From: Marco on 09/11/2002
: Your memory address BSOD is similar to CDROM driver issues. You may have an older version or corrput version of the CDRW driver. Also, I have seen error messages associated with installed burning software. The software installs new driver files to work with your particular CDRW drive and those files can become corrupt, be the wrong version for your OS, or may be unstable in general.
: I would take a look into this issue.
: As far as your reboot problem, installing the update was probably a good idea. If you continue to have the problem, you might consider this issue with boot hardware devices.
: I have seen similar issues with external USB hubs. The computer BIOS is usually set to stop on error and sometimes will not report the error as it may be associated with a hardware device. If you have an external (usually self powered) USB device, you may consider disconnecting it (temporarily for testing) or changing the power setting to use the BUS instead of SELF.
Since the BIOS upgrade I haven't had any power up problems again. So that seems to work just fine. It might have been related to the power usage of my AMD K6-2... but who cares, it just works now!
New modem driver installed, seems to affect the stability of the system in a positive way.
As far as for the USB question: I have no USB devices installed whatsoever.
I have tried to look at the CDROM/CDRW driver problem, but it seems a bit complex to find the right stuff. Furthermore, I haven't used the CDRW lately, so I'll have to find out if burning a CD still gives me trouble. (software = Nero 5. something). I'll report if anything special occurs.
Thanx 4 now,