From: Malaga on 08/04/2002
Definition of Fatal Exception 0E Error Messages
Fatal exception error messages are codes that are returned by a program in the following situations:
If access to an illegal instruction has been encountered
If invalid data or code has been accessed
If the privilege level of an operation is invalid
When any of these situations occur, the processor returns an exception to the operating system, which in turn is handled as a fatal exception error message. In many situations, the exception is non-recoverable and you must either shut down or restart the computer, depending on the severity of the error.
A Fatal Exception 0E is a Page Fault interrupt and typically occurs when the operating system tries to access virtual memory on a demand-paged basis and that "page" is missing or damaged.
For additional information about Fatal Exception 0E error, view the following Microsoft Knowledge Base article:
Q150314 What are Fatal Exception Errors