Bugcheck error?

Hello Experts,

One of our systems restarted unexpectedly today and the event viewer shows this.
 Event Viewer Error
A text file containing the Dump is also attached.

Windows XP Pro 32 Bit SP3
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triphenAuthor Commented:
Can anybody make sense of this?
Unfortunately, the minidump tells us nothing. There is no bugcheck string or driver listed, just the 4 memory addresses.

Did you check all the event viewers? System, software, etc?
Prepare for if it happens again by making sure that the settings in the question from the link below are made. This way, you will have a full dump file and also be able to see any error codes because it will not automatically restart.


Refer to the first response to the question.

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triphenAuthor Commented:
There is another error as well.

I need a parallel port but I didn't have one. So I added a PCI card with a parallel port. Windows assigned it LPT3 for some reason, my printer works fine with it but this might be the cause of the error. What do you think?
Yes, I do.

In device manager>ports

On the port settings tab, there should be an option to change the port number.
btw... also look at the interrupt (irq) number and see if it is being shared with another device.

what is the make/model of the pci card?
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