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BSOD, driver issue or did I kill it?

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Hey all I'm back for a bit of guidance/support for my system. I recently put in 2 250 GB SATA2 hardrives in place of my 2 36 GB raptors. I've been working on this machine since Tuesday night, fighting it with BSOD after BSOD. I going to run x64 as my primary OS since it ran fine previously with the raptors but not I cannot get it working. I thought it was simply a driver issue in x64 but I have run into the same problems when trying to install XP x86. I recieved a BSOD during the install while it was "installing devices"

 

This is the message it gave:

 

 

IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

 

STOP: 0x0000000A (0x889bbcd8, 0x00000002, 0x00000001, 0x8051E129)

 

My rig is in my signature. The only difference is the hard drives as I mentioned and the Audigy 2ZS is gone and replaced with the standard audio on the SLI-DR.

 

Also I should mention I tried running Prime95 last night and it froze up (the program not the computer) and I had to manually kill the process. Also 3Dmark was not working either. It ran for about 5 seconds and crashed.

 

I'm worried that I may have fried something when I was changing out the components. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

 

TIA

 

Steve

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Sorry it is on stock speeds. Shoulda mentioned that earlier. Everything was reset to BIOS defaults, reflashed the BIOS too.

Memtest next, please.

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lets manually select test #5 and try to pass at least 10 passes. Test #5 and #8 are the hardest for the memory

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OK i will do that over night. I just got this error too while the machine was just idling

 

nSvclp.exe has encoutnered a problem and needs to close...blah blah....I had a feeling it was maybe the network driver/device.

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