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Old 02-24-2007
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Stop Error 0X000000E3
I'm getting a BSOD Stop error 0x000000E3
(0x85F0BEE8,0x8428CD78,0x8485DD20,0x00000003) every time I try to use the
DVD/RW (LiteOn model #SHW-1635S04C, manufacture date of Oct. 2005) in read
mode only. It writes to DVDs fine but, will not play them. The newly made
DVDs will play great on my TV DVD player. I also can not get the MS Flight
Sim X DVD to install. I get the BSOD in the first 10 seconds the DVD is
accessed. The entire PC is new (I built it and installed OEM Vista Ultimate)
and everything else seems to work OK. I think it's the IDE windows driver
(ver. 6.0.6000.16386) but, not sure. I've changed DVD drives, 40 and 80 wire
cables, primary and secondary IDE slots and updated the two video card
drivers. , all to no avail. Someone, anyone, PLEASE HELP!!

System Specs:

AMD Athlon64 FX-57_ Processor

ASUS A8N-SLI Premium_ MotherBoard

XFX GeForce 7800GT (2ea in SLI Config.)_Video Cards

Corsair TWINX2048RE-3200 EEC_ RAM

WD 36 & 74Gig 10K Rapter_ Hard Drives

Apevia 500Watt_ PSU

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Old 02-25-2007
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RE: Stop Error 0X000000E3
I have tried the same DVD/RW drive on a different PC with XP for the OS and
the drive works fine, so it's not a drive problem. I was also thinking of
installing a externial USB/1394 DVD Drive and try it that way, bypassing the
IDE drivers all together.

What do you think? Anybody??



"HawkHunter" wrote:

> I'm getting a BSOD Stop error 0x000000E3
> (0x85F0BEE8,0x8428CD78,0x8485DD20,0x00000003) every time I try to use the
> DVD/RW (LiteOn model #SHW-1635S04C, manufacture date of Oct. 2005) in read
> mode only. It writes to DVDs fine but, will not play them. The newly made
> DVDs will play great on my TV DVD player. I also can not get the MS Flight
> Sim X DVD to install. I get the BSOD in the first 10 seconds the DVD is
> accessed. The entire PC is new (I built it and installed OEM Vista Ultimate)
> and everything else seems to work OK. I think it's the IDE windows driver
> (ver. 6.0.6000.16386) but, not sure. I've changed DVD drives, 40 and 80 wire
> cables, primary and secondary IDE slots and updated the two video card
> drivers. , all to no avail. Someone, anyone, PLEASE HELP!!
>
> System Specs:
>
> AMD Athlon64 FX-57_ Processor
>
> ASUS A8N-SLI Premium_ MotherBoard
>
> XFX GeForce 7800GT (2ea in SLI Config.)_Video Cards
>
> Corsair TWINX2048RE-3200 EEC_ RAM
>
> WD 36 & 74Gig 10K Rapter_ Hard Drives
>
> Apevia 500Watt_ PSU
>

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Old 02-25-2007
Lilo Lentz
 

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Re: Stop Error 0X000000E3
I have 2 different external drives attached and they work ust fine.
Didn't have to install any drivers for any of them.

One is a Lite-On DVD/CD RW SHW-1635SU the other a 160GB HDD Iomega DHD160-U
storage drive.

"HawkHunter" <HawkHunter@discussions.microsoft.com> skrev i meddelelsen
news:BC8DBB15-A3A5-42B6-8622-A775697EFD3A@microsoft.com...
>I have tried the same DVD/RW drive on a different PC with XP for the OS and
> the drive works fine, so it's not a drive problem. I was also thinking of
> installing a externial USB/1394 DVD Drive and try it that way, bypassing
> the
> IDE drivers all together.
>
> What do you think? Anybody??
>
>
>
> "HawkHunter" wrote:
>
>> I'm getting a BSOD Stop error 0x000000E3
>> (0x85F0BEE8,0x8428CD78,0x8485DD20,0x00000003) every time I try to use the
>> DVD/RW (LiteOn model #SHW-1635S04C, manufacture date of Oct. 2005) in
>> read
>> mode only. It writes to DVDs fine but, will not play them. The newly made
>> DVDs will play great on my TV DVD player. I also can not get the MS
>> Flight
>> Sim X DVD to install. I get the BSOD in the first 10 seconds the DVD is
>> accessed. The entire PC is new (I built it and installed OEM Vista
>> Ultimate)
>> and everything else seems to work OK. I think it's the IDE windows driver
>> (ver. 6.0.6000.16386) but, not sure. I've changed DVD drives, 40 and 80
>> wire
>> cables, primary and secondary IDE slots and updated the two video card
>> drivers. , all to no avail. Someone, anyone, PLEASE HELP!!
>>
>> System Specs:
>>
>> AMD Athlon64 FX-57_ Processor
>>
>> ASUS A8N-SLI Premium_ MotherBoard
>>
>> XFX GeForce 7800GT (2ea in SLI Config.)_Video Cards
>>
>> Corsair TWINX2048RE-3200 EEC_ RAM
>>
>> WD 36 & 74Gig 10K Rapter_ Hard Drives
>>
>> Apevia 500Watt_ PSU
>>


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Old 02-25-2007
Jim Bruton
 

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Re: Stop Error 0X000000E3
I had a very similar problem with BSOD's and my DVD drive. I was using
BitDefender AV 10+ (supposedly compatible with Vista) as my Anti-Virus
utility. It was the culprit. Once I uninstalled it, everything works OK.
Since then I've moved to using Kaspersky. So far so good. As a suggestion,
you may want to disable your anti-virus program and check.


