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Everfrost

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I'm not sure if I'm in the wrong forum but my comp built very recently began to BSOD for very very short times before restarting.. I've been only able to see DEVICE IRQ _NO_LESS_THAN_EQUAL... It does it randomly, and on some start ups it doesn't even crash at all.
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You mean it flashes a blue screen, then quickly reboots?

Right click MY COMPUTER, choose PROPERTIES, choose ADVANCED, choose START UP and RECOVERY SETTINGS button, then UNCHECK AUTOMATICALLY RESTART.

As for that error, it is almost alwas a bad driver or bad memory. Have you recently updated a driver, either manually or by Windows Update?

Consider running a memory tester, such as memtest86+, download here:

http://www.memtest.org/
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Thanks yeah i'm gonna run a test using the program you metioned. I checked it with Windows Memory Diagnostics ran 3 passes and nothing but i'l check again
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All yesterday it didn't crash and I had thought is miraculously stopped, but the power went out and the computer was forced off, when i turned it on the blue screens came back this time i saw what it was. STOP 000000D1 HTTP.SYS. I tried to search online for this problem but it was always with another *.sys file.
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I look in the event error and to my surprise the only X's are DCOM errors
CLSID {bc866cf2-5486-41f7-b46b-9aa49cf3ebb1}
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