xp pro blue screens with message "driver not less than or equal to

Discussion in 'Windows 64 Bit' started by ahjt65, Sep 4, 2007.

  1. ahjt65

    ahjt65 Guest

    For the past week, my pc, which has been running windows xp professional
    flawlessly for over 5 years, has decided to "blue screen" me every few
    minutes. There is a lot of information put on the screen about the error but
    it is only there for a second so it is very difficult to read. However, It
    does start off by saying that windows has been shut down to protect my
    computer. It there gives an error message, which goes something along the
    line of "Version not less than or equal to..." but I do not know of what. The
    only updates I have done to my computer recently have been from window's
    update.

    Any clues about how this started or, better still, how to stop it, will be
    greatfully received.
     
    ahjt65, Sep 4, 2007
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    John Barnes Guest

    You should try using F8 and going into safe mode to uninstall any drivers
    that you have installed recently.
    Did you try last known good. That doesn't help a driver problem, but does
    other problems.
    You are in the wrong group as this group is for 64-bit systems and you
    obviously are running XP86
     
    John Barnes, Sep 4, 2007
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    Theo Guest

    If you've been running XP Pro for over 5 years, then you
    have stumbled into the wrong forum. This is 64-bit Windows.

    However, to see what your system is telling you press F8
    during boot up and select the option to Not Reboot on
    Errors. This will stop at the BSOD and you can read the
    information.
     
    Theo, Sep 4, 2007
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