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Offline Joanie

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« on: Nov 18, 2000, 03:24 PM »
Welcome Leno,

I am not familiar with Notebooks but somebody should be around soon to help you with your problem.

The week-ends are usually slow so it may take a day or but let's hope for a speedy answer for you.

Hurry Back,



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« Reply #1 on: Nov 19, 2000, 08:59 AM »
Visit Adaptec's tech support site and download and run a utility called aspichk.exe.  It will check your ASPI drivers.

If there is a problem, download aspi32.exe and load the newest ASPI drivers.  If you added CD-R(W) software and it overwrote the ASPI drivers used by the DVD-ROM drive, it could easily be the cause of the problems.


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« Reply #2 on: Nov 19, 2000, 11:55 AM »

Thanks for the info.  I download and tried the check and it said there were no problems.  I then tried a CD and as soon as I popped it in, the same message came out as I stated above.  

I appreciate your help.  Any other ideas?  I'm clueless.




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« Reply #3 on: Dec 19, 2000, 11:48 PM »
Leno..have you been able to solve your problem yet? If not please let us know I would like to try and solve the problem.

Wesley Forrester


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Quantex Notebook Help
« Reply #4 on: Nov 18, 2000, 02:38 PM »
If anyone could please help me I would be forever in their debt.  Since I can't get on the phone with Quantex Tech Support, you all are my last hope.

I bought a notebook in April and it has worked great except last week the DVD/CD-ROM drive now locks up my system whenever a CD is put into the drive.  The standard Windows blue screen about the system being busy and how pressing cntrl-alt-del will reset system.  The message it gives is:

"An exception 0E has occurred at 0028:C1842653 in VxD scsi1hlp(03) + 00000583.

This was called from 0028:C18425D8 in VxD Scsi1hlp(03) + 00000508.  It may be possible to continue normally."

Of course it's impossbile to continue normally.  What does this message my scsi card bad?  I have tried using different CDs, deleting and restoring the drivers, scanning for virusses, you name it.  The computer is fine except I have no CDROM...thank goodness I have an external burner that I can use temporarily.  

I neither want to pay for something as vital is this, nor can I afford it right now.  I still have SIX MONTHS on my warranty with Quantex...I shouldn't be having this problem.  

Anyhoo, thanks for letting me vent.  But if anyone could please help me, I would be infinitely appreciative.  Thanks,