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DS-4000 blue screens

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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  • aahmad73 Feb 17, 2009

    I agree with you, however thats added steps that may not be widely accepted unfortunately. What makes me curious more is why this does not happen to everyone.

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May need to safely remove hardware before unplugging the devices

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

  • Randy Morton Feb 17, 2009

    i wish it were easier to stop the device from running, too

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