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DFI NF4 SLI DR skt 939 + vista???

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Hey guys,

 

I have a DFI NF4 SLI DR skt 939 mobo and when I was running win xp sp2 all was fine...

 

Since upgrading to vista, I keep getting the BSOD appear error = IRQ memory less than or equal to error...

 

I did not install the mobo drivers, I still have the CD, as win vista found them automatically, was this qrong of me??

 

Please help me resolve this

 

thanks in advance...

 

cheers...

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I know its a driver error, can someone point me in the right direction of vista x86 version chipset drivers for my mobo plsssssssssssssssssssss

 

thanks in advance

 

cheers

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You're probably missing the proper sound codecs which vista is very picky of, di d you notice this only happens with WMP is on or when you're on a flash site with sound?

 

Google

 

6213_Vista_APO

 

and download that zip those are the new AC97 betas for vista.

 

Try those.

 

Cheers.

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its intermittent....first started when I tried to play back films on VLC player and then just every now and then I get that same IRQ less than error.....

 

I will try both sets of suggested drivers...

 

Otherwise am I correct to assume vista installs the remaining drivers for you?

 

Should I use driver cleaner? or simply just update the drivers?

 

Please let me know

 

thank you so much guys Im very grateful

 

Cheers

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The IRQ memory less than or equal to error means that something has gone VERY wrong with a driver. The chances of this happening with an up to date, properly installed driver from a reputable source are very slim.

 

Its much more likely to be a hardware error causing the driver to crash. Try running at stock speeds and see if this fixes the problem.

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i can confirm i am running at stock speeds and am still recieving the error...

 

i'd like clarification on the following two points if possible:

 

Otherwise am I correct to assume vista installs the remaining drivers for you?

 

Should I use driver cleaner? or simply just update the drivers?

 

Im assuming if I download the two driver packs from the listed links above then I will be fine? is that right?

 

pls pls let me know

 

thanks in advance...

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