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Windows 7: DRIVER_IQRL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL Usbport.sys and ntkrnl.exe

23 Nov 2013   #31
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Dont put the other RAM. As it is with different timings, it is almost sure that it will cause system instability. When you buy new RAM, make it sure that the new stick matches the specs of the existing one.


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23 Nov 2013   #32
surge411

Windows 7 Enterprise x64
 
 

Ok, new bsod, verifier enabled. The driver is Asushwio.sys.it happened when I tried to open the setup from the ASUS Disk that comes with the mobo.
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23 Nov 2013   #33
surge411

Windows 7 Enterprise x64
 
 

Ok, It seems to be the install disc that keeps giving me BSODs when I try to open it. I will never use it again. Also there is no Asushwio.sys in my sys32 folder so yeah. I'm currently installing software as I'm done with drivers! I'll post back soon.
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23 Nov 2013   #34
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It is ASUS driver system driver file, that runs the driver installer disc. May be it will not cause any error if you disable Driver Verifier.
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23 Nov 2013   #35
surge411

Windows 7 Enterprise x64
 
 

Yeah I know but I won't run it for safety. Anyways with driver verifier now I got the same bsod with aswSnx.sys. Ugh! Corrupt drivers everywhere! Just as I thought I had solved everything!
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23 Nov 2013   #36
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Lol

aswSnx is Avast antivirus. It contributes in all types of memory management BSODs, but it is not a BSOD causer everywhere necessarily. The necessary knowledge before deciding about it is that .... does avast cause BSOD there without DV enabled or not.

I think you should use the computer normally for a few hour and see how the new installation (without the mismatch RAM) works.
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23 Nov 2013   #37
surge411

Windows 7 Enterprise x64
 
 

Oh crapulous! I uninstalled avast and installed mse, I actually installed avast before because I wanted to try it out (I had mse before) but it hasn't given me the best experience… perhaps after I can be sure evrything is fixed ill try to install it. Anyways does what you said mean both my ram sticks could be faulty? Ugh that sucks! I am going to run memtest over night with both sticks installed.

EDIT: I didn't understand what DV meant at first lol. Anyways yeah ill play games without it tomorrow and see…
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23 Nov 2013   #38
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DV = Driver Verifier

Dont put both the RAM sticks together, as you know that they are not matching. It will make the system unstable by its own virtue, but memtest may not find it as an error, as it tests for the memory errors, not the compatibility thing.

If you want to run memtest, do it individually on each stick.
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23 Nov 2013   #39
surge411

Windows 7 Enterprise x64
 
 

I actually forgot to install the second stick before starting so I'm running it on one stick right now . Anyways it's done 4 passes so I think it's kinda enough, anyways I thought of running a not so demanding game or benchmarker, or something that would test the four important parts of a computer (RAM, GPU, CPU, HDD) to see if I can reproduce a bsod (no DV) and hopefully analyze the dump. Do you perhaps know something that I can run overnight?
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24 Nov 2013   #40
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Download a big file?
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