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error message blue screen wont stop comign up

By lthomas ·
getting blue error screen after a lil while

that reads (main parts)

DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

Stop: 0x000000D1 (oxof08463b,0x00000002, 0x00000000x0xbae802de)

NDIS.sys Address BAE802DE base at BAE67000, date stamp 41107ec3

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by Toivo Talikka In reply to error message blue screen ...

Have your tried swapping the RAM or the CPU? Or booting the hard drive in a different box?

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by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to error message blue screen ...

How long is a little while?

Looks like a driver error with some hardware involved have you recently patched the system and had the problem ever since?

If you have made any changes undo them and see if you have a stable system {if you can!} Failing that I would be looking at some new driver that has been added and attempt to remove it and replace it with an older version of what you had previously.

If all else fails take the HDD out of that box temporally fit it to another Box and save your data and then do a reinstall of Windows and your software until you start getting a problem. When the problem starts you know what it is you have change and what to avoid next time.

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by dmiles In reply to error message blue screen ...

Network Driver Interface-there is a problem with the NIC driver that may be corrupt,update the NIC card driver or replace the nic if bsod continues

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by Neil Cotton In reply to error message blue screen ...

TRy reinstalling, or updating your NIC driver, if that fails, if it is a PCI card, just, out of curriosity, try it in a different PCI slot.

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by hozcanhan In reply to error message blue screen ...

Remove your network card . Reinstall the system without a network card . Then install a new network card with its own original driver (from its cd or whatever ) . With this new card if you still have the same problem , then don't make the IRQs auto in your BIOS setup . Configure them manually.Reason of crash can be your NIC's IRQ is conflicting with another hardware . If you insist to use the failing network card , remove the card from the system and put in your old card . if problem reoocurs , start over from the beginning .

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by oliver_ricken In reply to error message blue screen ...

HI<
Tow devices or more share the same IRQ. GO to run type in msinfo32 enter hardware resources conflicts/sharing and look which devices share the same IRQ.

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