We use Windows XP for our desktops and laptops, regardless of the machine or Windows XP SP 2 or 3, when users undock their Olympus DS-4000 they will get blue screens, not all the time but randomly about 3-5 times a month or more. The stop error is 00000044 and is called Multiple_IRP_Complete_Requests. It blames USBPORT.SYS, go figure.
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I see that you are experiencing a video issue with you back light on this case, you mentioned when docked on your docking station you see the video on you monitor but when undocked you get a black LCD screen and see shadows of what is on the LCD screen.
this is a back light issue that you are experiencing.
We can try and check some settings regarding this concern and se if there is anything we can do to correct what you are experiencing with your laptop
As soon as you turn your Laptop on keep on tapping F1 to will bring you to the BIOS screen if the BIOS shows up on you LCD screen without going black then most probably yo may need to change some settings in windows regarding the the LCD and power options.
Try docking back into your docking station and inside windows go to power options, and set your system power options to balanced.
On your Desktop right click anywhere on an open space to get the menu list click on personalize then click on display then click on advance settings, look for screen refresh rate change it to 59Hrtz then undock from your docking station and try booting into windows without using the docking station to check if the video will show on the LCD again on this issue.
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I sorry but I don't think I can help you this time as there is heaps of things that can cause a blue screen, but try reinstalling windows again it may have missed something on the previous loading, On the blue screen there is a number simular to this 0x00000023 if you google this number you may beable to find an answer to your problem
Windows easily uses up to 756MB of RAM to run the O/S alone but can run at a minimum of 512MB.
I have personally seen it run on as low as a 900Mhz processor, 256MB of RAM and on a 10 gig hard drive.
If you decide to install windows XP on the specs you describe above please note the following.
1. System will be very slow and have lengthy start up times.
2. Applications may crash or take a long time to open.
3. With all the updates for WinXP you will easily use 8 gigs for installing XP and its updates. Not to mention whatever software you will use/install.
4. On a system with those low specs, you probably have a low end video card whcih may result in: A. chooppy windows, screen freezing, system crashes and lock ups, low video graphics all around.
I would probably go with windows 2000 instead. If your bent on having XP, at least upgrade the RAM to as much as possible. Then install windows and only install the programs you really need, remove any other junk.
Acer Travelmate 4000 Series Laptop.
After upgrading Windows XP Pro to SP3 (from SP1) I encountered the problems with messenger mail and certain web pages being unable to open. I have since upgraded Java to the latest version ( not sure if this helped ) and then upgraded Internet Explorer to IE7 (was previously running IE6). Since then I have encountered no problems with messenger or any web pages. Hope this can assist any people that have similar problems.