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    could be anything, as i said. how are your system temperatures and voltages? if you can, install MBM5 and set it to log every 30 seonds - if you're getting major voltage drops or high temperatures that can cause STOP errors

    and if you have ZoneAlarm installed, try removing it in favour of somehting else, ZA can cause horrible XP instability

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    I just ran 3dmark on loop, and I came back to the very same blue screen. This, rightly or wrongly, to me suggests that it is one of two problems:

    1. A gfx issue

    2. A heat issue.

    These seem the most logical. I will post a log of MBM temps once I have done it when I come back from work tonight. Although I have had to select my mobo as FN45, even thoug it is actually FN41, because it is not on MBM's list for whatever reason. I am sure it is a similar board, and this shouldnt really make any difference.

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    Are you overclocking at all?

    IRQ_N.L.O.E.T. is a common error when pushing too far.

    Reduce your clock if it is and see if the blue screens keep ocurring.

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    I'm not OC'in at all.

    I have been running 3DMark on Loop since lunchtime, and have now come home from work to another blue screen. This time, however, preceding the top line, is DRIVER_IRQ_LESS (etc)

    And in addition at the bottom, the specifics are: usbport.sys.

    This seems strange?

    Also, I have now got MBM5, but I cannot seem to get the log to work. I have enabled Interval log which, as opposed to syslog, I am presuming is the correct one. I have set it to 100 entries, at an interval of 5 seconds a piece, to be saved as a text file - but the text file, when inspected, is completely blank?

    Cheers.

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    Do you have any high speed USB devices?
    If not, you could try setting it to USB1 in the BIOS rather than USB1&2 or USB2.

    MBM5 should have a HIGH/LOW page - If you are using the PC at the time then it will show you the results.

    Does it ever happen when not using graphic intensive apps? Just normal 2D programs?
    It may be the GFX card increasing the case temp to an unaceptable level... Have you tried running it with the sides/top off. With additional fans poking in?
    Just to see if it is heat or not...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Fizz
    Do you have any high speed USB devices?
    If not, you could try setting it to USB1 in the BIOS rather than USB1&2 or USB2.

    MBM5 should have a HIGH/LOW page - If you are using the PC at the time then it will show you the results.

    Does it ever happen when not using graphic intensive apps? Just normal 2D programs?
    It may be the GFX card increasing the case temp to an unaceptable level... Have you tried running it with the sides/top off. With additional fans poking in?
    Just to see if it is heat or not...
    This is what I am trying to work out. Which is why I need to gte the Log in MBM5 working; otherwsie, I cannot see the temps during, say, 3DMark. I only have a USB Modem that is plugged in. Sometimes, I plug my digital camera through the USB but this is always disconnected when not in use. I will try the chnage in the BIOS thought, thanks for that.

    In reference to your first question, It only happens in graphically intensive apps, not at ANY other time. I might try PC mark too however, and see what happens with that.

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    Back at my home PC now...

    In the MBM5 High/Low page - Click on Settings.
    There is an option to write the High/Low log at a selected interval there.

    My interval log is not enabled but I have a readout of my stats for the last 6 months.
    It's class to see new heatsinks, new CPU's, new PSU's, change of case cooling etc.

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    unplug the usb modem for a bit.

    it's not a green alcatel speedtouch is it?

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    Thanks Guys.

    Directhex: My modem is a Fujitsu FDX10

    Captain Fizz: Thanks for that, I have set it up, and now it just awaits testing, cheers.

    Ill keep ya posted.

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    OK, My temps are fine, reaching 53 degress before it crashes, but my idle temps arent far off that either.

    I am very sure it is a driver problem now; for, in the latest blue screen, it told me to run driver verifier, and if that fails, try enabling special pool. It is there, therefore, in bacl and white, the the problem here is a driver issue.

    And I need to work my way through this now..........

    Any tips/help would be greatly appreciated.

    http://support.microsoft.com/default...NoWebContent=1

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    I just ran verifier.exe, and the folowing list of unsigned drivers came up:

    gwausb.sys - USB ADSL Driver
    npdriver.sys - Norton Protection Driver
    pxhelp20.sys - PX Engine Device Driver for Windows 2000?XP
    symlcbrd.sys - <unknown)

    ???????

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    pxhelp20.sys = Prassi Primo DVD 2 driver
    symlcbrd.sys = ?, possibly symantec related (C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ may contain similar files)

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    I am now getting crashes in windows! But windows error reporting ses its a gfx driver problem, which also corresponds with the symptoms.

    I got the following on a blue screen in addition:

    A Device Driver attempting to corrupt the system has been caught. The faulty driver currently on the Kernel stack must be replaced with a working version.

    What the hall do I do? I am on the latest drivers...... arghhhhhhhhhhhh!

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    Look at my thread in the help forum. I get exactly the same error message with my Speedtouch 330 USB modem, except the .sys file affected is 'afd.sys' which has somthing to do with windows sockets. It worked fine for ages then suddenly started going wrong.

    It causes various dips in my connection with many different programs, but I only get the blue screen when using bittornado.

    What happening to you is more or less an exact mirror, it only happens when i'm net connected, sometimes its a blue screen, sometimes it freezes, and if i disconnect, everything returns to normal, but mostly I have to restart, and it just started happening for no reason, no hardware or driver changes. I tried my modem in another machine and its fine, i'm now trying to get my hands on my mates USB modem and trying that in my machine.
    Last edited by yamangman; 28-07-2004 at 10:10 PM.
    To err is human. To really foul things up ... you need a computer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yamangman
    Look at my thread in the help forum. I get exactly the same error message with my Speedtouch 330 USB modem, except the .sys file affected is 'afd.sys' which has somthing to do with windows sockets. It worked fine for ages then suddenly started going wrong.

    It causes various dips in my connection with many different programs, but I only get the blue screen when using bittornado.

    What happening to you is more or less an exact mirror, it only happens when i'm net connected, sometimes its a blue screen, sometimes it freezes, and if i disconnect, everything returns to normal, but mostly I have to restart, and it just started happening for no reason, no hardware or driver changes. I tried my modem in another machine and its fine, i'm now trying to get my hands on my mates USB modem and trying that in my machine.
    Why, though, would windows error reports be saying I have a gfx prob? It gives me this, even though I do not receive one of the error messages they talk of:

    http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=293078

    It is crashing even when I am not connected to the internet also.
    Last edited by The 47th Ronin; 29-07-2004 at 07:41 AM.

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    When you say, it is crashing even when I am not connected to the internet also, what does it do when it 'crashes'? Do you only get the blue screens when your connected? Maybe it isnt so similar, unless it has something to do with plug and play trying to turn off devices on your system to save power.
    To err is human. To really foul things up ... you need a computer.

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