BSOD

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thomsontrang
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Hey guys,
I recently just changed my tp-link wireless pci card for a wireless pci d-link card. Everything was fine when i installed it. The next time i booted it up, it showed the blue screen of death (BSOD) and it just keeps restarting. I tried running in safe mod with and w/o networking and it still won't let me in. On the BSOD it said, driver_irql_not_less_or_equal with NDIS.SYS.

Any help guys?

Thanks in advance.

Thomson.

Tivon
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Try the options "last known good..." Once you get into the system try using config.sys to expand ndis.sy_ into system32/drivers. You didn't say what windows version your have? Are you up to date?

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thomsontrang
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I've got windows 7. My computer is only 2 months old. Yes, it's up to date.

thomsontrang
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RESOLVED!
I just recently placed the original windows 7 cd in and ran a system restore back to when you install the driver for the D-Link Rangebooster N 650 (DWA-547). It is this specific pci wireless adapter causing the bsod. Next you have to reinstall the driver, then go onto the site and find the update for it. The latest version for the driver is v8.0.0.162. All you have to do is go onto 'device manager' and double click on the driver. Click the update button. Find the file you downloaded and update it. Should be very quick. Now update your windows 7. Install all updates. Restart your computer and it should be fine.

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im getting a bsod with traktor pro running i want to know weather there is a tool that i can check if all my drivers are correct, because i have read that that is probably the problem and i dont want to have to reinstall all of them

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just run in safe mode ( not networking or command ) and then system restore it to when it was working !

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Tivon
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Aye, but the problem is RESOLVED...

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Umm, Tivon, I think Gamingsince1997 is responding to Freekman, not thomsontrang, as Freekman gets a BSOD, too, but I'm not sure if he's getting driver_irql_not_less_or_equal, but maybe not. Or maybe it is; I can't be sure, though.

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Tivon
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Ahh.. I see now. Any updates on this?

tatter0035
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Try using Anti-Crash, it intercepts systems crashes and lets you recover from them till you figure out your problems.

http://www.dachshundsoftware.com/anticrash/index.html

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tatter0035 wrote:http://www.dachshundsoftware.com/anticrash/index.html
Never heard of it, and it's only available for XP and older..