Posted 05 December 2005 - 06:51 PM
On a Dell Inspiron 8200 laptop, I have experienced repeated BSOD crashes when plugging in or removing USB devices, for example a flash drive (2.0) and an external hard drive (also 2.0). The laptop has only 2 USB ports, both 1.1, but the latest crash occurred using an add-in PC card with 2 USB 2.0 ports.
There are several USB devices connected to the laptop at any given time (via USB hub), including a wireless mouse receiver, external display, printer and keyboard.
The message says NO MORE IRP STACK LOCATIONS, and performs a memory dump, followed by a reboot.
The system runs Windows XP Pro SP2, Office 2003, SystemSuite 5, ZoneAlarm and CounterSpy.
I have Googled the error message and checked the Dell site (where customer service seems to have taken a long holiday) and come up empty.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!