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BSOD: Driver IRQL Not Less or Equal

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Untold Prophecy, Oct 11, 2009.

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  1. Untold Prophecy

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    I've been getting this BSOD when I render songs in FL Studio. The other programs open are Pidgin, Google Chrome and iTunes, but it only happened when iTunes was started up. Not sure if this is a software or hardware problem.

    The additional information on the bottom of the BSOD is:

    Stop: 0x000000D1 (0x0000000C, 0x00000002, 0x00000000, 0xBGFB4E52)

    Mpfp.sys - Address BGFB4E52 base at B6FAB000, Datestamp 44de3cac

    Help please?
     
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    Look in C:\Windows\Minidump for crash dump logs with names like minixxxxxx-xx.dmp. Attach 4-5 recent ones here as a ZIP or RAR file. We can run a debug utility on them to hopefully find the cause of your crashes.
     
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    Mpfp.sys is McAfee. The audio interface I'm using is a firewire interface. Aparently McAfee was blocking it's connection. I'm going to try getting rid of McAfee, and running something else instead, like Zone Alarm's firewall. I'll also post the other stuff, but give me some time to look this up.
     
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    There's nothing in the Minidump folder.
     
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    This time I recieved a similar BSOD with avg as the culprit on the bottom. I honestly don't know what's wrong. I didn't write down the code... I feel stupid for that.
     
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    We need to configure your PC so it created minidump files to aid in troubleshooting the cause of your BSODs. Go to Startup and Recovery (right click My Computer, Properties, Advanced tab, Startup and recovery settings) and configure settings per the attachment below. That will cause crash logs to be created in the Minidump folder when BSODs occur.
     

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    My computer is already configured like that.
     
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    Bumping this since the problem persists.

    Bump two.

    Anyone?
     
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