csdisme Posted September 5, 2005 Share Posted September 5, 2005 I am still in the process of building this computer and for awhile it was giving me fits. I have: DFI Lanparty NF4 SLI-DR AMD 64 4000 1 GB Corsair XMS DDR 400 3200XL BFG 7800 GT 2 WD 160GB SATA in raid CDRW and DVD/RW drives The computer posted on the first try. I attempted to load Windows XP Pro w/ SP2. Everything seemed to working fine. I got to the point were it asked for the 3rd party raid drivers and I inserted the disk and chose the drivers I wanted to install. It installed my choices without a problem and continued installing drivers. To this point it looked like any other Windows installation. Then it came to the part when it says it is going to start to load Windows and I am supposed to press <enter> to continue or <f3> to quit. I chose to continue, the screen went blank for a moment then the BSoD came up with the error: IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL Thinking it was a IRQ conflict I chose to temporarily remove the DVD drive and tried again. Same process exept I got the following error: PFN_LIST_CORRUPT I tried multiple times all with the same results. I finally decided to whittle the computer down to the bare minimums and removed the memory module from slot 4. Everything loaded perfectly. Not a hiccup. When I try and put the module back in slot 4 Windows freezes on boot up. I have attempted to swap the modules out with each to see if I may have a faulty module but they each work in slot 2. It is currently running on a single module in slot 2 and seems to running perfectly. Obviously I would like to use the other one :sigh!: Am I missing something obvious here and just don't see it?? I should point out I have not changed any timings or memory setting in the BIOS, nor have I flashed the BIOS to a newer revision. Any help anyone could provide would be greatly appreciated. I purchased this combo after checking the compatibilty charts to make sure it would work so it must be something I am overlooking. Thanks in advance for your help Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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