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LilDude772

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Hello everyone,

So sometime ago I formatted my computer due to getting BSODs'(Blue Screens of Death) than, and now I'm still getting them!

I googled the problem and it let me to a topic that was created here a year ago, but the program talked about in the topic is not on my computer, so I figured it must be a different program causing it.

Any help, suggestions, advice...the works would be nice!

Thanks!

EDIT: I am running Windows XP Professional (SP 3)(Version 2002) with the following:

AMD Athlon™ 64 Processor 3400+
2.19 GHz, 1.00 GB of RAM

(The above was taken from My Computer--Ctrl Panel--System--General)

And have been keeping constant update with Windows Update.

EDIT2: There have also been a couple other BSODs, 1 referring to "machine_check_exception" and 1 referring to something about "Driver_IRQ_equal" or something like that..I can't remember all of it.

Edited by LilDude772, 30 October 2010 - 05:52 PM.

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happyrock

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have you tried booting into safe mode
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Erm..not yet..however I recently updates my video drive and after that there had hardly, if any at all, been any issues.
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irql_not_less_or_equal is the other BSOD I had talked about in the first post..Just had it a couple minutes ago trying to login into my mums' acc, except that's the only time I've had a blue screen since I updated my video card/driver, which was sometime ago. If it does it again what should I do in Safe mode?
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irql_not_less_or_equal is the other BSOD I had talked about in the first post..Just had it a couple minutes ago trying to login into my mums' acc, except that's the only time I've had a blue screen since I updated my video card/driver, which was sometime ago. If it does it again what should I do in Safe mode?


just see how your system runs...you can also look in the event viewer for any red errors in the system section
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