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I error everytime I run 3d mark

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I am gettin the blue screen error that said somethin about driver IRQ and driver _less or _equal_to.

 

Clocks too high (heat)....

 

Go back to stock on both CPU & GPU... if not, try using windows standard driver

IRQ not less or EQUAL is always one of the above

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Yes I ran all those test exept the 3dmarks wouldnt run. I also started getting crashes entering windows.

 

I disabled my NF4 firewall and stuff started working. Not sure if this is just coincidence.

 

Can anyone tell me if this has been a past problem and If I can fix it somhow?

 

I have windows firewall on now and its not crashing on idle or load.

 

with firewall on i was crashing on windows loading and if not immediately once I ran 3dmark.

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Hi there, try look to System event if there is something in logs. Maybe that help you identify driver or software that crash your system.

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Never load Nvidia firewall or network mgr as been said here many times causes big problems and do not use Ntune. If you have it un install it.

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damn... so that means we cant at all use the hardware firewall that nvidia hyped up? lol what's next? Can't use PureVideo unless you pay extra for it? hahahahaha!

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Never load Nvidia firewall or network mgr as been said here many times causes big problems and do not use Ntune. If you have it un install it.

 

Not true for me, i run v6.70 without ANY problem, also run 6.67 on xp64 without ANY problem.

 

However the Nvidia drivers like a clean windows install, this means:

(Install in this sequence)

XP CD

DX9

Nvidia GPU driver

Nvidia 6.70 drivers

Windows update (SP1, SP2, all patches etc)

Marvel LAN drivers

 

You might want to run an image after this (Acronis true image, or Symantec Ghost)

But when properly installed the Nvidia drivers are ROCK SOLID.

 

However the driver versions on the DFI CD is buggy (RAID disk does not work) and BSOD's all the time.

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I had the same issue - turns out the NB is overheating.

 

Easy fix for you to try (what I did):

 

1) Remove stock thermal pad and replace with AS5 or AS Ceramic for NB.

2) While you're at it, remove that silver ring (the bling bling ring, lol). Less is more here. :)

3) Set your BIOS to run the NB fan at full speed at a lower temp. (Stock is 55*C, but I lowered it to 48*C).

 

See if that helps.

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