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#1 Logix69

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Posted 08 December 2010 - 04:44 AM

I have recently purchased a Toshiba C650 with windows 7 and everything was going fine till yestaday when the bsod poped up saying iqrl not equal or less i tryed restoreing back to factory settings though f8 options but with no sucess i cannot log on i have looked this up but cannot find out how to solve the problem could any one help please. http://s1191.photobucket.com/albums/z470/Logixs69/?action=view&current=P1030891.jpg

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Posted 08 December 2010 - 10:38 AM

Your linky no worky.

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Posted 08 December 2010 - 12:22 PM

It looks like you may have a faulty driver ---> stop: 0x01E

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Posted 08 December 2010 - 12:43 PM

This error message can be caused by a hardware failure (memory, processor, or motherboard), or your anti virus, or a Jacee has posted a driver. The drivers that are mentioned by Microsoft are installed through third party software, not Window native drivers.

The first thing I would try to boot into Safe Mode. Use the F8 key to get to the Advanced Boot Options, use the up and down arrows to navigate to Safe Mode and press enter. If you can boot into Safe Mode try doing a System Restore.

Go to Start> All Programs> Accessories> System Tools> System Restore.

Click on System Restore and then click on Next for the two following pages.

On the page titled Choose a Restore Point click on a date prior to your current problem and then click on Next. To see earlier restore points click on Show Other Restore Points.

On the following page you will have the option to view the programs and drivers that will be deleted. To go to the next page click on close and then Next.

On the following page click on Finish. You will then be prompted to confirm that you want to start the System Restore by clicking of Yes. This will immediately restart your computer to finish the System Restore.

After the computer has restarted click on Close.

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Posted 08 December 2010 - 01:21 PM

the link works if its copy and pasted as when posting it says that i was unable to use this link. i have tried booting in safe mode, doing a restore point and going as far as reinstalling windows which i thought was working then when it was tring to install the network card after the restart it would just crash and reboot, i can log in if i am lucky but not for even a minute before it crashes shop said they might be able to sort it out for £60 but i think thats a bit steep. windows is installed on on C: with a backup copy on a partioned D: i was wondering if formating and starting from scratch would work but i dont have a copy of windows 7 as it came pre installed.

this is the other message i get My link

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