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From: kennie on 07/09/2002
I canít seem to find a fix for this anywhere, except to reformat my HDD, and I donít really want to do this. At shutting down my win98se pc, I get a blue screen with ďa fatal exception oe has occurred at 0177:bff76723Ē and OD 17c7:000012bdĒ when I hit any key my screen goes back with curser lower right of the middle of the screen, and then I hit ctl-alt-delete, and my pc restarts. I have unplugged my two usb connections and all I have in my msconfig/startup is systray and loadpowerprofile. I ran scandisk and defrag in safe mode twice with no problems. I guess itís time to start removing applications? HELP!!!!!!!!
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From: Rick on 02/02/2003
RE Fatal Exception OE 0177:BFF996EF. After install of new progam or exe.file and restart file recognition (exe.) ini file? I have done many measures to dupilcate and then to troubleshoot. I now have, after interactive refresh from initial 98-2 full install, so many packages that I question compatiabilty ..
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I now get from CD properties 100% free and upon refreshing interactive and receiving AUTORUN caused an exception c0000006H in module AUTORUN.EXE at 0177:004018cd.
Registers:
EAX=004424f8 CS=0177 EIP=004018cd EFLGS=00010246
EBX=0000074a SS=017f ESP=0072f468 EBP=0072f4f0
ECX=c1645220 DS=017f ESI=0060000c FS=31c7
EDX=00000001 ES=017f EDI=00403028 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
8a 48 0e d3 e2 8d 14 90 8b 47 24 83 c2 28 83 e8
Stack dump:
004424f8 00000000 0060000c 00000394 0072f558 00000776 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000258 00000194 00000000 00000000 00000200 00000000 08b00000

feel it is time to upgrade?

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From: Haywood on 07/16/2002

First of all, I never had a question for you. Second, I still wouldn't take your advice. After reading through your posts, I realized that you do have knowledge, but not as much as you imply.


Nice remark about running the two IT departments. What?? Running one IT department isn't prestigious enough so you have to add one to it?? It's your story Pilot, tell it however it makes you feel better.


: I just have a few questions for you....

: Why post to a website if you need real help? Why not fix it yourself if you are willing to give critisim? Or perhaps, there is someone that can give you some technical support for the price you should pay.

: I just want to know what society I live in where I spend a little time out of my day helping people and I get shit like that. I don't get paid to do this...

: The only smoke I see is the individuals that come to me for assistance in the two IT departments I lead. I understand their frustrations and on a daily basis, offer support.

: Here is another one of your 76% of statistics on the spot:

: 100% of computer errors are created by the user. This statistic would dictate that you created your own error message.

: Glad I could help you.

: Computerpilot


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From: Computerpilot on 07/14/2002
I just have a few questions for you....

Why post to a website if you need real help? Why not fix it yourself if you are willing to give critisim? Or perhaps, there is someone that can give you some technical support for the price you should pay.

I just want to know what society I live in where I spend a little time out of my day helping people and I get shit like that. I don't get paid to do this...

The only smoke I see is the individuals that come to me for assistance in the two IT departments I lead. I understand their frustrations and on a daily basis, offer support.

Here is another one of your 76% of statistics on the spot:

100% of computer errors are created by the user. This statistic would dictate that you created your own error message.

Glad I could help you.

Computerpilot

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From: Haywood on 07/12/2002
I too have also been able to pinpoint that 76% of all statistics are made up on the spot.. Don't try blowing smoke at people to make them think you know what you are talking about

: Well, you hit everything I would have done. I am not aware of your entire setup and so I will direct you to one of my favorite Fatal Exception Error Websites so you can see if any apply to your case.

: http://www.generation.net/~hleboeuf/fatlexer.htm

: Have at it! If you get tired of trying to figure out your problem, upgrade to Windows XP. There is a high likelyhood of your error message returning after you reinstall all your apps and Windows 98SE. I think I have been able to pinpoint the statistic that 85% of reinstalls result in the same problem.

: Computerpilot


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From: Computerpilot on 07/09/2002
Well, you hit everything I would have done. I am not aware of your entire setup and so I will direct you to one of my favorite Fatal Exception Error Websites so you can see if any apply to your case.

http://www.generation.net/~hleboeuf/fatlexer.htm

Have at it! If you get tired of trying to figure out your problem, upgrade to Windows XP. There is a high likelyhood of your error message returning after you reinstall all your apps and Windows 98SE. I think I have been able to pinpoint the statistic that 85% of reinstalls result in the same problem.

Computerpilot

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