BSOD STOP: 0x000000D1

January 21, 2010 at 13:31:05
Specs: Windows XP
tech info- STOP: 0x000000D1 (0x89800000,0x00000002,0x00000000,0xB7CBEE44)
cmaudio.sys-address B7CBEE44 base at B7CAE000,Datestamp 3dd89c0b

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#1
January 21, 2010 at 13:57:32
A Google search would have found this:

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January 21, 2010 at 14:51:45
"STOP: 0x000000D1 (0x89800000,0x00000002,0x00000000,0xB7CBEE44)"

STOP: 0x000000D1 is useful to search with.
Usually, at most, only the first string in the brackets is useful to use to search with - the rest of them are usually specific to your computer.

"cmaudio.sys-address B7CBEE44 base at B7CAE000,Datestamp 3dd89c0b"

You may have a problem with cmaudio.sys or something related to it - that's for your C-media sound chipset - e.g. wrong drivers, or corrupted drivers, or improper installation of drivers.

Boot into Safe mode and un-install your sound drivers in Add/Remove Programs.
(Remove any disks in optical drives, Press F8 repeatedly while booting, choose Safe mode or Safe mode with networking when the boot choices menu appears.) Answer yes to the Safe mode question. Go to Control Panel - Add/Remove Programs.)
Boot normally.
When you boot the computer and Windows finds the sound device while booting, DO NOT install any drivers. Cancel that, continue on to the desktop screen.
The proper sound drivers are in the downloads for your brand name system model, or for your mboard model, or on the CD that came with the mboard if you have a generic system, or in the downloads for or on CD for your sound card you have installed in a slot if that's what you're using. Download them, or load them from the CD.

When you boot the computer and Windows finds the sound device while booting, DO NOT install any drivers. Cancel that, continue on to the desktop screen.
Then load the proper drivers for your sound.


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