Irql_not_less_or_equal

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by Max, Feb 12, 2009.

  1. Max

    Max Senior Member

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    HI,

    I always get this BSOD error and I'm very tired of this.

    In the event viewer, I got this information:

    (critical error) The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first. This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly.

    I also found take a picture of my Kernel memory, is it normal ?

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    Thanks for answer (I wanted to make a search, but LESS and OR are parameters of the search engine and it doesn't work
     
  2. BlackWolf

    BlackWolf New Member

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    kernel memory seems to be fine.
    please provide us more information, for example when it occurs and how often. also the BSOD should give you a .sys-file related to it
     
  3. Max

    Max Senior Member

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    I'm using a tecra A9 laptop
    Graphic card is x3100
    2 Go of ram
    core 2 duo
    Kaspersky anti-virus

    The BSOD is random, sometimes is when i am playing a game, an other time it was on internet.

    I try to install an old 64 BIT X3100 vista driver, it doesn't work.
    Disable sound driver doesn't work
    Memory test OK
    CHKDSK /F OK

    I havn't reinstall my internet driver, because one time I wasn't using it

    Non .sys file, just irql__not_less_or_equal and a lot of anoying code (BSOD too fast to write it all)

    Non dump file on c/:windows

    It got a BSOD about 15-30 minutes when computer on.

    Thanks for help !
     
  4. GomJabbar

    GomJabbar Senior Member

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    I have seen this error before in XP. Generally it is caused by a buggy driver. In my case it was caused by Nero INCD packet writing software for CD's. IIRC, the error means that the driver or application tried to get privilege that the operating system would not allow. Some people report that bad memory can cause this problem. You could run memtest to rule that out.

    Here is a link I pulled up on the error.
    Microsoft Corporation
     
  5. reghakr

    reghakr Excellent Member

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  6. Armenian

    Armenian New Member

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    Hi there, I had same problem BLUE annoying screen every 30 sec to 10 min... lots of wards in it,, on my laptop after few days of strugling I have sat back and started to think what new programs I ve installed that would of cuz this problem ,,
    realised that nothing new programs I have installed , the only thing I have added is A PASSWORD WHEN I LOG IN,I HAVE REMOVED PASSWORD IT WORKS PERFECTLY,I HOPE THIS WILL SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM,
     

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