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Blue Screen: driver ircql not less or equal

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Hi im using an Inspiron 8600 ATI Radeon 9600 turbo card and i reinstalled windows XP.

Blue screen crash was the following: DRIVER IRQL NOT LESS OR EQUAL

wzzn51-sys-address f7f13b98 base at f7ea0000

It was working fine before i reinstalled windows XP and occurs when i try to update ad aware SE or sometimes randomly when loading explorer or voice convos on msngr.

I have:
Ran complete virus scans using trend and avg and others
updated all drivers in device manager
Updated all windows updates

In device manager i have checked "Resources by Type" and found the following all on ircq 11

Ati Mobility radeon
Inhanced host controller
3 usb hubs
texas instruments OHCI compliant IEEE 1394 Host controller
Texas instruments pci cardbus controller

is this normal? Thanks in advance
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I'm not sure if this could work, but I found this:


Perhaps you could try to move some of the devices to other IRQ's, if there are any available...
You should check that in system information

Hope it helps,
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those errors are almost always porrly made drivers

if by this: wzzn51-sys
you meant: wzzn51.sys

windows is telling you the error occurs in that driver. I am unfamilar with that driver.

it has the look of a wireless driver, but that is a guess.

Update all of your device drivers and the problem will likely disappear
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