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Blue Error Screen


uthmanmike

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I just got a new Dell Inspiron 6000

After I installed EMC 8, eveytime I insert a CD or DVD i get a blue screen error with this

 

IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

 

 

Technical INFO

***STOP: 0X0000000A (0X00000018, 0X0000002, 0X00000000, 0X804F3256)

 

So I uninstalled it and the problem went away. HMMMMM

Any words of advice other that taking it back.

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I have been receiving the same error message occassionally. I cant figure why it is occuring. I had sent a dump file to patrick some time ago who sent the file to the software developers. I really thought it was Roxio 8, because it did not occur until I had installed the Roxio 8. It did not occur in any previous Roxio version I had. I though maybe the 8.05 update fixed this problem, but it didn't. Maybe it is something else in my system?

According to Microsoft is a problem with the address of a driver of a third party driver. Additional details can be obtained by reading this link: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?...kb;en-us;293077

I don't have and drag to disk software. I even removed the drag to disk from roxio, thinking it was my problem, but I still occasionnally have the problem.

For now, There is little I can do. If I ever find a solution, I would be glad to share it.

 

Jeff

 

Dell Dimension 8400, P4, 3.4 GHz w/ HT

Windows XP W/ SP2

1024 RAM

2 Hard Drives 80 gig each

X800 XL ATI Radeon (PCI Express) Graphic

Direct X 9.0C

Creative SoundBlaster 24 bit

Samsung CD-R/RW SW-252S (R954)

Phillips DVD+-RW DVD8631 (R GD30)

Intel 537EP v9x DF PCI Modem

E173FP Dell 17 inch Flat screen monitor

HP 5510V Printer

Mouse

Keyboard

Adaptec VideoOh! Media Center USB 2.0 (AVC2310)

Motorola Surf Modem (Cable Modem)

Broadcom NetXxtreme 57xx Gigabit Network Controller

Norton Internet Security 2005

WinRAR V 3.51

X-Cleaner Spyware/Adware Detector & Remover

Registry Mechanic Version 5

Roxio Media Creator 8.05

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I just got a new Dell Inspiron 6000

After I installed EMC 8, eveytime I insert a CD or DVD i get a blue screen error with this

 

IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

Technical INFO

***STOP: 0X0000000A (0X00000018, 0X0000002, 0X00000000, 0X804F3256)

 

So I uninstalled it and the problem went away. HMMMMM

Any words of advice other that taking it back.

If your Dell was like the one I got my wife 2 months ago, it has Sonic DLA installed on it and, if you installed EMC's Drag to Disc, that's the problem. In fact, I'd remove Sonic completely if it were mine since EMC does much more than the Sonic included with your Dell.

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I have been receiving the same error message occassionally. I cant figure why it is occuring. I had sent a dump file to patrick some time ago who sent the file to the software developers. I really thought it was Roxio 8, because it did not occur until I had installed the Roxio 8. It did not occur in any previous Roxio version I had. I though maybe the 8.05 update fixed this problem, but it didn't. Maybe it is something else in my system?

According to Microsoft is a problem with the address of a driver of a third party driver. Additional details can be obtained by reading this link: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?...kb;en-us;293077

I don't have and drag to disk software. I even removed the drag to disk from roxio, thinking it was my problem, but I still occasionnally have the problem.

For now, There is little I can do. If I ever find a solution, I would be glad to share it.

 

Jeff

 

Dell Dimension 8400, P4, 3.4 GHz w/ HT

Windows XP W/ SP2

1024 RAM

2 Hard Drives 80 gig each

X800 XL ATI Radeon (PCI Express) Graphic

Direct X 9.0C

Creative SoundBlaster 24 bit

Samsung CD-R/RW SW-252S (R954)

Phillips DVD+-RW DVD8631 (R GD30)

Intel 537EP v9x DF PCI Modem

E173FP Dell 17 inch Flat screen monitor

HP 5510V Printer

Mouse

Keyboard

Adaptec VideoOh! Media Center USB 2.0 (AVC2310)

Motorola Surf Modem (Cable Modem)

Broadcom NetXxtreme 57xx Gigabit Network Controller

Norton Internet Security 2005

WinRAR V 3.51

X-Cleaner Spyware/Adware Detector & Remover

Registry Mechanic Version 5

Roxio Media Creator 8.05

I can only say Good Luck.

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I am getting the same error message also on a DELL - did you ever find a solution. Like you I uninstalled and the problem disappeared - reinstalled and back it came. It only happens sometimes always on shutdown and it doesn't seem to matter if I have opened Roxio or not. I have had it when all I have done is check my mail!! Any help gratefully received!!

 

FloJo :)

 

quote name='jmcoleman01' date='Jan 11 2006, 06:19 PM' post='3082']

I have been receiving the same error message occassionally. I cant figure why it is occuring. I had sent a dump file to patrick some time ago who sent the file to the software developers. I really thought it was Roxio 8, because it did not occur until I had installed the Roxio 8. It did not occur in any previous Roxio version I had. I though maybe the 8.05 update fixed this problem, but it didn't. Maybe it is something else in my system?

According to Microsoft is a problem with the address of a driver of a third party driver. Additional details can be obtained by reading this link: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?...kb;en-us;293077

I don't have and drag to disk software. I even removed the drag to disk from roxio, thinking it was my problem, but I still occasionnally have the problem.

For now, There is little I can do. If I ever find a solution, I would be glad to share it.

 

Jeff

 

Dell Dimension 8400, P4, 3.4 GHz w/ HT

Windows XP W/ SP2

1024 RAM

2 Hard Drives 80 gig each

X800 XL ATI Radeon (PCI Express) Graphic

Direct X 9.0C

Creative SoundBlaster 24 bit

Samsung CD-R/RW SW-252S (R954)

Phillips DVD+-RW DVD8631 (R GD30)

Intel 537EP v9x DF PCI Modem

E173FP Dell 17 inch Flat screen monitor

HP 5510V Printer

Mouse

Keyboard

Adaptec VideoOh! Media Center USB 2.0 (AVC2310)

Motorola Surf Modem (Cable Modem)

Broadcom NetXxtreme 57xx Gigabit Network Controller

Norton Internet Security 2005

WinRAR V 3.51

X-Cleaner Spyware/Adware Detector & Remover

Registry Mechanic Version 5

Roxio Media Creator 8.05

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