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Old 02-15-2005, 03:38 PM   #1
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Alright within the last month I bought the parts and put together my first computer. she ran nice and smooth for awhile. Then I got the blue screen of death. It started coming once a day, and I just saw nothing by it since I could restart and she'd run fine for the rest of the day. So I ignored it for a couple weeks, and now my computer can barely start up. When it does start up, I can go 5 minutes before I get the blue screen that says something like this:

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A problem has been detected and windows has been shtudown to prevent damage to your computer.

PFN_LIST_CORRUPT

(or more commonly 'IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL')

Check to make sure any new hardware or software is properally installed. Check with the manufacturer/company to see if there are any windows updates needed.

If problems continue then disable/remove the newly installed hardware or software. Disable BIOS memory options such as caching or shadowing. (tells me to use safe mode if neeed)

Techincal Information:

***STOP: 0x000004E (0x00000002, 0x03FFFFF7, 0x0003FFEF, 0x0004294)

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My system specs are as follows:

Windows Home XP
AMD 64 3500+ (not overclocked)
1 gb DDR ram
37.6 gb SATA WD hardrive 10,000 rpm
80.0 gb Seagate 7,200 rpm hardrive
256 mb x800 pro
Gigabyte K8NS-XP 939 Mobo
Audigy 2 Soundcard

- My CPU's average temp is about 12 degrees celsius
-I havn't disabled the BIOS features caching and shadowing because I don't know how.
-I can use safe mode
-Sometimes after my computer gets the blue screen, it doesn't let me boot unless I run safemode, then restart in normal mode.

Please email me, post here, or catch me on aim if you can help me.

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Old 02-15-2005, 03:48 PM   #2
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Default Re: Blue Screen of Death constantly

One thing it could be is your drivers. Try reinstalling all of your drivers.
Code:
IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
that means that the kernal or a driver is trying to access a memory address and either can't find it or has no access to it.

If you want more info as to how to fix it, google the errors you got. I would suggest only going to the microsoft website. As it has a lot of troubleshooting info. I would suggest searching for "
PFN_LIST_CORRUPT" on Microsofts site.
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i had the same exact problems..i fixed it by updating the bios, and stopped overclocking the cpu. no problems now
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I did something wrong while in safe mode, and when I booted in normal mode it won't let me connect to the internet.
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hold down f8 before the xp logo starts up and select, last good config
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The last good config option seemed to have worked. Now to put it to the test, playing CS:S or HL2 and see if I get the screen again. If that happens then will try what you others mentioned. Thanks a lot for the help. It is very much appreciated.
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Sorry but i have to say this...YOUR AVERAGE IS 12c??? dammmm


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If it doesn't fix it (and even if it does) put in your XP CD during BOOT and BOOT from the CD. Go into Repair console, and type this:

chkdsk /r
Make sure the space is between the k and the /r part!
Then hit enter and let it go, it will heal the Kernel and Driver sets, and fix XP like new without a format!
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