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Fatel exception 0E

By klside ·
"Fatel exception 0E has occured at 0028:0003c72 in VXD VMM(01)+00002c72"
I get this message every time I close down. I have a 160Mhz 486 running Windows 95 with 64 meg of RAM. I recently uninstalled some shareware HTML editors. Any ideas on how I can fix this? Thanks

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by jmar In reply to Fatel exception 0E

Try reinstalling the shareware HTML editors that you uninstalled.

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by dmiles In reply to Fatel exception 0E

You can try updating the bios along with the driver updates,but you will,try reloading the OS from the cd-rom to get rid of error message.The virtual device that is being accessed at shut down is not working properly,also try booting to the safe mode screen and select the step by step,and answer Y to each line.

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by inqbbus In reply to Fatel exception 0E

Most likely an out-dated device driver. Try updating your device drivers for the soundcard and video card. Look at MS KB article here:
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q137/3/35.asp?LN=EN-US&SD=gn&FR=0

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by klside In reply to Fatel exception 0E
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by logon02 In reply to Fatel exception 0E

you are getting this error becauseof a vxd file error.you need to restore you windows vdx file from your windows cd. and then restore the windows registry. this will get ride of blue screen. as a last resort, back-up you harddrive and restore win95.

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by klside In reply to Fatel exception 0E
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by steveh In reply to Fatel exception 0E

This behavior can occur if your video adapter uses the Tseng Labs ET6000 chip
set.
When McAfee VirusScan95 detects a virus, it switches to MS-DOS mode. The video
adapter drivers for the Tseng Labs ET6000 chip set do not handle this change
correctly.
To fix, upgrade to Release 6, version 4.03.4800 or later of the Tseng Labs ET6000 video adapter driver for Windows 95. To obtain this driver, contact Tseng Labs.

Hope this helps. Good luck!

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