#36 "cdrdao scanbus" stackdumps on W2K

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2001-10-10
2001-10-10
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--- Start ---
0 [main] cdrdao 824 handle_exceptions:
Exception: STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION
5809 [main] cdrdao 824 stackdump: Dumping stack
trace to cdrdao.exe.stackdump
--- End ---
(There is a different no. in place of 824 & 5809 on
different runs).

W2K Professional

MATSHITA UJDA310, FW:1.32

Registry Entry:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\HARDWARE\DEVICEMAP\Scsi\Scsi Port 1
\Scsi Bus 0\Target Id 0\Logical Unit Id 0]
"Identifier"="MATSHITA UJDA310"
"Type"="CdRomPeripheral"
"DeviceName"="CdRom0"

Works fine with Nero 5.5.5.1 Demo & Adaptec Easy CD 4
(also Direct CD)

Discussion

  • Feico de Boer
    Feico de Boer
    2001-11-30

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    I can confirm the stack dump on two more other systems
    running W2K. The stack dump appears when using the 1.1.4 or
    1.1.5 downloaded from the files section.

    I was not able to get a full stack trace from the debugger
    as I was unable to setup a build environment.

     
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    Hey, this went away when I installed the ASPI layer (hacked
    to install on systems without Adaptec cards)

     
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    May be same bug as 454118, this submitter just has a clue
    about the meaning of the error message. And also knows
    how to save a Windows 2000 stack dump (which is a nice
    text file with hex addresses, stack traces and disassemply
    of the specific code dereferencing the bad pointer). XP and
    later are useless XML / hex mixes with no documentation outside
    Redmond, CA.

    Friendly, jbj@image.dk