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post #31 of 36
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Dreamxtreme, i think u might be right man, my RAM may be bad.
post #32 of 36
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What BSOD and code ?


There were a ton of numbers , where am I looking for the code? Which set of numbers ? tongue.gif
post #33 of 36
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There were a ton of numbers , where am I looking for the code? Which set of numbers ? tongue.gif

Nornally its a 0x****** and then the last numbers so something like 101 or whatever

and the the main bit is like IRQ_LESS_OR_EQUAL <<god i hate that back in the day
post #34 of 36
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Nornally its a 0x****** and then the last numbers so something like 101 or whatever

and the the main bit is like IRQ_LESS_OR_EQUAL <<god i hate that back in the day


Thats exactly what mine is giving me, IRQ LESS or EQUAL I actually made a thread about it.. I will see what the 0x says next time it happens ..
post #35 of 36
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Thats exactly what mine is giving me, IRQ LESS or EQUAL I actually made a thread about it.. I will see what the 0x says next time it happens ..

Yea would need to know what is causing it in that case . Normally there is a filename on the BSOD that should give you some idea
post #36 of 36
irq equal ??

it sees identical irq numbers assigned to devices.
maybe junk from the older driver is still active in register.

1.I would first uninstall the buggy NVidia drivers at software.
if one of the NVidia names cannot be uninstalled.
then go to run screen.
type regedit and Ctrl+F.
then type the NVidia name in search and find the install folder.
then delete the folder.
restart /relog PC afterwards to update the list in software.

2.go to device manager and NVidia adapter and uninstall the NVidia driver.( if one is still active)
restart PC.
make sure it says default VGA driver afterwards..

3.clean temp folders ,type %temp% in runscreen, and delete as many files as possible in the folder.
skip the ones that don't want to be deleted.

4 run a register cleaner (optional)

5 download updated motherboard INF drivers, update them first.

6.download Nvidia driver 331.82 or higher whql (no beta)
run custom install and choose fresh install.

7.
still errors after driver install.
then maybe try set bios to factory default .
then set your user settings again.

8.maybe update Motherboard bios ROM as last ,only if needed
Edited by DarthDad - 12/1/13 at 11:19pm
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