BSOD then reboots ONLY when running off inverter(crashes every time I drive)
I have gotten my carpc installed, and it was working just fine for the first two weeks. It takes me 30 minutes to drive to (and back) university on weekdays. When I drive, my computer will crash EVERYTIME I am driving. I will get a blue screen of death with a bugcheck 0xFE message titled BUGCODE_USB_DRIVER. This BSOD will pop up randomly when I drive, forcing me to reboot, and is totally unpredictable. I found a microsoft article on this problem: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/331988 This microsoft article is useless. I dont think I can update my windows xp since I am using 2fastxp, and the site provides no alternatives. I have done much googling, but I have yet to find a solution. I also have completely no idea what this error code means. Like I mentioned previously, my carputer had been working fine for 2 weeks, now, all of a sudden, I am having this problem. The only USB device plugged into my computer is my LCD touchscreen (same as the MTSVO-SC). I have already tried reinstalling the touchscreen drivers and switching sticks of ram (incase it was due to bad ram). The most strange thing about my problem was that I only get this problem when I am driving and running my PC off the inverter. When I am at home, I did a test by plugging my computer into the wall and it ran stable even after many hours (in the car, I am almost guaranteed to crash within 30 mins). I had thought maybe EMF interference would be affecting the USB signal, so I even tried to relocate my inverter, running my wires 90 degrees to each other, and even shielding my cables and inverter with tin foil that is grounded (I put a piece of tin foil with a ground wire running out in a plastic bag, then wrapping the plastic bag around my inverter). However, despite all my efforts, I am STILL getting crashes. This problem is really annoying me. I am completely clueless as to whether this is a hardware or a software problem. If you guys could please offer more suggestions on what I can do, I would really appreciate it. Thanks!