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Frequent BSOD......

Discussion in 'QnA (read only)' started by Ankur Gupta, Mar 28, 2006.

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  1. Ankur Gupta

    Ankur Gupta Wandering in time...

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    Well i purchased AMD64 939 pin 3000+ with MSI K8NGM2-IL mobo.
    i also bought kingston DDR400 512 RAM along with 160GB seagate SATA HDD.

    Now the problem tht i am facing is tht BSOD appears when i am dwnlding data at a brisk rate not wen just surfing.
    I think this has sumthin to do with azureus coz wen i am dwnlding torrents the BSOD appears after sum time flagging the error msg"BAD_POOL_HEADER".but i am not too sure tht this has sumthing to do wid azureus.
    And BSOD also appears wen i try to disable my lan after dwnlding the data giving the error msg "DRVR_IRQ_EQUAL_OR_LESS_NOT_FOUND".
    the above error occurs time and again wen i click on disable(after dwnlding huge data maybe arnd 100MB and above and also wen azureus is not running) and without disabling the lan BSOD appears.this has happened quite a number of times.

    thinking it was RAM problem i got it changed but the problem still prevails.
    hope sumone has a solution to it.vv
     
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    Looks like ur networking drivers have become corrupt.
    Reinstall them.
     
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    try to free some irq i hope it works disable irq to vga from bios
     
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    well i have reinstalled the networking drivers but i am not so familiar with the bios options so am not tampering with the irq options and btw they are set to automatic and i wonder wat manual values i shud assign.
    well lets c if reinstalling drivers works or not.
    will report the results in a couple of days after testing.
    thanx for the advice.
     
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