Benq 1620 DVD Burner problem - help?!!

Discussion in 'Computers' started by Doug Craig, Jan 4, 2005.

  1. Doug Craig

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    I just purchased and installed a Benq 1620 DVD/Dual Layer recording drive, into an older IBM intellistation (500mhz pentium, 500Mb ram)
    The computer recognizes the drive, will read CDroms fine..but every time I put in a pre-recorded DVD I get the blue screen of death with the message "Unexpected Kernel Mode Trap," with the code 0X0000007F , which I looked up and have been told is an indicator of a ram or bios problem.

    The drive is set up as a slave, with the CDrom holding the master position (jumpers on the back).

    Anyone have any ideas at all how I can chase down a solution to this issue?[​IMG]
     
  2. DaveNel

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    Hello

    Have you tried setting the jumpers on the drives to cable select, This may and may not help.

    Also do a search on the web to see if anyone else is having the same problems you are..
     

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