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#76
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Right click on "My Computer", choose "Properties"...Under the "Advanced" tab, click "Settings" in the "Startup and Recovery" section. The auto restart settings are located there. :whistling:

Can you disable the Clone DVD Application for a bit? Also disable the sound card. There are errors for both of these in the dump log. (I've got a ways to go in the log, though... :blink: )
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I actually deleted the clove dvd program so it is no longer there. And I have diabled the sound card.
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It's still in the registry and the machine is still trying to load it.... :whistling:

function: CloneDVD2
00687a1c 00598b add [ecx-0x75],bl
00687a1f 43 inc ebx
00687a20 20e9 and cl,ch
00687a22 f4 hlt
00687a23 feff ??? bh
00687a25 ff8d839c0300 dec dword ptr [ebp+0x39c83]
00687a2b 0050e8 add [eax-0x18],dl
00687a2e ce into
00687a2f 6c insb
00687a30 0000 add [eax],al
00687a32 59 pop ecx
00687a33 8b4320 mov eax,[ebx+0x20]
00687a36 e9d7feffff jmp CloneDVD2+0x287912 (00687912)
00687a3b 8d8394000000 lea eax,[ebx+0x94]
00687a41 50 push eax
00687a42 e8b96c0000 call CloneDVD2+0x28e700 (0068e700)
00687a47 59 pop ecx
00687a48 8b4320 mov eax,[ebx+0x20]
00687a4b e9bafeffff jmp CloneDVD2+0x28790a (0068790a)
00687a50 ff7320 push dword ptr [ebx+0x20]
00687a53 e8480f0000 call CloneDVD2+0x2889a0 (006889a0)
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I just deleted before I ran the drwatson
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Ok...let me get further in the log...I'm still looking at yesterday.
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Found this in the last memory dump.

00011000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 CloneDVD2+0x1de401

That and the sound card are the two that are coming up the most. Let's clear the dump file and have it give us a fresh one. Navigate to C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\Dr Watson and double click on drwtsn32.log. Right click in the notepad window and choose "Select All"...Right click again and choose "Delete". Close all open windows.

On the next blue screen error...navigate right to that log and attach it for me.
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I have been having the error, but when I go to the drwtsn32.log, it is still empty
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Navigate to C:\WINDOWS\system32, right click on drwtsn32.exe, and choose "Open". Make sure the checkbox next to "Create crash dump file" is checked.
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The box is checked. Is the drwatson log the same thing as a user.dmp
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No, it isn't, but at this point, I would prefer the drwtsn.log file. :whistling:
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I continue to get the rror but nothing is showing up in the drwatson log
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Navigate to C:\Windows\System32 and double click on the drwtsn32 icon. Are there any errors listed in the box in the window that opens?
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No errors
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What kind of XP cd do your have? OEM or Retail?
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Retail..upgrade
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