Coincidence-maybe. Even though you do not have the computers physically linked together, something does make me wonder...
...none of which conveys anything at all to me, but event viewers on both machines reported shut-down of the True vector Service, which I believe is part of Zone Alarm?
Did you happen to install Zone Alarm on both computers about the same time, or install it from the same file? I would be willing to bet that if you updated it, then the problem would go away. But then again, I am a betting man, and will bet on just about anything
. Just something to look at while waiting for other responses. I wanted to comment on each parameters separatly.
C2 errors are often related to driver issues. Take a look at the link here
. It is from the Microsoft database.
0x00000007 indicates that there is a problem with software range. Here
is a link to this.
0x00000CD4 may mean that you have a RAM problem. Take a look here
. (Note: this link is to a thread from a different board, please wait for confirmation from an admin, before downloading the suggested program mentioned)
0x00000000 is a generic error code. Basically it means that this parameter is not needed to display the problem.
0x82C8BEBO-I could not find any information on this one.
With the wealth of information that error codes gives us, there could be a number of problems. Personally, I would start with updating Zone Alarm, then removing a stick of RAM (if you have 2 or more), and run the computer for a while, to see if it prevents the errors. Just because it works without one of the RAM sticks, does not necessairly mean that you have bad RAM. It could mean that the RAM slot is the problem.
We are all curious like a cat. We wonder, we ask, we learn.
Please post back when a suggestion works, so that others may learn.