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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
Mini041111-01.dmp
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triphenAuthor Commented:
Can anybody make sense of this?
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flubbsterCommented:
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?
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flubbsterCommented:
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.

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/193910-46-event-1001-rebooted-bugcheck

Refer to the first response to the question.
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triphenAuthor Commented:
There is another error as well.

 Error
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?
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flubbsterCommented:
Yes, I do.

In device manager>ports

On the port settings tab, there should be an option to change the port number.
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flubbsterCommented:
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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