stop error 0xD1

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Flicker

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Hi.

My computer has recently shut down and given me stop error 0xD1 - DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL and i don't know what to do about it.

I googled 0xD1 and i'm not sure what to do...it seems to be a driver problem of some sort...RAID driver, i'm not sure what it said.

My system has given me several different errors before, but now it consistantly gives me this stop screen.

If anyone knows what i could do, or finds a link that will help, please let me know.

Your time and assistance is appreciated greatly.
 
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What you running for PC / OS
any changing done lately (software/hardware)
Did you try (F8) into safe mode?
What kind of errors were you getting before?
 

~Candy~

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Will the computer still boot completely to the desktop? If not, have you tried last good known configuration?
 

Flicker

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i am running a p4 3.0 prescott, with an asus MB (which was/is the cause of my errors...it has onboard ati9200 chip and another ati chip, which were overheating...i have a floor fan on them now, i'm going to have to have it replaced if i hope to run it case-closed)

i'm using windows XP, and yes, everything boots fine. it just shut down a couple times (overheating still perhaps) and gave me that error. but as long as the fan is on it, there are usually no problems, except that this one has appeared twice now.
 

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Well, I certainly wouldn't keep running it if you KNOW it's overheating.
 
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