Good news is that it seems to be a known issue and HP just needs to release the already produced driver set from Emulex that corrects the issue. Gladly, the move is all done and we’ve settled now, so I am back in business Since you mentioned in your PM you really don’t have any BSODs when avoiding IE. Hi it could very well be the RAM in your laptop run a memtest (Google) if that comes back with no problems then try to find a new battery just to not when I’m on Firefox, using Word or doing anything else.

again laptop… and yes i get bsod’s screen freezing distorted audio… When you get an audio loop but no picture it is most likely your video card. My bet is that it’s thermal paste is all dried up and the thing is overheating.

Teedriverx64.sys Bsod

Finally, i decided to run another memory test when I noticed the options. Last if its a Desktop the PSU could be on its way out nickf 12:57 12 Oct 13 I would agree with Woodchip , try removing your Graphics card , solved Memory Management BSOD and FAULTY_ERROR_CORRUPTED_PAGES problem, help please Tom’s Hardware Around the World Tom’s Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to It dont seems good…

I need some recommendations on a… Thanks again for the extensive advice; I’ll post again when I have results. 01-04-2012, 01:19 PM #5 VirGnarus Windows Tech TeamBSOD Kernel Dump Expert Join Date: Jun 2010 WARNING – if the computer might shut down during this procedure, please don’t do it, as this may physically damage the computer and prevent it from booting.Your wireless device is disabled. I’d suggest just turning Driver Verifier off and seeing if that’s the problem (No BSOD’s = No problem!) To turn off verifier, just open it up and select “Delete existing settings”,

Feel free (after updating the drivers) to disable the device again (if so desired).2 out of the 4 memory dumps that I ran (the most recent one’s) point to I/O errors Teedriverx64.sys Intel Corporation Driver_irql_not_less_or_equal All rights reserved. Then this weekend, things really got worse. Continued If anyone absolutely needs this I can open my PC and let you know.System Manufacturer – AlienwareExact model number (if laptop, check label on bottom) – Alienware Andromeda R5 (Alienware X51)Laptop

Is ram the problem or the motherboard? Thank you to everyone who responds. For instance, we changed a native VLAN one day – it blue screened. I apologize for the long post, just very frustrated and don’t know what to do anymore.

Teedriverx64.sys Intel Corporation Driver_irql_not_less_or_equal

I have tried updating the drivers directly from the Nvidia site as hitting the update drivers doesn’t work. Then I set up Verifier as instructed and rebooted. Teedriverx64.sys Bsod I replaced the mobo with a ASRock Z97 Anniversary, and that’s when the problems began. Intel Management Engine Components Hi folks, I found this forum while looking for answers to what seem to be a growing Blue Screen problem Thread Tools Search this Thread 01-01-2012, 01:33 PM #1

I guess the system didn’t have time to create them? damn GPU is integrated and no way to pinpoint the chip to check thermal paste.. If I do not respond to your postings, please PM another staff member for assistance. Related to the Firefox problems? 4) The first dump file was produced by another Bad Pool Caller, this time after rapidly opening and closing Chrome and Picasa several times. 5) The Intel(r) Management Engine Interface

Your cache administrator is webmaster. Is the OS an OEM version (came pre-installed on system) or full retail version (YOU purchased it from retailer)? Do you need more info? Again, if the driver is designed to never expect this for such a call, things can go awry, and most likely will cause a BSOD that will be undetermined and difficult

and no fix ever found.. I will update next week with a status of this next week.-jimP 0 Kudos Reply JimP2 Occasional Visitor Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email The general method to overcome is to simply hit reset which restarts the computer and then its usually fine till the next power up.

Already ran memtest with no errors, leaning towards it being some kind of driver issue.

My video card is not overheating, CCC temperatures are around 35c, and external probe shows 32c (when playing games, it’s adequatly 53c and 49c). We went three days without the Memory Management error. Now I upgraded to Windows 10 and it’s back again. I’ve uninstalled CCC, cleaned registry with driversweeper and reinstalled CCC, and since then i did not encounter this problem anymore.

CPU i7-950 quad-core, 3.07 GHz Video Card NVidia GEForce GT420 MotherBoard Pegatron IPMTB-TK (HP: “Truckee-UL8E”) Power Supply – brand & wattage Don’t know the brand, 420W. Click here to Register a free account now! Memory_management, Irq_less_or_not_equal, PFN_list_corrupt. I wonder if downloading a newer version of I.E. (9?) would solve my problems.It wouldn’t hurt to try updating.

I guess memtest can’t catch everything.. Just no way to prove it yet. There was no dump file from that period. On Win7 resource monitor there are memory page faults caused by CCC.

We were not using the teaming so uninstalling it was not an issue. increasing number of BSODs (tcpip.sys, ntoskrnl.exe) Started by Emanuel , Jan 05 2011 11:23 AM Please log in to reply #1 Emanuel Posted 05 January 2011 – 11:23 AM Emanuel New FWIW, there’s been no crash since the last one on New Year’s Eve. I’ve also been having Memory Management BSODs as well as the occasional NTFS.sys ones, as well as BSODs that don’t list a cause.cpu-AMD FX-6350gpu- Gigabyte GeForce GTX660 OCpsu- Rosewill Capstone 650W-M

I’ve attached a .txt file with info from the MiniDump files, but it seems like the “tcpip.sys” file is the biggest offender and produces the “DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL” error most often. But I think it’s then advisable to only test 4 or 5 3rd party drivers at a time. However, on an interesting side-note to my original problem, I am now 99% confident that the BSODs only appear when I’m on browsing the internet on I.E. Usually this would be a problem on newer PCs if a process is leaking a huge amount of small pool allocations (or legitimately does this), in which each allocation would have

We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. You can get memory errors from the video card that are hard to pinpoint.

Increasing Number Of BSoDs