A BSOD is a bad sign.
Here are some things to consider:
Heat buildup - download and install Speedfan to read every monitor on your system, then watch the temps
Hard Drive space - how much defragmented free space do you have?
Powersupply - how big, and are all rails providing the proper power?
Something not reporting memory usage properly to the OS - maybe something in this ARTICLE will be useful. If not, then maybe there are clues in Event Viewer, and this ARTICLE will help with the detective work.
The aforementioned stuff is how to find out whats wrong and fix your problem...
As a possible emergency ( I need to fix this right now to burn one DVD type of thing ) you might try this:
When you finish editing your stuff in Premiere you probably export it to another program to burn the DVD.
After you export to the other program, and before you start burning the DVD.....( save what you need to save to preserve your project first )
restart your computer.
That might free up some resources ( memory, etc ) enough to burn that one DVD.
But it isn't really solving your problem... is just a quick possible solution, which may or may not work
>probably export it to another program
P-Pro CS2 has built-in DVD burning, so I don't read in the OP's message that another program is being used
Now, for the OP...
Tell PPro to create an ISO on your hard drive, and use the FREE http://www.imgburn.com/ to burn the disc
If this works, it means you have "something" sitting in memory that is getting in the way of PPro talking to the drive
Otherwise, you have a computer problem of some sort
A link with many ideas about computer setup http://forums.adobe.com/thread/436215?tstart=0
Work through all of the steps (ideas) listed at http://ppro.wikia.com/wiki/Troubleshooting
If your problem isn't fixed after you follow all of the steps, report back with the DETAILS asked for in the questions at the end of the troubleshooting link
I just remembered, and I say this just to let you know how many different problems can cause that blue screen memory dump...
The last time that happened to me was last week. I had cleaned up some of my computer resources using a program called CCleaner...and it apparently deleted a couple of files from my system that I needed to make Windows Media Player work correctly. Whenever a file that was associated with WMP was double clicked to " view " the file I got the blue screen and memory dump and I would have to reset the computer...
The first thing I did was change the file association so that Windows Media player was no longer the program to play those files. Then I went through the process of finding out what files were missing ( one was a file related to having my volume control in the taskbar ... that file was missing ) ...and putting the files back into the folders they needed to be in....
So, it could even be corrupted or missing files that cause the blue screen memory dump...which is why finding out what causes it can be fairly complex...
Good luck !
BSOD's are hardware related. Since we know nothing about your hardware or OS, we can't help you. Did you try GDB?
i am trying to create an iso but adobe
is not letting it ??
it does not let me export it to another programe??
It sounds like something is messed up badly. Maybe the info in Harm's link, especially the answers to the questions, will help someone to help you with this.
AMD DUEL CORE PROCESSORS
4X 500GB HARD DRIVE
ATIX 800 GRAPHIX CARD
ASUS MXL MOTHERBOARD
WINDOWS 7 32BIT
SORRY NOT FAMILAR WITH THE ABRIEVIATIONS NEW ON HERE WHAT IS GDB?
It was rather sarcastic, but GDB is the Redhat debugger. You never mentioned what OS and hardware you were using, so it might have been Redhat and then the GDB would have been a nice tool. Seriously, read the link I gave you AND follow the two included links.