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Thread: Mapping over networks fails

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    Default Mapping over networks fails

    While trying to map a bin/cue over the network (locally mapped as X
    made windows XP go black and reboot to occur. I am not sure if this has been reported earlier. If it has i'm sorry for re-posting.

    Windows XP, SP1, 512MB RAM.

    Version of Daemon-Tools 3.29

    Only installed burning tool is CDRwin.

    Have you or are you running easy cd creator?
    Hate easy cd creator! Blooted! Worthless!

    Thanks for a unique and awesome program!

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    Do you have anti-virus installed? If so, try disabling auto-protect feature.

    Also try to see if you can change your lan driver to an updated version (or try getting one from your vendor).

    btw, this problem has been reported a few time. But not in a while I think.

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    I am having the exact same problem. Running Windows XP with all the latest updates. Was previously running DTools 3.26. Saw that the 3.29 was out (I hadn't looked in a while ) so I installed it, hoping the problem might have been fixed. Unfortunately, the same thing happened in 3.29. I do not have an antivirus installed at this time (and haven't since my last format). LAN driver is as up to date as it comes.

    WinXP + SP1
    1GB PC2100
    Nero 5.5.10
    Blindwrite Suite 4.2.9.28

    Any ideas on this?
    Adam

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    Now tried with 3.32. Still get the same result.
    Adam

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    If you can, try changing your LAN adapter, some of them simply don't seem to work with Daemon-Tools.
    "I was inappropriately blunt, wasn't I? Sorry, I do that a lot."

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    Hmm... well I don't exactly have another one laying around to try that with.
    I have a Linksys (LNE100TX). Is this a card that has known issues?
    Adam

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    Please try to change your lan driver. Try to obtain one from the manufacturer instead of using the winxp driver.

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    Did. No difference. I got XP to stay on the error screen instead of rebooting. Its a STOP error - "0x0000007F (00000008, 80042000,0,0)
    Adam

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    And sorry, meant to say that I changed to the v5 driver (I opened up my case and verified that was the right one). Windows XP had a v4 driver installed. Even then it doesn't work though.
    Adam

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    Send me you latest minidump file please (from Windows\minidump folder)

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