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    Blue Screen

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    by boogiesadda ·

    I keep getting this error when playing games.

    Driver_irql_not_less_or_equal

    stop 0x000000D1
    0x00000001
    0x00000028
    0x00000002
    0xf7cdd9a4
    base f7cdc000
    usbohci.sys

    I know nothing about PC’s all i know is it is a p4 2.4ghz
    32 meg on board video
    80 gig hard drive with 10 gig slave
    512 ram
    cd burner
    dvd player

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    • #3230251

      Reply To: Blue Screen

      by w2ktechman ·

      In reply to Blue Screen

      A few questions.
      Is this happening after updating drivers or adding hardware to the system?
      If so, try updating the drivers or reinstalling the hardware. Look for manufacture updates and/or firmware updates
      Is this happening on multiple apps/games, or from 1 game?
      If from multiple games, then I would suggest the first option. If from 1 game, look for patches for the game or incompatibilities with video/sound cards.

    • #3230231

      Reply To: Blue Screen

      by wcp ·

      In reply to Blue Screen

      The file usbohci.sys in the BSOD strongly suggests that something with USB is the cause.

      1. Install all MS critical updates.

      2. Install the latest Service Pack.

      3. Disconnect any USB device. If the problem disappears, uninstall/reinstall the driver. If problem recurs when connected, the device itself may be the cause.

      4. From Device Manager, remove all USB devices and let Windows find them again.

      5. Run SFC /scannow to check and restore any altered Windows files.

    • #3230222

      Reply To: Blue Screen

      by shuja52 ·

      In reply to Blue Screen

      The problem may relats to virtual memory settings, To fix it (quoting http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;810093)

      1. Click Start, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties.
      2. Click the Advanced tab.
      3. Under Performance, click Settings.
      4. Click the Advanced tab.
      5. Under Virtual Memory, click Change.
      6. Click No paging file. Click OK, click OK, and then click OK.
      7. Restart your computer.
      8. Click Start, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties.
      9. Click the Advanced tab.
      10. Under Performance, click Settings.
      11. Click the Advanced tab.
      12. Under Virtual Memory, click Change.
      13. Click System managed sized. Click OK, click OK, and then click OK.
      14. Restart your computer.
      good luck

    • #3230167

      Reply To: Blue Screen

      by kochlica ·

      In reply to Blue Screen

      Try to change your memory module.

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