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    Ganni

    The two sections highlighted show a missing file and a firmaware upgrade would help. If you want you can upload the zipped entire dump file as ppl here can run debuggers on it and pin it down much better.

    Ken
    Last edited by zigzag3143; 20 Aug 2009 at 15:05.
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  2. Posts : 8
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       #32

    hi how do i upgrade firmware
    by upgrading bios

    ganni
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  3. Posts : 8
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       #33

    where do i find the dump file
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  4. Posts : 28,845
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       #34

    ganni76 said:
    where do i find the dump file
    Ganni
    \
    Dumps are usually found in C:\windows\minidumps. zip the file and upload it using the attachment icon (shaped like a paperclip) in the reply.

    Ken
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       #35

    Hi ken

    this should be the dump file

    ps. if i upgrade bios i will be ok
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  6. Posts : 28,845
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       #36

    ganni

    Im not even close to being expert at debugging dump files, but I do notice many memory entries in the dump files from the 16th did you change something a few days ago? Have you attempted to fix the two errors I highlighted? Do you have a backup that you can restore from?

    Ken
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  7. Posts : 8
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       #37

    hi ken

    i have just received from ASROCK support and it appears that i need to change a setting when i am finished i will let you know thanks

    ganni
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       #38

    hi ken,

    i actually am working with the same computer which is crashing that is why i have all these files and no i have not yettried to fix the errors highlited.

    and asrock support center told me to configure sppedstep (cpu) from auto to enable but it is still doing the same,
    and how do i upgrade the firmware???

    GANNI
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  9. Posts : 2
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       #39

    tool
    Last edited by JGrimm; 25 Aug 2009 at 14:57.
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  10. Posts : 1,179
       #40

    JGrimm said:
    I was having a very similar issue to this, I've been running Windows XP on my system for stable with the OC's listed in my system specs for almost 2 years now. Then I installed Windows 7 on a separate partition and at first no problems, but within a day I started frequently crashing when online gaming, watching youtube, or just browsing the internet, getting this BSOD with the IRQL error. So I searched around on the internet and found many other people with this issue, but one in particular mentioned that he had a very similar problem which went away as soon as he returned his CPU and memory to stock clocks. So I went into my bios and reset everything to stock clocks and I haven't had a crash since then.(about 2 weeks now)

    So I am sure it has something to do with my memory or CPU OC's, and this makes me very much want to try upping my voltages. Will try this tonight when I get home and report back on the result. Does anyone have any recommendations for what I should up my voltages to on my board with my memory? For ease, these are my specs:

    Intel Q6600 OC'd to 3.2ghz (usually, stock at 2.4ghz)
    OCZ DDR2 1066 4 gigs (stock the board sets it at 816 I think, when CPU is OC'd its at 1066)
    ABit Ip35Pro Mobo.
    plz, start a new thread as to not confuse the issue.... LEACHing a thread is very impolite. (getting this BSOD with the IRQL error) is over 95% of the time DRIVER ERRORS. and OC'd is a no no unless your really good. it causes DRIVER ERRORS. plz ask a mod to move your thread. for proper assistance.
    Thanks
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