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Old 08-14-2009, 03:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok,

First time building a computer, honestly, I haven't had to many issues, except for some annoying, but fairly harmless compatibility issues with XP 64.

Anyways... everything pretty much went without a hitch.

Everytime I threw a data disc in the optical drive (havent tried any blue rays yet), it worked fine no problems.

So I go to burn a standard blank CD for a friend.... put in the disc, and about 5 seconds later I get a BSOD.

The BSOD comes back with an error that says

DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
Stop:0x000000d1 (parameter 1, parameter 2, parameter 3, parameter 4)
SCSIPORT.SYS

This error is the same everytime I insert a blank CD and it happens in the same way.

The drivers are up to date, and I've tried removing and reinstalling the culprit drive.

It baffles me...

Anyone encounter this problem with XP64 bit and an LG Multi drive? Or perhaps had a similar problem?

Any ideas would help.

Thanks everyone


Here are the system specs:

OS:

Windows XP Professional x64 Service Pack 2

System Summary

Manufacturer EVGA
Family
Product Name nForce 750i SLI
Version 1
Serial Number 1
SKU Number
Machine Type AT/AT COMPATIBLE
Infrared (IR) Supported No
DMI System UUID 00000000-00000000-08070605-04030201
UUID 00000000-0000-0000-0807-060504030201

Disk Space Disk C: 126 GB Available, 149 GB Total, 126 GB Free
Disk E: 247 GB Available, 298 GB Total, 247 GB Free
Disk F: 298 GB Available, 298 GB Total, 298 GB Free

Physical Memory 4095 MB Total, 3089 MB Free
Memory Load 24%

Virtual Memory 5893 MB Total, 4982 MB Free

PageFile Name \??\C:\pagefile.sys
PageFile Size 2046 MB
In use 180 MB
Max used 201 MB

Minimum File Cache Size 2 MBytes
Maximum File Cache Size 3831 MBytes

Registry Size 4 MB (current), 2048 MB (maximum)

Profile GUID {ff2979c0-74e3-11de-bae4-806e6f6e6963}

The system clock interval 15 ms

Optical Drive:

LG
SATA HL-DT-ST BDDVDRW CH08LS10 SCSI CdRom Device

If more info is required I'd be more then happy to offer it
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Default Re: BSOD due to optical drive

Seems there's a problem with SCSIPORT.SYS

Take a look at this You may receive a Stop error in the Scsiport.sys file during SCSI miniport initialization on a computer that is running Windows
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I guess it's worth trying eh?

I've requested the hotfix but apparently the link is invalid (looks like the server is down).

I'll keep you posted on how it goes once I've actually patched my system.

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Hey Nubbleet,

The didn't have a hotfix for XP Pro x64. It's only for the IA-64 and the x86 versions of xp or server.

So it doesnt seem to want to let me install the hotfix.

Any other ideas?
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STOP 0x000000D1 or DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

This is one of the most common Stop errors. The error typically occurs when a driver tries to access an improper memory address. Check for unsigned drivers, and be especially suspicious of recently installed or updated antivirus programs, disk utilities, and backup programs, which may install a faulty file-system filter driver.
For more information see Knowledge Base articles 810093, 316208, 317216, and 810980, Windows Vista Inside Out - Redirect, Windows Vista Inside Out - Redirect, Windows Vista Inside Out - Redirect, and Windows Vista Inside Out - Redirect.
Here's what the error means.
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Here's what the error means.
Hmmm...

Driver signing with XP64 is always a problem...

I use avast! for antivirus but only after AVG didn't work. I don't use a backup program because I run a mirror raid...

Disc utilities there aren't many but I suppose that could be also be a problem...

I'd hate to think I'd have to go through reinstalling windows again...
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