Why do I get the BSOD when trying to burn DVDs after initializing a USB hard disk on a different drive letter?

David September 20, 2010
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I added a USB hard disk. I chose the next available drive letter when I initialized it, which was G. My main hard disk is partitioned into drives C and D; I have a CD/DVD reader on drive E and a CD/DVD burner on drive F

Now when I try to burn a DVD on drive E it gives me the Windows Vista blue screen of death. Happens every time. Appreciate any ideas. Thanks.

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