Problem solved after mega hours and a 6 pack of coasters. SIS manufactured the chipsets for this Shuttle mobo and after installing a dial-up modem and downloading the Windows critical updates and applicable drivers I still couldn't burn a DVD. In despiration I went to the SIS web site and found an IDE driver that was released after the computer was built (2002). That was the ticket and the problem was solved. Let me fill everyone in on some background.
The computer was on a boat I was sailing to the Caribbean and it was being used for Navigation (digital charts & GPS interface), music, Winfax satellite communications, Skymate satellite text messaging, MS Office suite and general purpose programs. The guy who installed the Navigation and Communications systems had just upgraded the software and the Skymate software had also been upgraded and activated. Due to the number of serial devices an Edgeport USB to Serial hub was in use. I had no internet access except the Skymate text messaging and in order to keep the critical systems functioning I uninstalled the Skymate system and disconnected the modem. I also disconnected the DVD-RW since these devices seemed to be causing the BSODs. It wasn't until I returned with the computer this past week that I could start the troubleshooting.
Sure would be nice if all the manufacturers would submit the updated drivers to Microsoft so that you could simply do a Windows Update to get what you needed. The computer was built before DVD-RWs were available so the IDE controller didn't know what to do and Windows sensed a drive problem and shut down. Well I guess I'll just write it off to my continuing education.