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VXD VMM Errors

By ciwong ·
Anybody ever come across this "blue screen of death" error message?

A fatal exception OE has occurred at 0028:C0005338 in VXD VMM (01) +00004338. The current application will be terminated.

Happens when logging onto a network (Netware Client) just after entering name & password etc. Has also occurred when logging off too.

Machine is AMD K6-III 450, 128RAM, 4.3HDD running Win98(2nd) and Office'97.

I've checked the M$ Knowledge database, but didn't find anything... that matched.
Any clues?

Same machine craps out of Word aswell... occassionly - "illegal operation" Could this be related?

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by Dan-O In reply to VXD VMM Errors

Is this Novell's client, or Client for Netware networks?

I worked on a hybrid network where this error would occur from time to time, removing the Novell client using the unc32.exe program, then reinstalling it seemed to help. Although the problem may be Windows 98 SE...

Hope this helps.

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by dmiles In reply to VXD VMM Errors

Common for BSOD when the machine is not finished completeing a task,before starting another task that is trying to access the same device to begin and the warning will come up,a corrupt dll file may be the culprit or their is a device conflict.When you see the BSOD or when the window comes up click on the details to see what device or software is causing the problem,update dll or drivers.

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by Fred Gordon In reply to VXD VMM Errors

The error message you are getting probably indicates that corrupt data has been loaded into memory by the program that is executing. Try Ctrl-Alt-Del for a listing of programs in memory and to identify the offending program, then reinstall that program.

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by tmunkres In reply to VXD VMM Errors

On occassion, this will happen if you've added a program that updates a .VxD file. If the versions are not the same, it can **** you out. Check the file dates and see if that might have anything to do with it.

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by cajundon In reply to VXD VMM Errors

Hi,

I would suggest that you run the System File Checker.

Click on Start, go to Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and click on System File Checker. It will check your entire computer system for any changed systems files. Then you can restore any corrupt files.

Good luck!

Don Thibodaux, Independent Computer Technology Consultant.

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