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Windows XP PRO with BSOD Product 256_1


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Miklos

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Hello,

This has been going on for three months, and I've heard everything from bad ram to the cat walked into the room. I have a Dell XPS 400 it's not overclocked, and I run a Nvidia 7950GT Video card.

Only during a virus scan do I get the BSOD, the latest error code on reboot was, and always is...

BCCode: 100000d0 BCP1: 8A000010 BCP2: 00000002 BCP3: 00000001
BCP4: 8054807B OSVer: 5_1_2600 SP:2_0 Product: 256_1

I run my machine to it's limits on several ocasions, but never get the BSOD until I do a virus scan. I'm lost, because it is EVERY virus scan that I try.

I have ran MEMTEST more than 24 hours with no errors, and I have ran Prime95 more than 48 hours, and no errors, so I am rulling out MOBO, RAM, overheating, and since I don't overclock, I don't think that is an issue either.

I can do spyware and malware, just not virus a scan. Other than that, everything runs fine, would just like to find out what is going on here.

I use SystemSuite 7 for all my utilities, and yes my BIOS is updated, and I have tried resetting that as well that has not helped, I am not runing PEG graphics, I use PCI on the BIOS settings.

I would upload my minidump, but for some reason can't through this message board. Will keep trying though, and should soon!

Anybody ever experience, or hear of this?

Thanks!

Miklos
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dr.huynh

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Turn off auto reboot on error (BSOD) so you can actually read the error message, and more importantly, what file (usually a driver .dll) is having the issue.
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Okay, I disabled auto reboot, and just ran a virus scan to get the error back. The result was BSOD with:
IRQ_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

I viewed the minidump, and the culpirt according to that is TMPREFLT.SYS.

I just started viewing minidumps, so a lot of it is greek, I would like to solve this without having to upload anything, but any leads would be appreciated.

Still working on a solution.

Miklos
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