IRQ Problem

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by Fhuising, Mar 16, 2002.

  1. Fhuising

    Fhuising Guest

    I got a problem with an error I get when I shutdown my pc.

    I am running Windows XP on my system and after I used my pc for a while I always get an error screen when I shutdown.

    The Error is:

    "multiple IRQ Complete Requests"

    and it then hangs on the annoying blue screen.

    My system configuration is as follows:

    AMD XP 1600+
    512 MB DDR Ram
    ASUS A7V266 Motherboard
    Maxtor 60 G HDD
    Geforce 2 GTS 64 MB Deluxe
    DVD Drive & Plextor CD-Writer
    Sound Blast Live 5.1
    Network Card

    If any one knows a solution to my problem, feel free to help out!

    Thanx
    Fhuising
     
  2. 1) Did you install and CDR software? There is a notorious problem with EZCD creator and WinXP. If you installed DirectCD, unsintall it and reboot.

    2) Try swapping card slots on your cards. Since you only have a LAN and soundcard, it souldnt take you long to track thi one down, if it isnt caused by software.

    Keep us posted and well get it taken care of. :eek:
     
  3. dejav00

    dejav00 Guest

    Go to Sart, Accessories, System Tools, System Information. In the tree on the left open up "Hardware Resources," and then "IRQs." See which devices are using the same IRQ and move whatever card is sharing with something else...or try going to "Conflicts/Sharing," and see without having to search what devices are being shared. (I really don't know why, but I have my USB controllers, my Graphics Card, my NIC, and my Sound Card with the same IRQ).
     
  4. Fhuising

    Fhuising Guest

    I'll go checking and trying it out. But the weird part is that when I shutdown my pc almost right after I started it up, it doesn't give me the error.

    Thanx For the Replies

    Fhuising
     
  5. Fhuising

    Fhuising Guest

    I currently got another problem with my hdd drive, so I have to get a new one tomorrow, that way I get to install a clean version of Windows XP and this might solve the problems.........

    If it doesn't I'll post another message,

    Fhuising :rolleyes: