"STOP" error (was Re: save dump)

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Interesting because I receive the same error (with some different memory addresses though, of course):

It happens in No One Lives Forever 2 (NOLF2) in the same level ("Prisoner Bin") where I'm in the large arena-like room (with a circular-enclosed entry point). The sound turns all crackly after a minute or so, and then I'll get a blue-screen "STOP" error soon thereafter (but not all the time--sometimes it'll occur after I quit NOLF2, but the sound is still crackly). No other game exhibits this problem, but I do get crackly sound (though not exactly the same--more like a reverb effect) in Pirates of the Caribbean but it has no way to change the sound provider (DirectSound 3D, EAX, Miles Fast Positional Audio, etc). Reducing audio acceleration has no effect either.

The error, specifically, is:

STOP: 0x0000001E (0xC0000005, 0x804CD1E6, 0x00000000, 0x00000024)
KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED

Address 804CD1E6 base at 80400000, DataStamp 3df90c0d - ntoskrnl.exe

I have no IRQ conflicts but then everything's thrown into the default shared IRQ9 and I can't change it (even if I force a slot to have a different IRQ). I'm running Win2K SP3 (won't bother with SP4 until I know it's not buggy) with all the latest critical updates installed (last 2 were a couple days ago but I can't remember if this problem happened before them). I suppose I could try uninstalling them and seeing but I wanted to see what help was out there first. I've had SP3 installed for a while so it's not that--or that I recently upgraded my CPU, motherboard, and RAM.

I've also noticed my mouse getting "twitchy" (jumping in small increments every so often at seemingly random intervals--perhaps when hard disk is accessed) but I don't know when it specifically started happening. Perhaps after upgrading video drivers, network card drivers, and/or audio chip drivers.

I just love computers...<blink>

System:
P4/2.4C
DFI PS83-BL motherboard
512MB dual-channel PC3200 DDR RAM
GeForce 3 Ti 200 (Detonator 44.03 drivers)
C-Media CMI9739A audio chip (motherboard-integrated w/latest driver)

Matthew said:
I unchecked the automatically reboot and it finally gave me a blue screen
and this is what it said.

STOP:0x0000001E (0 xC0000005,0x8046B10A,0x00000001,0x00007F28)
KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLES
Address 8046B10A base at 80400000, DateStamp 3d366b8b - ntoskrnl.exe
Beginning dump of physical memory
Physical memory dump complete. Contact your system administrator or
technical support group.

Mike D said:
Reboot in Safe Mode, then:

Control Panel > System > Advanced > Startup and Recovery

Uncheck "Automatically Reboot".
-----Original Message-----
I am running 2000 pro. on my Sony vaio laptop, and the computer keeps
restarting. There is a blue screen and then it restarts. I think the blue
screen says the following which I found in administrative tools, events
viewer - system:
The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x000000d1
(0x00000010, 0x00000010, 0x00000001, 0xbfeb4341). Microsoft Windows 2000
[v15.2195]. A dump was saved in: C:\WINNT\Minidump\Mini082203-01.dmp.

What is causing this and how can I fix this issue? Also, how do I turn the
automatic restart off so I can verify that the above item, is in fact what I
see on the blue screen right before it restarts. Will upgrading to SP4 help?
 
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Steve Goodman

Did you say "crackling"? SBLive? VIA chipset? If so, VIA Hyperion update.

Eep² said:
Interesting because I receive the same error (with some different memory addresses though, of course):

It happens in No One Lives Forever 2 (NOLF2) in the same level ("Prisoner
Bin") where I'm in the large arena-like room (with a circular-enclosed entry
point). The sound turns all crackly after a minute or so, and then I'll get
a blue-screen "STOP" error soon thereafter (but not all the time--sometimes
it'll occur after I quit NOLF2, but the sound is still crackly). No other
game exhibits this problem, but I do get crackly sound (though not exactly
the same--more like a reverb effect) in Pirates of the Caribbean but it has
no way to change the sound provider (DirectSound 3D, EAX, Miles Fast
Positional Audio, etc). Reducing audio acceleration has no effect either.
The error, specifically, is:

STOP: 0x0000001E (0xC0000005, 0x804CD1E6, 0x00000000, 0x00000024)
KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED

Address 804CD1E6 base at 80400000, DataStamp 3df90c0d - ntoskrnl.exe

I have no IRQ conflicts but then everything's thrown into the default
shared IRQ9 and I can't change it (even if I force a slot to have a
different IRQ). I'm running Win2K SP3 (won't bother with SP4 until I know
it's not buggy) with all the latest critical updates installed (last 2 were
a couple days ago but I can't remember if this problem happened before
them). I suppose I could try uninstalling them and seeing but I wanted to
see what help was out there first. I've had SP3 installed for a while so
it's not that--or that I recently upgraded my CPU, motherboard, and RAM.
I've also noticed my mouse getting "twitchy" (jumping in small increments
every so often at seemingly random intervals--perhaps when hard disk is
accessed) but I don't know when it specifically started happening. Perhaps
after upgrading video drivers, network card drivers, and/or audio chip
drivers.
I just love computers...<blink>

System:
P4/2.4C
DFI PS83-BL motherboard
512MB dual-channel PC3200 DDR RAM
GeForce 3 Ti 200 (Detonator 44.03 drivers)
C-Media CMI9739A audio chip (motherboard-integrated w/latest driver)

Matthew said:
I unchecked the automatically reboot and it finally gave me a blue screen
and this is what it said.

STOP:0x0000001E (0 xC0000005,0x8046B10A,0x00000001,0x00007F28)
KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLES
Address 8046B10A base at 80400000, DateStamp 3d366b8b - ntoskrnl.exe
Beginning dump of physical memory
Physical memory dump complete. Contact your system administrator or
technical support group.

Mike D said:
Reboot in Safe Mode, then:

Control Panel > System > Advanced > Startup and Recovery

Uncheck "Automatically Reboot".

-----Original Message-----
I am running 2000 pro. on my Sony vaio laptop, and the computer keeps
restarting. There is a blue screen and then it restarts. I think the blue
screen says the following which I found in administrative tools, events
viewer - system:
The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x000000d1
(0x00000010, 0x00000010, 0x00000001, 0xbfeb4341). Microsoft Windows 2000
[v15.2195]. A dump was saved in: C:\WINNT\Minidump\Mini082203-01.dmp.

What is causing this and how can I fix this issue? Also, how do I turn the
automatic restart off so I can verify that the above item, is in fact what I
see on the blue screen right before it restarts. Will upgrading to
SP4 help?
 
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=?iso-8859-1?Q?Eep=B2?=

C-Media CMI9739A audio chip (motherboard-integrated w/latest driver)

<wishes people would learn to read>

The motherboard has an Intel chipset.

Steve said:
Did you say "crackling"? SBLive? VIA chipset? If so, VIA Hyperion update.

Eep² said:
Interesting because I receive the same error (with some different memory addresses though, of course):

It happens in No One Lives Forever 2 (NOLF2) in the same level ("Prisoner
Bin") where I'm in the large arena-like room (with a circular-enclosed entry
point). The sound turns all crackly after a minute or so, and then I'll get
a blue-screen "STOP" error soon thereafter (but not all the time--sometimes
it'll occur after I quit NOLF2, but the sound is still crackly). No other
game exhibits this problem, but I do get crackly sound (though not exactly
the same--more like a reverb effect) in Pirates of the Caribbean but it has
no way to change the sound provider (DirectSound 3D, EAX, Miles Fast
Positional Audio, etc). Reducing audio acceleration has no effect either.
The error, specifically, is:

STOP: 0x0000001E (0xC0000005, 0x804CD1E6, 0x00000000, 0x00000024)
KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED

Address 804CD1E6 base at 80400000, DataStamp 3df90c0d - ntoskrnl.exe

I have no IRQ conflicts but then everything's thrown into the default
shared IRQ9 and I can't change it (even if I force a slot to have a
different IRQ). I'm running Win2K SP3 (won't bother with SP4 until I know
it's not buggy) with all the latest critical updates installed (last 2 were
a couple days ago but I can't remember if this problem happened before
them). I suppose I could try uninstalling them and seeing but I wanted to
see what help was out there first. I've had SP3 installed for a while so
it's not that--or that I recently upgraded my CPU, motherboard, and RAM.
I've also noticed my mouse getting "twitchy" (jumping in small increments
every so often at seemingly random intervals--perhaps when hard disk is
accessed) but I don't know when it specifically started happening. Perhaps
after upgrading video drivers, network card drivers, and/or audio chip
drivers.
I just love computers...<blink>

System:
P4/2.4C
DFI PS83-BL motherboard
512MB dual-channel PC3200 DDR RAM
GeForce 3 Ti 200 (Detonator 44.03 drivers)
C-Media CMI9739A audio chip (motherboard-integrated w/latest driver)

Matthew said:
I unchecked the automatically reboot and it finally gave me a blue screen
and this is what it said.

STOP:0x0000001E (0 xC0000005,0x8046B10A,0x00000001,0x00007F28)
KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLES
Address 8046B10A base at 80400000, DateStamp 3d366b8b - ntoskrnl.exe
Beginning dump of physical memory
Physical memory dump complete. Contact your system administrator or
technical support group.

Reboot in Safe Mode, then:

Control Panel > System > Advanced > Startup and Recovery

Uncheck "Automatically Reboot".

-----Original Message-----
I am running 2000 pro. on my Sony vaio laptop, and the computer keeps
restarting. There is a blue screen and then it restarts. I think the blue
screen says the following which I found in administrative tools, events
viewer - system:
The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x000000d1
(0x00000010, 0x00000010, 0x00000001, 0xbfeb4341). Microsoft Windows 2000
[v15.2195]. A dump was saved in: C:\WINNT\Minidump\Mini082203-01.dmp.

What is causing this and how can I fix this issue? Also, how do I turn the
automatic restart off so I can verify that the above item, is in fact what I
see on the blue screen right before it restarts. Will upgrading to SP4 help?
 
?

=?iso-8859-1?Q?Eep=B2?=

Excuse you? What does any of this have to do with common sense? Anyone with 1/50th of a brain could tell that I didn't have a SoundBlaster Live. What's the big deal, ****munch? Golly. <blink>

Suck filter.
 
Z

Zackman

Eep² said:
<wishes people would learn to read>

Computer illiterate, troll AND a ****ing ingrate.

Best of luck finding someone to help you. If you need any help getting a
boot lodged in your ass all the way up to your esophagus, though, please let
the newsgroup know. I'm sure you'd find several takers.

Get laid at some point in your life, Eep. You might find it does wonders for
your sense of perspective.

-Z-
 
Z

Zackman

Eep² said:
Excuse you? What does any of this have to do with common sense?

You wouldn't know common sense if it sucked you off in an alley behind your
School For the Socially Retarded and Physically Infirm, doglicker.
Anyone with 1/50th of a brain could tell that I didn't have a SoundBlaster
Live.

And anybody with 1/50th of a personality wouldn't tell the one person
actually trying to help you that he should learn to read, tit. Have you ever
interacted with human beings on any level other than via a computer?
What's the big deal, ****munch? Golly. <blink>

Golly, maybe it's because you've been a useless trolling wank for just about
Suck filter.

The killfile: last refuge of the intimidated little girl. At least I won't
have to see another one of your mewling replies, bitch. 0wned.

-Z-
 
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Pluvious

You wouldn't know common sense if it sucked you off in an alley behind your
School For the Socially Retarded and Physically Infirm, doglicker.

Live.

And anybody with 1/50th of a personality wouldn't tell the one person
actually trying to help you that he should learn to read, tit. Have you ever
interacted with human beings on any level other than via a computer?


Golly, maybe it's because you've been a useless trolling wank for just about


The killfile: last refuge of the intimidated little girl. At least I won't
have to see another one of your mewling replies, bitch. 0wned.

-Z-

I've been hoping and waiting for the Zackman/Eep flame war for soo long and now
here it is in all it's glory. Too bad Eep pussed out so soon and 'killfiled'
you. Guess he couldn't stand the spanking.

Good job Z


Pluvious
 
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=?iso-8859-1?Q?Eep=B2?=

And THEN you wake up said:
I've been hoping and waiting for the Zackman/Eep flame war for soo long and now
here it is in all it's glory. Too bad Eep pussed out so soon and 'killfiled'
you. Guess he couldn't stand the spanking.

Good job Z

<chuckle> Spanking? Hardly. Zachman can't even BEGIN to IMAGINE touching me.

Suck filter, too, troll.
 
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=?iso-8859-1?Q?Eep=B2?=

Doh...I mean Tron 2.0, not NOLF2.

Eep² said:
Interesting because I receive the same error (with some different memory addresses though, of course):

It happens in No One Lives Forever 2 (NOLF2) in the same level ("Prisoner Bin") where I'm in the large arena-like room (with a circular-enclosed entry point). The sound turns all crackly after a minute or so, and then I'll get a blue-screen "STOP" error soon thereafter (but not all the time--sometimes it'll occur after I quit NOLF2, but the sound is still crackly). No other game exhibits this problem, but I do get crackly sound (though not exactly the same--more like a reverb effect) in Pirates of the Caribbean but it has no way to change the sound provider (DirectSound 3D, EAX, Miles Fast Positional Audio, etc). Reducing audio acceleration has no effect either.

The error, specifically, is:

STOP: 0x0000001E (0xC0000005, 0x804CD1E6, 0x00000000, 0x00000024)
KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED

Address 804CD1E6 base at 80400000, DataStamp 3df90c0d - ntoskrnl.exe

I have no IRQ conflicts but then everything's thrown into the default shared IRQ9 and I can't change it (even if I force a slot to have a different IRQ). I'm running Win2K SP3 (won't bother with SP4 until I know it's not buggy) with all the latest critical updates installed (last 2 were a couple days ago but I can't remember if this problem happened before them). I suppose I could try uninstalling them and seeing but I wanted to see what help was out there first. I've had SP3 installed for a while so it's not that--or that I recently upgraded my CPU, motherboard, and RAM.

