BSOD: a theory based on observation -- not much more.


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jim

from observation, it seems that the times that i get a BSOD ("irq not less
than or equal") with the older hardware i have on early morning startup is
when the house temperature has dropped to, and is about, 56 to 60 degrees
and the hardware of the computer is cold. When that happens a power drain
and restart does not fail to start normally (or has not so far). Is there
anything to the idea of cold hardware not working properly?

jim
 
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BillW50

from observation, it seems that the times that i get a BSOD ("irq not less
than or equal") with the older hardware i have on early morning startup is
when the house temperature has dropped to, and is about, 56 to 60 degrees
and the hardware of the computer is cold. When that happens a power drain
and restart does not fail to start normally (or has not so far). Is there
anything to the idea of cold hardware not working properly?

Hi Jim... I don't know if this is hard for you to do, but I would do
this the night before.

http://www.reviversoft.com/blog/2012/09/irql-not-less-or-equal/

If you are uncomfortable about making these kinds of changes to your
computer, let us know.
 

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