"HawkHunter" <HawkHunter@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:BC8DBB15-A3A5-42B6-8622-A775697EFD3A@microsoft.com...
>I have tried the same DVD/RW drive on a different PC with XP for the OS and
> the drive works fine, so it's not a drive problem. I was also thinking of
> installing a externial USB/1394 DVD Drive and try it that way, bypassing
> the
> IDE drivers all together.
>
> What do you think? Anybody??
>
>
>
> "HawkHunter" wrote:
>
>> I'm getting a BSOD Stop error 0x000000E3
>> (0x85F0BEE8,0x8428CD78,0x8485DD20,0x00000003) every time I try to use the
>> DVD/RW (LiteOn model #SHW-1635S04C, manufacture date of Oct. 2005) in
>> read
>> mode only. It writes to DVDs fine but, will not play them. The newly made
>> DVDs will play great on my TV DVD player. I also can not get the MS
>> Flight
>> Sim X DVD to install. I get the BSOD in the first 10 seconds the DVD is
>> accessed. The entire PC is new (I built it and installed OEM Vista
>> Ultimate)
>> and everything else seems to work OK. I think it's the IDE windows driver
>> (ver. 6.0.6000.16386) but, not sure. I've changed DVD drives, 40 and 80
>> wire
>> cables, primary and secondary IDE slots and updated the two video card
>> drivers. , all to no avail. Someone, anyone, PLEASE HELP!!
>>
>> System Specs:
>>
>> AMD Athlon64 FX-57_ Processor
>>
>> ASUS A8N-SLI Premium_ MotherBoard
>>
>> XFX GeForce 7800GT (2ea in SLI Config.)_Video Cards
>>
>> Corsair TWINX2048RE-3200 EEC_ RAM
>>
>> WD 36 & 74Gig 10K Rapter_ Hard Drives
>>
>> Apevia 500Watt_ PSU
>>


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Old 02-25-2007
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Re: Stop Error 0X000000E3
Thanks for the info Jim.
I had my anti-virus software off and still get the BSOD when trying to play
a DVD. Looks like I'll have to spend the cash and get a USB/1394 external DVD
drive.



"Jim Bruton" wrote:

> I had a very similar problem with BSOD's and my DVD drive. I was using
> BitDefender AV 10+ (supposedly compatible with Vista) as my Anti-Virus
> utility. It was the culprit. Once I uninstalled it, everything works OK.
> Since then I've moved to using Kaspersky. So far so good. As a suggestion,
> you may want to disable your anti-virus program and check.
>
>
> "HawkHunter" <HawkHunter@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:BC8DBB15-A3A5-42B6-8622-A775697EFD3A@microsoft.com...
> >I have tried the same DVD/RW drive on a different PC with XP for the OS and
> > the drive works fine, so it's not a drive problem. I was also thinking of
> > installing a externial USB/1394 DVD Drive and try it that way, bypassing
> > the
> > IDE drivers all together.
> >
> > What do you think? Anybody??
> >
> >
> >
> > "HawkHunter" wrote:
> >
> >> I'm getting a BSOD Stop error 0x000000E3
> >> (0x85F0BEE8,0x8428CD78,0x8485DD20,0x00000003) every time I try to use the
> >> DVD/RW (LiteOn model #SHW-1635S04C, manufacture date of Oct. 2005) in
> >> read
> >> mode only. It writes to DVDs fine but, will not play them. The newly made
> >> DVDs will play great on my TV DVD player. I also can not get the MS
> >> Flight
> >> Sim X DVD to install. I get the BSOD in the first 10 seconds the DVD is
> >> accessed. The entire PC is new (I built it and installed OEM Vista
> >> Ultimate)
> >> and everything else seems to work OK. I think it's the IDE windows driver
> >> (ver. 6.0.6000.16386) but, not sure. I've changed DVD drives, 40 and 80
> >> wire
> >> cables, primary and secondary IDE slots and updated the two video card
> >> drivers. , all to no avail. Someone, anyone, PLEASE HELP!!
> >>
> >> System Specs:
> >>
> >> AMD Athlon64 FX-57_ Processor
> >>
> >> ASUS A8N-SLI Premium_ MotherBoard
> >>
> >> XFX GeForce 7800GT (2ea in SLI Config.)_Video Cards
> >>
> >> Corsair TWINX2048RE-3200 EEC_ RAM
> >>
> >> WD 36 & 74Gig 10K Rapter_ Hard Drives
> >>
> >> Apevia 500Watt_ PSU
> >>

>
>

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