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Originally Posted by Not A Good Idea;11936071 
it could be several things. in no particular order:

1. Bad Ram. Check it with memtest
2. Bad drivers for hardware. (Did you recently update?)
3. Bad Overclock. reset back to stock and start over.


+1 this. However, I think you have a memory problem. ..... not necessarily faulty RAMs but could even be wrong DRAM voltages set in BIOS.

What you need to do:
1. Set everything in stock from within your BIOS. NO overclock, k?
2. Reinstall XP. If errors out again, increase DRAM voltage incremently. Wash and repeat Windows XP installation until your installation does not give you an error.
3. Eventually, your XP installation would go without a problem.

Why? Well, during an OS reinstallation, more of the OS processes are cached into memory other than drive (you know when your into BLUE window GUI) during your reinstall. The only time you access your drive is when you actually are on the Windows welcome screen when you set up everything initially.

Confusing but you can get it!
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Originally Posted by Tleilaxu Ghola View Post
What is the IRQL eror referencing? Is it a file name or just memory addresses?

It's much better to install an OS at factory default, or st least stock CPU settings. But I think somone said that already...

-TG
It is a windows xp professional I got back in 2004, and I build the computer myself so there is no default installation disc..

the error look at memory number with 0x000000A something like that
    
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+1 this. However, I think you have a memory problem. ..... not necessarily faulty RAMs but could even be wrong DRAM voltages set in BIOS.

What you need to do:
1. Set everything in stock from within your BIOS. NO overclock, k?
2. Reinstall XP. If errors out again, increase DRAM voltage incremently. Wash and repeat Windows XP installation until your installation does not give you an error.
3. Eventually, your XP installation would go without a problem.

Why? Well, during an OS reinstallation, more of the OS processes are cached into memory other than drive (you know when your into BLUE window GUI) during your reinstall. The only time you access your drive is when you actually are on the Windows welcome screen when you set up everything initially.

Confusing but you can get it!
I have got out everything overclock, now everything is running as default.
    
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Originally Posted by Mugenx View Post
+1 this. However, I think you have a memory problem. ..... not necessarily faulty RAMs but could even be wrong DRAM voltages set in BIOS.

What you need to do:
1. Set everything in stock from within your BIOS. NO overclock, k?
2. Reinstall XP. If errors out again, increase DRAM voltage incremently. Wash and repeat Windows XP installation until your installation does not give you an error.
3. Eventually, your XP installation would go without a problem.

Why? Well, during an OS reinstallation, more of the OS processes are cached into memory other than drive (you know when your into BLUE window GUI) during your reinstall. The only time you access your drive is when you actually are on the Windows welcome screen when you set up everything initially.

Confusing but you can get it!
so there isn't enough voltage for my memory?!
    
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+1 this. However, I think you have a memory problem. ..... not necessarily faulty RAMs but could even be wrong DRAM voltages set in BIOS.

What you need to do:
1. Set everything in stock from within your BIOS. NO overclock, k?
2. Reinstall XP. If errors out again, increase DRAM voltage incremently. Wash and repeat Windows XP installation until your installation does not give you an error.
3. Eventually, your XP installation would go without a problem.

Why? Well, during an OS reinstallation, more of the OS processes are cached into memory other than drive (you know when your into BLUE window GUI) during your reinstall. The only time you access your drive is when you actually are on the Windows welcome screen when you set up everything initially.

Confusing but you can get it!
The error happens everytime almost exactly at the "driver for device install bar" move more than half
    
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IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

is a windows error referring to a Memory problem!

Three thing have happened here:
1. you upgraded hardware: me thinks you upgraded or changed your RAMs
2. memory stick going bad.
3. RAMs in bios is not set to SPECs as stated by company who made RAMs. Fix it by setting to factory specs and dram voltage.
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IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

is a windows error referring to a Memory problem!

Three thing have happened here:
1. you upgraded hardware: me thinks you upgraded or changed your RAMs
2. memory stick going bad.
3. RAMs in bios is not set to SPECs as stated by company who made RAMs. Fix it by setting to factory specs and dram voltage.
well I purely install a fresh windows now, ram in bios suppose using the latest ram information I guess?
    
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Another guess:

Is your memory (per stick) single-sided (picky on motherboard) or double-sided chips (what you want/ what most of us want .... plays around nicely with most mobo manufacturers)?
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+1 increase the ram voltage, not all boards will gill the correct amount on default.
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Another guess:

Is your memory (per stick) single-sided (picky on motherboard) or double-sided chips (what you want/ what most of us want .... plays around nicely with most mobo manufacturers)?
just normal ddr2 667 ram
here:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ADATA-4GB-2x2GB-...-/390278066726
exactly this one
    
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