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Old 12-17-2005, 03:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have recently restored a freinds HP notebook with a new hard drive and the recovery software. Now after updating and installing current drivers, (all with windows update) i recieve the following blue screens

0xa Irq not less or equal with an NTFS.sys conflict (appears most often)
0xbe
0x7f

I have ran the recovery console and a dskchk /r
I have used the diagnostics tools for the laptop, all tests pass
I have looked into device manager for resources conflicts

I have found a bios update, but it requires a floppy
and this laptop has no floppy

funny that i can only get it to blue screen if i leave it off for awhile and then power it on.
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Old 12-17-2005, 03:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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did you format it with ntfs?

did you run a repair yet?
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yes formated with ntfs, and ran the repair
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okay now i restored again with recovery discs, only to blue screen (IRQ not less or Equal) while i was watching porno (only to test the computer)
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ram issue. try setting bios to the default to see if it goes away. then run mestest86
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ran memtest 86 three times, no errors
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