Blue Screen when CD-ROM is accessed
Whenever I access the CD-ROM drive (by any means, even Autoplay), my system gives me the dredded blue screen and I have no choice but to reset. The only thing I have done recently is I installed a CD-ROM anolog audio cable, which worked for a couple days, but with poor sound quality. Any ideas???
You don't give too much details....
What kind of CD, the way is connected...
be more specific...
I just learned that this only happens with audio CDs, not data CDs. I have tried reinstalling CD Player, that didn't help. This problem happens with and without the new CD audio cable. Details: My CD-ROM is a generic 12x as secondary master.
Try unchecking the DMA box under control panel, system/device manager/CDROM/your CD drive/properties/settings. I had a similar problem that drove me nuts until someone suggested that. It works great now. Good luck.
Looks like a conflict between your sound card and CD. Look in Control Panel and see if all devices are working well and no conflict pops up. Doesn't make sens to happen this just for connecting that cable.
BTW, prior that, how did you listen the audio CDs?
No conflicts...I looked and my DMA was unchecked, i checked it anyway and that did not fix it. Prior to that, i didn't listen to audio CDs. Please note that this problem occurs even without the audio cable attached.
Every time I ever had a blue screen situation I have always been able to solve it by noting the error # and searching the microsoft knowledge base. Some times it is because a setup program typically puts a file into the wrong folder. Check it out.
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