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From: jo on 07/06/2001
Win 98

HP 4455

Frequent, random crashes. Fatal exceptions 0E@0028 and 0D@0246.

Scan disk repeatedly "fixes" the same problems on every start-up. They don't stay fixed:

"Size of file X is being misreported."

"Invalid directory entries."

"Lost clusters."

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From: Tiff on 10/16/2005
PLEASE HELP:
Am getting the same 2 blue fatal exception OE oo28: etc screens then my computer just randomly restarts! WHY DOES IT DO THIS!
I read the ^^ other posts and about the mcAfee thing and I dont have the McFee thing. PLEASE HELP. Thanks.
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From: Gary on 08/04/2002

: "0028:C0012D2c" i have norton antivirus, so cant just be mcafee.

: Windows ME
: usually occurs while running morpheus and IE at same time.

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: : : Bingo solution to a problem that has been driving me nuts. Didn't uninstall McA, just stopped it loading on start up. I'll go with Norton now, I think. A problem of this magnitude is unforgivable in a major supplier.

: : i to was getting these problems but i used the restore on my winME and then started to re install. i got to MSN and all was fine i then updated to 4.6 MSN and then did the new update bingo i had OE blues all over the place. the funny thing is im running macfee to.
: : i dont know if the two, Mcfee and MSN 4.6, are fighting but i use msn alot so i think i will try a differand virus scanner for a bit and then put msn back in and then see what happens.
: : all the best,
: : Phil...

we also have norton and have the random blue screen fatal exception OE 0028:C29F0D63 IN VXDPC1MP(01)+00001CH3 I believe it has something to do with display card or mother board but cant get hardware vendor to deny or confirm. fatal exception never happens when we take computer in. Getting really frustrated. If anyone has the solution "PLEASE HELP"
luck to all - gary

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From: Robert on 06/05/2002
My issue is pseudo resolved now, thanks to another 'nocrash' poster, however it's interesting to note that in May 2002, I experienced a series of OE:0028 style errors with Ontrack SystemSuite. Fortunately with that program, I only had to disable the crash proof feature (go figure). This all started after the most recent SystemSuite software update.

McAfee, then Norton, then System Suite. Any wagers that it could be a virus or worse?

: "0028:C0012D2c" i have norton antivirus, so cant just be mcafee.

: Windows ME
: usually occurs while running morpheus and IE at same time.

:
: : : Bingo solution to a problem that has been driving me nuts. Didn't uninstall McA, just stopped it loading on start up. I'll go with Norton now, I think. A problem of this magnitude is unforgivable in a major supplier.

: : i to was getting these problems but i used the restore on my winME and then started to re install. i got to MSN and all was fine i then updated to 4.6 MSN and then did the new update bingo i had OE blues all over the place. the funny thing is im running macfee to.
: : i dont know if the two, Mcfee and MSN 4.6, are fighting but i use msn alot so i think i will try a differand virus scanner for a bit and then put msn back in and then see what happens.
: : all the best,
: : Phil...


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From: fred on 05/04/2002

: Win 98

: HP 4455

: Frequent crashes. Fatal exception
0E@0028:FF0299618.

: Scan disk repeatedly "fixes" the same problems
They don't stay fixed:

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From: fogle on 02/08/2002
"0028:C0012D2c" i have norton antivirus, so cant just be mcafee.

Windows ME
usually occurs while running morpheus and IE at same time.


: : Bingo solution to a problem that has been driving me nuts. Didn't uninstall McA, just stopped it loading on start up. I'll go with Norton now, I think. A problem of this magnitude is unforgivable in a major supplier.

: i to was getting these problems but i used the restore on my winME and then started to re install. i got to MSN and all was fine i then updated to 4.6 MSN and then did the new update bingo i had OE blues all over the place. the funny thing is im running macfee to.
: i dont know if the two, Mcfee and MSN 4.6, are fighting but i use msn alot so i think i will try a differand virus scanner for a bit and then put msn back in and then see what happens.
: all the best,
: Phil...


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From: phil on 02/07/2002

: Bingo solution to a problem that has been driving me nuts. Didn't uninstall McA, just stopped it loading on start up. I'll go with Norton now, I think. A problem of this magnitude is unforgivable in a major supplier.

i to was getting these problems but i used the restore on my winME and then started to re install. i got to MSN and all was fine i then updated to 4.6 MSN and then did the new update bingo i had OE blues all over the place. the funny thing is im running macfee to.
i dont know if the two, Mcfee and MSN 4.6, are fighting but i use msn alot so i think i will try a differand virus scanner for a bit and then put msn back in and then see what happens.
all the best,
Phil...

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From: Stephen on 02/05/2002
Bingo solution to a problem that has been driving me nuts. Didn't uninstall McA, just stopped it loading on start up. I'll go with Norton now, I think. A problem of this magnitude is unforgivable in a major supplier.

