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PC Blowup

By Shanghai Sam ·
What is causing this problem and how do I fix it? Using Win 2000 Pro on a peer to peer network with a Dell Demension 700R. The reoccuring problem is: occassionally my screen goes black and displays this message: stop: 0x000000D1 (0xE4434040,0x000000FF,0x0000001,0xBE9C10F0) Driver_IRQL_not_less_or_Equal and I have to manually reboot. Most commonly occurs when transfering files FROM this PC TO a network peer PC, but can happen when doing other normal tasks like running Word 2000. Then when I reboot, I always see the message: \systemroot
system32\drivers\ausbd.sys not found. I'm not sure the 2 messages are related, but would like to solve both if possible. Thank you!

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by dmiles In reply to PC Blowup

This error is caused by the video card driver or if onboard video is being used which may need reinstalling from cd

Try locating the W2K driver from the manufactuers web site,dowmnload and install to see if this will help

If this problem is caused by using onboard video,then it could mean that you amy have to disable the onboard video and use a PCI or AGP video card to correct the problem

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