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Inspirion N4010 error 0F00:1332 Msg: DISK - Block 88175976: Interupt Request (IRQ)

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I installed the magic jack since this time no other sound device is working except skypke and the magic jac


What it sounds like is a very rare (these days) occurance of an IRQ conflict. This is called an Interupt Request. An interrupt request is a service in the operating system which dedicates resources to devices. Obviously, Magic Jack has swiped an IRQ for itself (which is probably in conflict with your sound device). This kind of thing was very common in Windows 98, but XP and above pretty much fixed IRQ conflicts...however, they can occur if a device is a real resource hog.
There is a fix for this problem.

First of all, if you have XP, go into Accessories, System Tools, System Information.Click on the Hardware Resources. Then, Click on IRQ. Note the IRQ being used my Magic Jack and the IRQ being used by the sound device. Write down the IRQ number for each. I am betting both devices are on the same IRQ. Note, in XP, you will have IRQ 0 thru 23. Do NOT disturb IRQ's 0 thru 10! Leave these alone. Now, take note and see if there is an IRQ that is SKIPPED. Or there is an IRQ that is FREE (not being used). Write this down.

Now what you want to do, is you want to re-assign your sound device to a different IRQ. In order to do this, see this article:

http://www.helpwithpcs.com/upgrading/cha...

After resetting the IRQ's involved, reboot the computer for the changes to take effect. If the IRQ's you set do not result in a conflict resolution, try a different IRQ. It may take a couple of two or three times, before the operating system accepts your choices.

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Hi, I have a problem with my Acer Aspire 5732Z laptop. Upon boot up, I get a blue screen saying there is an error with my computer, and the following file name appears: DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL Not...


It seems you have an IRQ conflict. You install a driver and it wants to use an IRQ which is already assigned to a different device. That's why you can start in safe mode because the drivers for your added devices are not loaded.

The computing phrase "interrupt request" (or IRQ) is used to refer to either the act of interrupting the bus lines used to signal an interrupt, or the interrupt input lines on a Programmable Interrupt Controller (PIC). The interrupt request level (IRQL) is the priority of an interrupt request.

In computing, an IRQ conflict is a once common hardware error, received when two devices were trying to use the same interrupt request (or IRQ) to signal an interrupt to the Programmable Interrupt Controller (PIC).

The PIC expects interrupt requests from only one device per line, thus more than one device sending IRQ signals along the same line will generally cause an IRQ conflict that can freeze a computer.

To view your current IRQ assignments you can open Device Manager. Click on START, click on CONTROL PANEL. Click on Performance and Maintenance. Click on System. Click on the Hardware tab. Click the DEVICE MANAGER button. Once you have Device Manager open, select VIEW from the tool-bar menu, and then click Resources by Type. Double click on Interrupt Request (IRQ). If you are experiencing problems with a newly installed/configured piece of hardware and the drivers are installed correctly, then check to see if it has its own IRQ channel.

To change an IRQ setting follow these steps:
-Right click on the device in the list (see above), and then select properties.
-Click the Resources tab.
-Remove the tick from the Use automatic settings option.
-Select a non-conflicting configuration from the pull down box.
-Click OK.

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My motheboard is missing the audio drivers and I get no sound. I have downloaded the drivers from the hp site and it still wont work. I neeed help plz. I have a hp pavilion a6177c desktop running vista....


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IRQ's (Interrupt Request) LinesIRQ's are hotlines to the main computer (CPU) that allow devices connected to the computer to signal the CPU that they need immediate attention. If you're a Batman fan, think of IRQ's as the Batphone - getting his attention immediately. 
Not all devices require IRQ lines, which is good news because in modern (post IBM XT) computers, we only have 16 of them. Of those, 3 are already dedicated to the main system board itself - the system timer, keyboard, and memory parity error signal. That leaves only 13 for all the other devices connected to your computer. This is why IRQ conflicts are probably the #1 problem faced by computer users when they add hardware to their computer.  


 

Its a general rule for ISA-type systems (the standard computer architecture used in most IBM compatible systems) that IRQ lines CANNOT by shared with multiple devices except under special circumstances. For this reason, a good understanding of what IRQ's are assigned to what devices is essential in avoiding conflicts. The table below is a general outline for standard IRQ assignments.IRQ DEVICE USED in AT, 386, 486, and Pentium Computers
0 System Timer
1 Keyboard Controller
2 Tied to IRQs 8-15
3 COM 2
4 COM 1
5 LPT2 or Sound Card
6 Floppy Diskette Controller
7 LPT 1
8 Real Time Clock
9 Substitutes for IRQ 2
10 Not Assigned
11 Not Assigned
12 PS/2 Mouse Port
13 NPU (Numerical Processing Unit)
14 Primary Hard Disk Controller
15 Secondary Hard Disk Controller


Depending on the computer's configuration, add-in devices such as SCSI controllers, sound cards, modems, cd-roms, etc. will want an IRQ line that is already used by another device, and thus we have what is commonly referred to as an IRQ Conflict. 

The most common IRQ conflicts seem to be between two COM ports, generally a mouse and modem conflict that ends up freezing the mouse whenever the modem is activated. The table below explains each IRQ and the most common devices each may use.

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