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I found this error quite common, even on superuser.

The problem is simple: after a few seconds I insert a blank optical media, BD-R or DVD-R, I get my computer rebooted with the above blue screen error.

I have recently changed motherboard and now I'm connecting my burner via SATA. New mobo is ASUS Sabertooth 990FX, old was ASUS Crosshair II Formula

Formatting is currently a no-no, while probably fixes the problem.

Somebody knows how to fix the problem without formatting?

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It's very hard to diagnose this problem with so little information. It would be best to analyse the memory dump created when BSOD occurs to determine which driver/kernel part is causing it. But publishing your memory dumps can be dangerous because of what they can contain. Please refer to dedoimedo.com/computers/windows-bsod.html and try to analyse the dump yourself. A full output of !analyze -v (point 7C from the site) from WinDbg would be most helpful. –  mprill Dec 26 '12 at 1:06
before analyzing the dump he should also activate driver verifier. –  magicandre1981 Dec 26 '12 at 5:04

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