No Crash Logo
Simple install, no plumbing Solar Hot Water! Save $$$   Click Here

 Fatal exception 0E at 0028:C00063D9 in VXD VMM(01) Post a Reply  
From: Baha on 08/23/2001
I have DELL computer GX1 PII 233MHZ.
6GB hard drive western digital.
64MB SDRAM 100.
ATI 3D rage pro video card(4-23-1999).
Crystal sound card.
3com network card.
M800 monitor by DELL.
Windows 98 Second edition.
Microsoft office 2000.
Novell client32 3.3.
Intel Lan Desk Management.

Some times when I try to restart the system or shut down I get the following error message on a blue sceen : A fatal exception 0E has occured at
0028:C00063D9 in VXD VMM(01)+000053D9.

I never had this problem with win95.
The display setting for the video card is 800x600 with 16-bit color. I tried to change the color to 32-bit, but this did not resolve the problem.

If you have the solution to this error let me know, and thank you in advance.

Votes:

Rating: 0
Delete: 0
--- Replies to this Problem ---
From: Microsoft Support on 02/23/2009
I had the exact same problem, except I had a Dell 4100 with Windows 98.
After I reconfigured the drivers, not in BIOS, it gave me that error. And the way to correct this is to go to the BIOS, reset the IRQS, take out the CMOS battery, put it back in, move the video card and the nic-card to different AGP or PCI slots on the motherboard, and then start up your computer pressing F10 or F8, which ever F key gets you into BIOS. Then check your IRQS for correct positioning. And if all is correct, you have successfully reset the main CMOS, which reconfigures the error codes.

Further more,
Please email me at drum_bum1993@live.com for any other questions.

Votes:

Rating: 0
Delete: 0
From: Jedi_So on 11/18/2005
I can noting about computers, but i look at the VXD VMM(01) problems, and come over this side: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=287723

Hope it helps...

:)

Votes:

Rating: 0
Delete: 0
From: Brad on 07/29/2005
Having the same issue on a Gateway computer running windows 98 SE, with Norton AntiVirus 2005. Googling for Fatal Exception OE turned up a fix from a gateway ftp site. However, applying that patch didn't fix anything. Anybody have any ideas? brad@musatcha.com Thank you in advance!!!
Votes:

Rating: 0
Delete: 0
From: djo on 06/27/2005
i have this problem
If you have the solution to this error
thanks
Votes:

Rating: 0
Delete: 0
From: paul on 10/19/2004
bad ram?
Votes:

Rating: 0
Delete: 0
From: paul on 10/19/2004
bad ram?
Votes:

Rating: 0
Delete: 0
From: fatigo on 09/13/2004
im having this trouble too, what i got is every computer presenting this error is a p2, in my case, the network card is conflicting with other board, but when i unistall (from the mb - not the driver) it the machine continues functioning perfectly. I tried to change the slot of the video card, but this doesnt work too, tried to config all irqs in the BIOS, but the same error ocurrs, i found in a forum that this error maybe from the video card, but im not sure.
if someone has the answer pls write to me. suporte@usi.com.br
good luck
Votes:

Rating: 0
Delete: 0
From: Bob on 12/16/2002
Did anyone find a solution to this problem? I am running win98 SE and have applied available maintenance.
Votes:

Rating: 0
Delete: 0
From: Danny on 08/30/2001
My friend's getting the same error. Can neone help? TY
Votes:

Rating: 0
Delete: 0
FAQ | Search     Post a Reply  

Home | About | NoCrash Support BBS | Search | Privacy & Security | Helpful Programs

Solar Energy News and more at the TechLuck Green Energy Forum

Copyright © 1999 thru 2012 Kronos Technologies Inc. All Rights Reserved.
See Terms and Conditions for more information.