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1394vdbg.sys

David_J._CraigDavid_J._Craig Member Posts: 1,885
I am getting a STOP D1, 28, 2, 0, F78A84E0 on this driver when I do the
following:

IBM G41 Notebook
StarTech 1394 card - 2 ports
Seagate 400GB external HD always connected
LG DVD writer connected

I get the crash. If the LG is not connected during boot, the system boots
normally. I tried three times.

This system does have development tools and Windbg installed.

Comments

  • OSR_Community_UserOSR_Community_User Member Posts: 110,217
    What does '!analyze -v' say? Can you send a minidump of the crash to
    xxxxx@microsoft.com?

    Jason

    -----Original Message-----
    From: xxxxx@lists.osr.com
    [mailto:xxxxx@lists.osr.com] On Behalf Of David J. Craig
    Sent: Tuesday, September 13, 2005 12:34 PM
    To: Kernel Debugging Interest List
    Subject: [windbg] 1394vdbg.sys

    I am getting a STOP D1, 28, 2, 0, F78A84E0 on this driver when I do the
    following:

    IBM G41 Notebook
    StarTech 1394 card - 2 ports
    Seagate 400GB external HD always connected
    LG DVD writer connected

    I get the crash. If the LG is not connected during boot, the system
    boots
    normally. I tried three times.

    This system does have development tools and Windbg installed.



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  • David_J._CraigDavid_J._Craig Member Posts: 1,885
    I never got a dump. The system did not take one even though I had full
    dumps enabled. I got the problem solved and I know how it happened. Should
    be interesting to duplicate.

    The DVD writer is the LG GSA-5163D. I had used it yesterday with a USB 2.0
    cable and it was left on all night. It had never been used prior to
    yesterday in any form and I didn't begin with the 1394 connection because I
    didn't have a cable. I brought in a 1394 cable this morning and plugged it
    into the LG drive after removing the USB connection. I then hooked up the
    1394 PC Card and the 1394 cables to the IBM G41 and turned on the notebook.
    That is when it failed.

    I then shutdown my notebook and powered off the LG drive. After turning on
    the power to both and rebooting, it works well. I suspect the chipset in
    the LG drive will not work without a power cycle if the connection is
    changed. I did wait until the notebook was powered up and logged into
    before plugging in the 1394 cable. Windows XP found the new device and all
    is well. I guess the driver can't handle hardware failures. Very hard to
    do.

    "Jason Shay" wrote in message
    news:xxxxx@windbg...
    What does '!analyze -v' say? Can you send a minidump of the crash to
    xxxxx@microsoft.com?

    Jason

    -----Original Message-----
    From: xxxxx@lists.osr.com
    [mailto:xxxxx@lists.osr.com] On Behalf Of David J. Craig
    Sent: Tuesday, September 13, 2005 12:34 PM
    To: Kernel Debugging Interest List
    Subject: [windbg] 1394vdbg.sys

    I am getting a STOP D1, 28, 2, 0, F78A84E0 on this driver when I do the
    following:

    IBM G41 Notebook
    StarTech 1394 card - 2 ports
    Seagate 400GB external HD always connected
    LG DVD writer connected

    I get the crash. If the LG is not connected during boot, the system
    boots
    normally. I tried three times.

    This system does have development tools and Windbg installed.



    ---
    You are currently subscribed to windbg as: xxxxx@winse.microsoft.com
    To unsubscribe send a blank email to xxxxx@lists.osr.com
  • Jeff_HenkelsJeff_Henkels Member Posts: 22
    "David J. Craig" wrote in message
    news:xxxxx@windbg...
    > I suspect the chipset in the LG drive will not work without a power cycle
    > if the connection is changed.

    So your LG drive has its own power source? I've a similar setup with a 2.5"
    laptop drive in a 1394/USB enclosure. However, my setup draws power from
    the interface, so switching from USB to 1394 or vice versa pretty much
    ensures the device and the interface chip gets power-cycled.

    The enclosure also supports getting power from an external source (either
    AC/DC adapter or PS/2 port), but I've never used it in that mode -- I bet
    that if I did, I'd see the same behavior you're seeing.
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