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By electronics2667 ·
My computer is giving me this error----Afatal exception OD has occurred at 0028:c00152FBin VxD VMM (01)+ 00142FB. The current application will be terminated. Then i hit enter & i get this. An exception OD has occurred at 0028:c0014DC8 in V+D---. This was called from 0028:c0015B15 in V+D---. It may be possible to continuenormally, but i can't. I have to hit the re-start button everytime. please somone help help!!!!!!!! THANKS LEROY E-MAIL ADDRESSES--electronics2667@yahoo.com

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by csmith In reply to A Fatal Exception

VMM is the
Virtual Memory Manager.
An error here is usually caused by a serious error in memory allocation by either the OS or the Application.
Since neither are stated, no accurate advice is possible because there are too many possibilities andnot enough space (Char limit is 1930).
Yes, it is almost impossible to continue after a memory allocation error.
Regards, Chris

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by jkaras In reply to A Fatal Exception

I got a simular error once at work, not 100% sure it's the same but, norton antivirus was causing this error. After hours of troubleshooting I removed norton and all was fine. I later reinstalled it and it never reoccurred, might want to give it a try.

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by csmith In reply to A Fatal Exception

The meaning and troubleshooting method is dependent on the OS and Version.
The Shutdown Update was mentioned, but the address id is not correct.
This will probably require troubleshooting using System Information.
Have you installed ALL OF THE UPDATES?
Regards, Chris

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