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jdog362003

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Everytime I try and connect to firefox it automatically comes up with a blue screen and comes up with a IRQL error then immediately restarts.....it is very quick and it doesnt give me enough time to read the entire error. I have a Dell inspiron 2400 running Windows 2000 .
i thought it might would be a driver issue but not exactly sure.....Also after surfing around on internet explorer it comes up with the same error and restarts but it doenst do it as quickly as when i open firefox.
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Ok i thought i had it fixed after uninstalling Firefox and reinstalling it but obviously not i still get blue screens at various differnt times. I was able to read what the screen said as it actually stayed up long enough for me to see then i had to manually restart my laptop.

The blue screen said the following:

***STOP:0x000000D1 (0x09090931, 0x00000002, 0x00000000, 0xF5B251F0)
DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
***Address F5B251F0 BASE AT F5B20000, DateStamp 3e25babe-uhcd.sys
Beginning dump of physical memory


that is the exaxt message word for word so please help me out
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