DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL Windows XP
by XAkitAX - 8/18/06 10:03 PM
I recently upgraded my computer and i keep getting automatic restarts. I get a blue screen that says:
I copied the page and it says:
Check to make sure new hardware/software is installed properly. If its a new installation, check for updates.
If it continues, remove new hardware/software, disable bios memory actions such as caching or shadowing.
Then there is tech info, which I didn't copy.
Then it ends with: Beginning dump of physical memory.
Physical memory dump complete.
Contact system administrator.
My system consists of:
EVGA nForce4 SLI microATK mainboard
EVGA 7600 GT KO 256 MB PCIe
AMD Athlon 64 3700+ San Diego core
1 GB of Mushkin Ram PC 3200
WD 120 gb hardrive (its not SATA so i have it connected on CD Rom line as master)
When I installed my new hardware, I didn't reformat my drive. I already did the virtual memory trick from another discussion, but I just got another restart.
Hope all my info helps! Thanks in advance.