Server keeps crashing every few days get Event 1003 error

I have a server running windows SBS 2003. Every 3rd or 4th day it crashes, reboots and is fine for a few more days. The error i get when it crashes is Event 1003 "Error code 000000c2, parameter1 00000007, parameter2 0000121a, parameter3 f78cab5a, parameter4 f78caafc."

How can i find what is causing this?

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It is most likely caused by a driver or memory error.  Look in the windows\minidump to find your dump files.  You can analyze them or post them to a share web site for us to review liket this site.....

If you can't find the dumps then run memtest to stress the ram.
tkthelpdeskAuthor Commented:
OK I added it. So how do i get it reviewed?
I reviewed the dump and it appears that the crach is being caused by a cd burners software.  2 drivers are related to the crash, both are consistent with a burner.   Do you have a burner in the computer?  If yes what burning software and/or software manufacture is it?  Let me know and I will go from there.

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tkthelpdeskAuthor Commented:
yes there is a CD Burner, it has a program called "Instant CD&DVD" we do not use it so i have no problem deleting the app if needed. it also loads this app at start up.
The offending drivers appear to be Cdrdrv.sys and vobiw.sys...both cdr drivers.

Googling these items it seems others have had the same trouble with machines rebooting at will.  Some have changed the drivers to .old...others have updated the drivers.  Anyways this appears to be your problem....I would look to see if the vobiw.sys file belongs to your Instant CD&DVD application and do away with it.  

You should be good to go then.

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This guy had the same problem with the same software you are using......
tkthelpdeskAuthor Commented:
Seems to be the culprit. Thanks for your help
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