I use the latest version of Nero to burn CDs.
Last week my computer started rebooting about halfway through a burn (using a Liteon LTR-52246S). This only happened twice on about ten burns so I really didn't worry about it too much.
Yesterday I bought a Liteon SOHW-812s to replace my CDRW (not related to my burning problems). I lost two DVDs as my computer still rebooted when burning. Not wanting to waste any more CDs/DVDs, I burned as a simulation...computer still restarted during simulations.
I thought this may be a Windows problem so I rolled back a "fresh" Ghost image. Same thing. I put both of my hard drives on the primary IDE channel and placed my burner on the secondary (alone). Still rebooting.
This is what shows during the blue screen:
*** STOP: 0x000000C2 (0x00000099, 0xE1EFC008, 0x00000000, 0x00000000) BAD_POOL_CALLER
Beginning dump of physical memory.
I'm running Win2k SP4 on an Abit KT7e, 900mhz and 512MB, latest VIA 4in1 drivers.
Does anyone have a solution for this? I was thinking that since this happened with two different burners and a fresh Windows installation this may be a hardware issue. Please help.
Just the fax, ma'am.