Not sure since it doesn't give a device ID, but what happens if you
update the drivers for both your sound card and your video card. Also,
what happens if you unplug the sound card, and play the MP3 the same
way. If it crashes still, then it is the video card drivers/AGP slot.
If it doesn't crash, it may be your sound card.
I really think this just has to do with the drivers and/or heat issues.
Double check the heat inside your computer and make sure it isn't too
hot. You can use a program like Motherboard Monitor to see where the
temps are at or even Evesest Home from <a rel="nofollow" style='text-decoration: none;' href="http://www.lavalys.com" target="_blank">www.lavalys.com</a>
Jeff Minor wrote:
> Event Catagory: (102)
> Event ID: 1003
> Error Code: 1000008e, parameter1 c0000005, Parameter2
> 8840ceb8, Parameter3 8840ce40, Parameter4 00000000
> System Specs: Gigabyte Motherboard Model# 8INXP, Pentium
> 4 3.06Gb processor, Memory: 2Gb PC2100 Kingston Ram, Ati
> 128MB All-In Wonder, 80Gb Maxtor(internal) 7200rpm hard
> drive,Seagate (internal) 80Gb hard drive Seagate (Sata)
> 40 GB hard drive, 120 Gb (External) Firewire drive
> (Western Digital) Sony Dru-500a DVD-RW/R drive, Generic
> cd/cdrw cd drive, Sound Blaster (Live) Broadcom Ethernet
> Nic card (not used) no drivers installed for this device
> Trying to cover all the basis here to help with trouble
> shooting. Have re-installed OS and started from scratch.
> Pc runs fine until tested by stress with process such as
> playing mp3 file using iTunes and running full screen
> visual mode. I removed ATI All In Wonder and replaced
> with ATi Rage Pro video card with same system error as
> above (Event Viewer) crash. Trying to figure out error
> code above to identify hardware that is causing system
> failure. Any help would be greatly appreciated.