BSOD - irq_not_less_or_equal - chdrvr01.sys after update reboot

  1. Posts : 505
    Windows 10 Pro (Mix of Builds) / Linux Mint

    BSOD - irq_not_less_or_equal - chdrvr01.sys after update reboot

    Hello Gang,

    I thought I'd post here to see if we can see what's up.

    Files attached.

    This is my main system, after the last two update cycles, when rebooting I'll get the title BSOD and it will loop.

    I have a CH Products Fighterstick, prop throttle and Pro Pedals.

    So far, what I have done is to simply remove the units on the second reboot, at which time I'll boot, get the recovery screen in which it tells me windows didn't load properly, at which time I'll select to reboot the PC.

    That boot will get be back to my desktop, sans my BT Logitech Dinovo set, if I then unplug and replug in the USB dongle, those load back up - NBD there.

    If I plug in my sticks and pedals at this point, all is well, both HW and SW function. I can shutdown and boot, or restart, this is simply been an issue for a restart called by performing OS updates.

    The driver itself is the CH manager Root Device, used by the programming software for them.

    I figure I just have to remember now to try unplugging them prior to the reboot after a large 10 update to see what occurs, but though someone might like to scratch an itch and look at the dump to see what about it is giving windows a fit when trying to complete updates.

      My Computer

  2. Posts : 505
    Windows 10 Pro (Mix of Builds) / Linux Mint
    Thread Starter

    Just an update (love the pun considering the issue).

    Took the latest cumulative update this evening, and had no issues on reboot.

    So, if the logs see anything, basically I figure I'll just have to do those with that gear unplugged, I'm also going to hit the CH hangar forum as well, though no driver or software update in years, others there may be seeing this as well. I'll mark as solved, but one of the experts can get to it, I'd still be appreciative.
      My Computer


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