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    Fatal Exceptions

    Where do I go for help with 0D type fatal exceptions?

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    Re: Fatal Exceptions

    13 (0Dh): General Protection Fault
    Any condition that is not covered by any of the other processor exceptions will result in a general protection fault. The exception indicates that this program has been corrupted in memory, usually resulting in immediate termination of the program.
    The above found at KB150314

    The following at lower section of same page:
    Articles About Fatal Exception Error Messages
    For additional information about fatal exception error messages, click the article numbers below to view the articles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
    Q133440 Error Message: This Program Has Caused a Fatal Exception 0D at 00457:000040B1 and Will Be Terminated
    Q192803 Fatal Exception 0D Using ATI All-in-Wonder Pro Video Adapter
    Q175211 Fatal Exception Error When Opening or Closing Control Panel
    Q171195 Fatal Exception Error Suspending and Resuming with MSDLC32
    Q187214 Err Msg: A Fatal Exception 0E Has Occurred at 0028:C02A0201...
    Q190123 Error Message: A Fatal Exception 06 Has Occurred at...
    Q252523 Fatal Exception Error Message When Attempting to Connect to the Internet
    Q189655 Err Msg: A Fatal Exception 0E Has Occurred at 0028:<XXXXXXXX>

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    Re: Fatal Exceptions

    Dave, Thank you for your reply. In checking the MS articles, it doesn't appear as though I fit into any of them - at least as far as a technology-challenged person can figure out. These are the FEs that I've been getting:
    0D77:014F6B97
    16A7:014775E5
    0D87:014F6B97
    168F:014775BG
    0246:014747FB
    085D:0147268B
    Perhaps you can figure out what they are - I can't.
    Eli

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