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Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by itsromanorc, Aug 27, 2016.

  1. itsromanorc

    itsromanorc Regular Member

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    I am on windows 10.... i was listening to some music on soundcloud and my laptop just shut down but showed a message....

    "Stopcode: stop code driver_irql_not_less_or_equal"

    its been happening from last week....

    any way i could fix this
     
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    Take a photo of the technical information in the lower part of the screen, and post it here.
     
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    Looking like a driver issue. I would go to the website of the brand that makes your laptop or desktop and get the latest drivers. Most likely sound or video.. You can get them all to be safe. The windows update MS drivers are not always 100% compatible;.. That should fix it.
     
  6. itsromanorc

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    yeah i see one update for my Nvidia Display Driver, will see if i can update that
     
  7. itsromanorc

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    Updated the display driver and It didn't fix the problem.... It's becoming a major issue.

    Any thing else i can try?
     
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    Have you tried restarting the Lappy?
    Remove the display driver, restart the lappy and install it again.
     
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    Most probably a bad driver. Last time I saw such a bsod it was a bad wireless driver. Did you install your OS recently?
     
  11. itsromanorc

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    I had windows 7 before and had this this issue, so what I did was then update to Windows 10 thinking it would solve my problem but It didn't because from last week it started happening again even on the new OS.

    Probably a bad driver but then every driver I click on in device manager says "Driver up to date" however I did update my Nvidia display driver because that had a new version... Still no fix
     
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    It's a common issue regarding eset smart security firewall. If you dont have eset then it's another issue.
     
  13. itsromanorc

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    Don't have eset