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IRQ Problems Hi! I'm trying to load an OS to my PC.  Everytime that I restart my computer, the OS begins to load, then I recieve an error code stating: IRQL_MORE_OR_LESS_EQUAL.  I don't know where to go in the BIOS to change this configuration, furthuremore, I don't know what to do at all.  Please someone help me!!!!

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  • mamasmurf04 Apr 14, 2008

    HI! thanks for the help. The computer wouldn't let me go into safe mode or any of the safe mode commands. what I ended up doing was a memory test from a cd, and found out that my RAM was bad. So I got a couple of sticks from school (i'm a network engineering student), and now my pc is running great! But thanks for the help anyway!!



    Brenda

  • mamasmurf04 Apr 14, 2008

    I ended up changing my motherboard too. it was bad

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Ok! try to reboot your computer and press F8 simultaneously until the safe mode command appears.. then go to safe mode and go to system tools and click system restore. follow the steps. thanks!

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