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Random Blue Screens of Death


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Brightspark3146

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Over the past few weeks i have been getting the BSOD with the following message,
Stop 0x000000D1(ox28822145,0X00000002,0X00000000,0XF7C14E90),

Lower down the page is,USBPORT,sys,F7C14E90,Base@F7C09000,Date Stamp 41107d62,

Any ideas?

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gerryf

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sounds like an irq problem with a usb driver....did your motherboard come with a customer usb driver? If so, download the latest from the manufacturer website and install it
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I have a 8in 1Tevion Card Reader that i have just unplugged after using the "safe to remove" facility,will see if that helps,??

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