Also found these posts by typing the hex error code into google! Many thanks.


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From: sachin on 01/29/2002
Hi,

could you please inform the specifics.I too seem to have similar problems
Sachin

: Oh my gosh!!!!! After looking for 6 weeks to determine why I was getting 2 fatal exception errors in succession, you have confirmed my suspicions...

: I receive "Fatal exception error 0E has occurred at 0028:C001545A.....application will be terminated." Followed by "Fatal exception error OD has occurred at 0246:014747FB."

: I, also run McAfee Antivirus, and suspect that a recent upgrade was the culprit.

: Hmmmmmm. Don't know if I'll disable my antivirus software; but, certainly food for thought!!!

: Thank you so very much!


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From: rock on 01/28/2002

I suggest you reinstall the operating system from c:\windows\options\install, where you will find the set up file.


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From: steve on 01/02/2002

hp 6605

win 98

i too had two blue screens. fatal exception :
0e at 0028 : c00477bc in vxd vfat (01) + 000057e4

then 0d at 0246:014f47fb both followed by current application will be terminated.

disabling mcafee seems to work but now how do i avoid virus infection ???? any help appreciated to stevekemp@another.com cheers.

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From: LJOHN on 09/12/2001
Dear Valued Mcafee Client

Thank you for contacting McAfee Technical Support. We appreciate you contacting us, concerning your issue. If this solution does not resolve your issue or concern, please refer to the following website, www.mcafeehelp.com. On this site you will be able to search for a solution or information regarding your issue. It is a pleasure serving you, if you have comments about my service, please reply and enter "supervisor" in the subject line.

Please check your system for any previous versions of virus scan and delete all the older versions as it causes conflict with active shield as they go after the same resources.

Manual Uninstall of McAfee ActiveShield


Remove the Agent

1. Click Start and highlight Programs.
2. Highlight McAfee.com Agent and click Uninstall McAfee.com Agent. Click Yes to confirm the uninstallation.
3. When the uninstallation is complete, click Close.

NOTE: Some of the following entries may have already been removed by the steps above.

IMPORTANT: Before beginning to manually remove this program from your computer make sure to backup the registry. This will safeguard your Windows 95 or Windows 98 installation. You can recover your Windows 95 or Windows 98 configuration by restoring the backup in the case that an error occurs after editing the registry.


Backup the Registry

1. Click on the Start button, then on Run.
2. Type in REGEDIT and click the OK button. The Registry Editor will then appear.
3. Click on the Registry pull-down menu.
4. Click on Export Registry File. The Export Registry File dialog box will then appear.
5. In the line entitled File Name type "Backup" (without the quotation marks).
6. In the line entitled Save In be sure that Desktop is selected (if it is not, click on the down arrow next to the Save In line and select 'Desktop.')
7. Select "All" in the Export range groupbox by clicking on the corresponding radio button.
8. Click on the Save button.
9. Close the Registry Editor by clicking the X in the top right corner.

You now have a backup of your registry saved as "Backup" on your desktop. If an error occurs and you need to restore the registry you can double-click on the new file entitled "Backup" located on the desktop and the registry will be restored.

NOTE: When you are completely finished with this document restart your computer by clicking Start, Shutdown, Restart, then OK. Once the computer has restarted verify that your computer is working properly by opening various programs and doing familiar functions. When you can tell that all is running properly delete the Backup registry file you created earlier to avoid restoring the old registry by mistake. To delete the Backup registry file right-click on the "Backup" file on your desktop then click on Delete. Be careful not to double-click this file since that would restore the old registry entries you will have removed. If you accidentally double-click the file, you wil

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From: Sandie on 08/20/2001
Oh my gosh!!!!! After looking for 6 weeks to determine why I was getting 2 fatal exception errors in succession, you have confirmed my suspicions...

I receive "Fatal exception error 0E has occurred at 0028:C001545A.....application will be terminated." Followed by "Fatal exception error OD has occurred at 0246:014747FB."

I, also run McAfee Antivirus, and suspect that a recent upgrade was the culprit.

Hmmmmmm. Don't know if I'll disable my antivirus software; but, certainly food for thought!!!

Thank you so very much!

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From: Karen on 07/11/2001
Until recently I was getting two blue screen errors, one right after the other. OE: 0028: C0012D2C and OD: 0246: 014F47FB. I'm running Win ME. After getting no help from MS, I began turning programs off and testing to see if I was still getting the errors. I eventually turned of my McAfee ActiveShield virus protection. I haven't come across these errors since. I'm now experimenting with other virus protection software to see if the same errors will occur.

: Win 98

: HP 4455

: Frequent, random crashes. Fatal exceptions 0E@0028 and 0D@0246.

: Scan disk repeatedly "fixes" the same problems on every start-up. They don't stay fixed:

: "Size of file X is being misreported."

: "Invalid directory entries."

: "Lost clusters."


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