Re: Ahhhhhhh BSOD!!!

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by °Mike°, Jul 5, 2003.

  1. °Mike°

    °Mike° Guest

    Fourth post about the same problem - go back and read replies,
    and please stop making new threads.


    On Sat, 05 Jul 2003 22:47:45 +0100, in
    <>
    Bob scrawled:

    >I was happily running WinME (boo I hear you cry!!) until the following
    >happened. A Logitech WebCam was plugged in an unpowered USB hub, which
    >at the time had a external ADSL modem attached. this caused the first
    >problem
    >
    >Fatal exception IOS (01) + 0000186E Error 0E:0028: C003BF52.
    >
    >Both the webcam and modem are attached to the motherboard USB ports.
    >This seemed to solved the problem.
    >
    >However my Nero CD software stopped working properly and the above
    >error message continued.
    >
    >IE6 started to produce error reports on a regular basis and finally
    >the PC crashed, not even restore could get the machine up and running
    >again.
    >
    >I decided to do a clean install, but use Win98SE as the OS. Everything
    >was going fine, I was installing my applications, rebooting and
    >testing. But I have a number of error messages since.
    >
    >Fatal exception OE 016F: BFF9DFFF
    >
    >This one often appears when on the 'net and using IE6.
    >
    >In addition, I had to replace my FDD and at the same time I added a
    >stick of RAM to my PC, taking the usual anti-static precautions. The
    >memory is showing in the system details in the control panel.
    >
    >I have also experienced the following, in no particular order and I
    >cannot understand why:
    >
    >Fatal exception 0E at 0028:C0005257 in VXD VMM(01) + 00004257.
    >
    >Fatal exception 0E at 0028:0000009
    >
    >Fatal exception 0E at 016F:BFF88396
    >
    >Fatal exception 0E at 0028:C004F015 in VXD VCASHE (01) + 00000775
    >
    >Fatal exception 0D at 0246:014F477FB


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    °Mike°, Jul 5, 2003
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