Posted 20 March 2008 - 02:19 PM
Once before utilizing InCD caused a "BSOD". I decided to try once again so:
I started InCD thinking it would cause the "blue screen of death." The Desktop went black and then
reappeared with a green color appearing where blue is usually present, although not the desktop
background itself. The DT icons and others throughout the system were either altered or made
"fuzzy" as well. These conditions exist all through the system- dialog windows, files, progress
bars, etc. Obviously, InCD is having a major impact on the system.
Then, when I inserted an InCD formatted CD-RW, the “BSOD” occurred. I made note of the essential information. Here it is:
Stop 0x00000044 (0x84FE9008, 0x00000D63, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)
I have experimented with various modes of inserting the CD. If I insert it without InCD active, there
is no problem. In other words, insert the CD before activating InCD causes no “BSOD.” However,
the “green” problem covered above does when InCD is activated. Despite the corrupted color and
icons, the InCD program does work properly.
I hope this information will be adequate for you to analyze the problem.
I am 81 years "young" and enjoying becoming computer "savvy." Need help from sites like this from time to time. Thanks to the folks who provide the assistance to those of us in need.