I've also noticed my mouse getting "twitchy" (jumping in small increments every so often at seemingly random intervals--perhaps when hard disk is accessed) but I don't know when it specifically started happening. Perhaps after upgrading video drivers, network card drivers, and/or audio chip drivers.

I just love computers...<blink>

System:
P4/2.4C
DFI PS83-BL motherboard
512MB dual-channel PC3200 DDR RAM
GeForce 3 Ti 200 (Detonator 44.03 drivers)
C-Media CMI9739A audio chip (motherboard-integrated w/latest driver)

Matthew said:
I unchecked the automatically reboot and it finally gave me a blue screen
and this is what it said.

STOP:0x0000001E (0 xC0000005,0x8046B10A,0x00000001,0x00007F28)
KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLES
Address 8046B10A base at 80400000, DateStamp 3d366b8b - ntoskrnl.exe
Beginning dump of physical memory
Physical memory dump complete. Contact your system administrator or
technical support group.

Mike D said:
Reboot in Safe Mode, then:

Control Panel > System > Advanced > Startup and Recovery

Uncheck "Automatically Reboot".

-----Original Message-----
I am running 2000 pro. on my Sony vaio laptop, and the computer keeps
restarting. There is a blue screen and then it restarts. I think the blue
screen says the following which I found in administrative tools, events
viewer - system:
The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x000000d1
(0x00000010, 0x00000010, 0x00000001, 0xbfeb4341). Microsoft Windows 2000
[v15.2195]. A dump was saved in: C:\WINNT\Minidump\Mini082203-01.dmp.

What is causing this and how can I fix this issue? Also, how do I turn the
automatic restart off so I can verify that the above item, is in fact what I
see on the blue screen right before it restarts. Will upgrading to SP4 help?
 
Z

Zackman

Eep² said:
Of course--and if they act like idiots in real life, I'll
tell them too!

I'm sure you do, every time you encounter other human beings in real-world
situations. Which is to say never.
Fortunately, most people know their place when
they can't hide behind a computer. Do you, champ? <snicker>

Know my place? My place is right here. Any time you want to come visit, let
me know. Champ.
And THEN you wake up, snatch. I simply tire of
dealing with you. <shrug>

Tired after one exchange? I hope you don't give up this easily in all
aspects of your life, Eep. Though it would certainly explain a lot.

You know, you *might* have been able to convincingly feign disinterest in my
post if you hadn't replied to it. Good thing you killfiled Pluvious too so
you can go back to hiding behind your couch, shaking with impotent rage and
bowel-loosening fear.
<chuckle> Spanking? Hardly.

Says the guy asking for help in NOLF2 when he actually means Tron 2.0. You
seem to be better at spanking yourself, which is no surprise given the
amount of hand-lotion-assisted experience you no doubt have with same.

No wonder you're having so much trouble with this complee-kated com-poo-tar
thing if you can't even remember what game you're playing, ****tard. Then
again, this is coming from a guy who thinks changing the Followup-To header
in his posts is actually going to fool anyone.
Zachman can't even BEGIN to IMAGINE touching me.

Believe me, Eap, I don't want to so much as IMAGINE touching you. Your
disturbing fantasies to the contrary notwithstanding.

-Z-
 
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Guest


In case anyone misses it.

"Um, first of all your can't even GET a prostitute to do anything until
after awhile, all the while your money drains about $1/second."

Talking from experience Eep? Why the hell anyone would want to killfile
you is beyond me. Your sheer incompetence has a human being and debater
is comedy gold.

Let me save you the effort. Suck filter, troll. I even changed the
follow up for you. To one more fitting for your personality.
 
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=?iso-8859-1?Q?Eep=B2?=

Um, moron, that was in reference to Grand Theft Auto 3.

Context--learn it.

Yer filtered.
 
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Guest

Eep² said:
Um, moron, that was in reference to Grand Theft Auto 3.

Context--learn it.

Oh, I know what you were talking about. It was still funny. Speaking of
learning context, when are you going to understand it. I mean you did
claim that TVs factor into prices of consoles even though most people
own one beforehand. Or hey, how about understanding when someone
mentions Stevie Nicks as a female Stevie. Or understanding tachometers
measure RPMs, not acceleration.
Yer filtered.

<yawn>

And don't change newsgroups. Others may want to read the conversation.
 

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