P.S. This is a lower priority problem than what is being discussed here:
When I play music from WAV files on my PC through a LaCie Firewire 800 PCI adapter and am connected to the internet the PC periodically dies with:
Stop: 0x00000040 (0,0,0,0)
While staring at the blue screen there is warbling coming out of the speakers.
I recovered by powering off/on and not playing music while connected to the internet.
I did a little research:
TARGET_MDL_TOO_SMALL blue screen errors can be caused by a variety of
hardware, firmware, driver, or software issues.
search: bsod target_mdl_too_small lacie stop 0x40
"This is a driver bug. A driver has called the IoBuildPartialMdl
function and passed it an MDL to map part of a source MDL,
but the target MDL is not large enough to map the entire range
of addresses requested."
My PC is :
7.5 year Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3R motherboard
Windows XP service page 3
Intel EXPI9301CT 10/ 100/ 1000Mbps PCI-Express Desktop Adapter Gigabit CT,
which is being used instead of the integrated "Realtek RTL8168/8111 PCIe Gigabit Ethernet NIC" connected to Verizon FiOS.
Question: is there any debugging I can do to figure out why this is happening.?
The only odd thing is, the entire system was working fine, for years, until I installed the Intel Ethernet card.
I will eventually continue with the firewire driver research, but for now, I have to turn the PC over to someone else for a few months and they won't be using the Intel Ethernet card.
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