As per M960882, this may be caused by a bug in Mrxsmb.sys. A hotfix is available.
This stop code is caused by badly written drivers, more precisely drivers that fail to cancel pending operations before exiting. To fix this problem, you have to identify the driver that caused the problem and either update the application that uses that driver or (if possible) uninstall the application. The driver responsible for this stop code is printed in the blue screen, or can sometimes be identified from the dump file that is created when a bugcheck occurs.
M301515 provides a hotfix for Windows Services for UNIX 2.0 for this problem.
The problem can also be caused by installing Windows 2000 drivers on Windows XP for video adapters with TV tuner or video capture feature. See M310899 for information on this problem.
See "Windows XP Resource Kits - Stop 0x000000CE" and "Windows DDK" for additional information on this problem.
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