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Windows 7: Nonstop BSOD Driver IRQL No less or equal even in safety mode

13 Feb 2011   #1
swashu

Windows 7 edition familiale premium , OS version 6_1_7600
 
 
Nonstop BSOD Driver IRQL No less or equal even in safety mode

Hi ,
I really need your help. I don't know much about computers.

I have a Bluescreen nonstop on my laptop with windows 7, It keeps restarting because of the crash and I have little time to write down the codes.
It crashes whether it's in normal mode or safety mode and sometimes even before putting in the password to go on si I can't do much.
I can't access the file with all the crash data because it crashes before I get there.
Although twice i was able to log on and it stayed stable long enough for me to write down the error codes. (a couple of minutes).

I have a toshiba laptop SATELLITE C650-144 , that hasn't been used much, with Windows 7 Home premium.
Day before yesterday a windows update was automatically installed so maybe it has something to do with that.
My laptop is in french so i'm translating some stuff.

The information I could write down is :

Driver_IRQL_N0_LESS_OR_EQUAL

Bluescreen
Version du systeme : 6.1.7600.2.0.768.3

BCCode d1
BCP1 0000000077B80FE0
BCP2 000000000000 2 (i'm not sure of the number of zeros but the last digit is 2)
BCP3 not sure of number of zeros but only zeros on this line
BCP4 FFFFF88001304EF1
OS Version 6_1_7600
Service pack 0_0

"Fichiers aidant à décrire le problème" = files that help describing the problem

C\Windows\minidump\021311-24694-01.dmp

users\administrators\Appdata\Local\temp\wer-60403-0.sysdata.xml

Another time BCP4 was different : FFFFF880010DC533

The only particular thing I can think of is that I have a VPN installed to acces a remote computer and that I accepted a windows update recently.

I have been using my computer with VPN for the last 2 weeks without any problems.

Can you suggest any solutions or advice? Also I'll ask someone who knows more about computers than I do so he can follow whatever suggestions you give.

Thanks alot for your help !


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13 Feb 2011   #2
yowanvista

Windows 10 Pro x64, Arch Linux
 
 

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