Pentium 133 mghz, 16 mgb ram, Nec 4x CD
1.2 gig HD, 28.8 modem
System crash when CD drive door is closed after inserting
Problem is intermittent - most notable when CD is inserted
after program already running. i.e., if I am using programming
language and want to look up info on CD help files.
message from system when it crahses:
"32 bit device driver has corrupted critical system memory
resulting in an exception 0E at 0028:C0231948 in VxDVMM (0D)+ 00001948
This was called from 0028:C0FD6EF6 in VxDCDFS (04)+ 00000046"
Is this a hardware crash of the virtual memory manager?
Or is it software?
When the CD is inserted the led does light up and then Kaboom!
It doesn't happen very often when I load a CD before starting
associated software, but it has happened in these circumstances too.
What could there be about pushing the button to close the door that
initiates a crash like this?
Thanks in advance,