24 hours later, I crash again. Now I know what the problem is, a driver issue. Any ideas on this one guys? Oh and thanks for all the help, this site is truly an invaluable resource.
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Default Re: Blue-Screen'd again. Take a look at this...

look under device manager for any yellow quotation marks on any devices, or try to find out which driver is causing this
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Default Re: Blue-Screen'd again. Take a look at this...

or if all is lost, try to rollback all your drivers and/or uninstall and reinstall, one at a time
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Default Re: Blue-Screen'd again. Take a look at this...

Well I uninstalled the two drivers with exclamation points next to them - 'Mass Storage Controller' & 'Unknown Device' but when I restarted it didn't do anything, they were still there and had the yellow exclamation points. Any ideas?
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Default Re: Blue-Screen'd again. Take a look at this...

try disconnecting any PCI devices that you dont need to run the computer as well as any peripherals, it occurs sometimes that they just need to be reseated
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