BSOD - IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_MORE after changing to std DOCP


  1. Posts : 1
    Windows 10 Pro
       #1

    BSOD - IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_MORE after changing to std DOCP


    Good afternoon.

    I'm not one for posting on forums so please be forgiving if I am not fully clear at first or forget something. Windows version - 20HS Build - 19042.804

    Long story short I updated my bios and realised that for 2 months my RAM had been running at 2133mhz not its rated 3000 MHz, go into bios to set the DOCP standard, done. Computer was working fine for a day but this morning it BSOD'D. I am very particular about drivers and Bios updates so I feel confident everything is up to date.

    I did some reading and did the whole verifier, which resulted in another BSOD - DRIVER VERIFIER DETECTED VIOLATION after the windows logo and spinning circles, never got to login screen.

    I now have a system dump file from the driver verifier but now I need help with the next step, which is, what does it say

    I have (I hope) attatched the zip file to this post. 030721-9250-01.rar

    Once again if someone who wants to help me needs more information etc etc please do let me know and I will get to it.

    Thanks!
      My Computer


  2. Posts : 5,169
    64bit Win 10 Pro ver 21H2
       #2

    Hello Finaussie and welcome to TenForums
    Actually 3000MHz is at the top limit for the AMD processor you have on your system. The specs for the 2600X show memory to use should be
    System Memory Specification Up to 2933MHz
    System Memory Type DDR4


    So running at 2666MHz might be optimum for your system and less of a jump from where you were.

    The dump file shows that Driver Verifier found the Netfilter2.sys driver was not passing the tests.
    FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: 0xc4_2000_VRF_netfilter2!unknown_function
    You should be able to update this from the NetFilter SDK manufacturer website

    If you want further help please provide the full set of logfiles as instructed in the BSOD Posting Instructions.
      My Computers


 

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