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Tons of Stop error problems

by Raktus / January 20, 2006 3:47 AM PST

Okay, my computer got hit by a power surge sometime back...

Replaced the memory and the motherboard

Video card is still the same old one

The Boot sector of the old Hard Drive became corrupted, installed a second one to boot off of, and can still access the old one after the new one boots.

My system layout is:

Main Circuit Board:

Board: PCCHIPS M957G 3.0
Bus Clock: 800 megahertz
BIOS: American Megatrends Inc. 080010 04/13/2005

Procesor:

2.80 gigahertz Intel Pentium 4
16 kilobyte primary memory cache
1024 kilobyte secondary memory cache

Drives:

160.00 Gigabytes Usable Hard Drive Capacity
144.91 Gigabytes Hard Drive Free Space

AOPEN COM5232/AAH PRO [CD-ROM drive]
3.5" format removeable media [Floppy drive]

HDS72258 0VLSA80 SCSI Disk Device (79.99 GB) -- drive 1
WDC WD800BB-00JHC0 [Hard drive] (80.03 GB) -- drive 0, s/n WD-WMAM98610039, rev 05.01C05, SMART Status: Healthy

Memory Modules:

1024 Megabytes Installed Memory

Local Drive Volumes:

d: (NTFS on drive 1) 79.98 GB 65.48 GB free
e: (NTFS on drive 0) 80.02 GB 79.43 GB free

Controllers:

Standard floppy disk controller
Primary IDE Channel [Controller]
Secondary IDE Channel [Controller]
VIA Bus Master IDE Controller

Display:

RADEON 9200 SERIES [Display adapter]
RADEON 9200 SERIES - Secondary [Display adapter]
Gateway EV910 [Monitor] (17.7"vis, October 2001)

Bus Adapters

VIA SATA RAID Controller
VIA Rev 5 or later USB Universal Host Controller (4x)
VIA USB Enhanced Host Controller


I get these Stop Errors:

IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL - TCPIP.SYS
BAD_POOL_HEADER
PFN_LIST_CORRUPT
IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA


I suspect the video card was burnt out and is suffering problems this is cuasing this, anyone with another idea?

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Add this one to the error list
by Raktus / January 20, 2006 4:57 AM PST

Stop 0x50 in Win32k.sys

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by Raktus / January 20, 2006 1:20 PM PST

ehem

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Possible Fix?
by Falcon978 / January 20, 2006 1:35 PM PST

The IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL - TCPIP.SYS error you experienced is most likely a cumulative error. When your system does not normally boot up, it is ALWAYS best to unplug ANY internet connection you have. The portion of this error "TCPIP.SYS" is directly related to internet access. ATI video cards try to gain internet access as soon as you turn on your computer. You normally see a VERY quick message that shows your video card name when you start your system?

Second, the ATI video card taking a dump on you is not uncommon. Recently, my ATI video card died. The drivers on these cards are VERY buggy to any type of changes to your system.

Did you recently install any new programs such as ZoneAlarm, or a new Anti Virus program?

Does your current motherboard have a VGA connection? If it does, then disconnect the monitor from the ATI card and connect it to the motherboard. If you can go into Windows, then delete ALL ATI stuff. After you have done that, then restart your system. Then go to WWW.ATI.COM and download the most current drivers. Install them and go from there.

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Ive done that alot
by Raktus / January 20, 2006 8:52 PM PST
In reply to: Possible Fix?

but still get them

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Done again
by Raktus / January 21, 2006 8:23 AM PST
In reply to: Ive done that alot

Still bad

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