Exception Processing Message

By gavinoc46 ·
Servicing a clients Win XP Home system I get a message after wWindows has loaded 'Exception Processing Message c0000013 Parameters 75b6bf9c 4 75b6bf9c' I havn't struck that opne before, can anyone help.

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iTunes/Quicktime or Card Reader software

by MyLittleMansAnIdiot In reply to Exception Processing Mess ...

This error is most commonly connected to iTunes or Quicktime or a program called dit.exe used by some card readers. I got it just after the April Windows update. Did a little searching and found the information below.

The former can be solved by uninstalling and reinstalling iTunes/Quicktime and clearing all the associated playlists.

With the latter, run msconfig and see of dit.exe is listed in the startup routine. If so, disable it. It's not nessacary under windows xp.

If it's neither of these, it may have something to do with digital camera software, USB hub software, or even perhaps an inccorectly uninstalled piece of software.

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Removing I Tunes and Quick time

by steviemoore In reply to iTunes/Quicktime or Card ...

I tried removing both of these and i still have the problem? Any other suggestions other than a hammer through my computer? Ha.

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Exception Processing Message C000013

by cor10_31 In reply to Exception Processing Mess ...

I identified this to be a problem with Microsoft Outlook. My version of Outlook was looking to a drive that did not house any data. Because Outlook was set up to retrieve messages every few minutes, it would give me the impression that this error message was from another application. Try going to Outlook, data file management and make sure it is not pointed to one of your card reader drives for additional data. Be careful not to accidentally delete your data file. It worked for me, the message has not returned and I couldn't be happier!!!

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