Quote: Originally Posted by Arc
Your problem is mainly with some program that is somehow misleading your CD ROM. And that is NTI CD &DVD-Maker or NTI Backup NOW! or NTI CD-Maker by NewTech Infosystem. That program uses pxhelp20.sys (Sonic CD/DVD driver).
You uninstall it.
both are very good programs. Use any of those.
Can it be that in the NewTech Infosystems folder there is Acer Backup Manager, and I have deleted the backup partition to make space for a new Ubuntu partition and that is somehow crashing my PC?
EDIT: I do not have NTI CD-Maker but I do have Acer Backup Manager in the NewTech Infosystem folder, should I delete that?
EDIT2: I got another BSOD, adding a file to this post.