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Old 20th July, 2003, 11:16 PM
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shutdown bluescreen

can anyone please tell me what the bluescreen "FATAL EXCEPTION 08 AT 3246: 00000028" means?
I get it nearly every time I try to shutdown.
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Old 20th July, 2003, 11:52 PM
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can anyone please tell me what the bluescreen "FATAL EXCEPTION 08 AT 3246: 00000028" means?
I get it nearly every time I try to shutdown.
Welcome to AOA Forums, virgin!

Why not see if the Help or Help and Support feature on the Start Menu will let you look up "Fatal Exception 08" at MS?
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Old 21st July, 2003, 12:11 AM
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Welcome to AOA Forums, virgin!

Why not see if the Help or Help and Support feature on the Start Menu will let you look up "Fatal Exception 08" at MS?

I have tried putting it in at the search window on the help page at microsoft support,but only get a page of 0E and 06 problems. have printed-off a dozen or so knowledge-base pages on shutdown problems etc.,but no answer or cure yet.
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Old 22nd July, 2003, 04:17 AM
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Are you overclocked at all?
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Old 23rd July, 2003, 06:53 PM
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Are you overclocked at all?
just standard windows 98SE and athlon - no overclocking at all.
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Old 23rd July, 2003, 07:59 PM
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windows 98SE
Theres your first problem

Is windows updated all the way?
Are your ram settings set too high or do you have them set to default?
Do all other programs run good or do some crash?
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Old 23rd July, 2003, 09:31 PM
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[QUOTE=BigRed]Theres your first problem

Is windows updated all the way?
YES

Are your ram settings set too high or do you have them set to default?
NOT SURE WHAT YOU MEAN. 512MB, WITH AWARD BIOS.

Do all other programs run good or do some crash?
IT SOMETIMES CRASHES WHILST APPLICATIONS ARE AUTO-STARTING ONCE WINDOWS HAS STARTED, AND CAN THEN TAKE ABOUT TWENTY MINUTES OF REBOOTING BEFORE FULLY OPERATIONAL. IT ALMOST ALWAYS GIVES THIS BLUESCREEN MESSAGE WHEN I TRY TO SHUTDOWN.
SHUTS DOWN OK IF I EVER REACH SAFE MODE THOUGH.
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Is windows updated all the way?
YES

Are your ram settings set too high or do you have them set to default?
NOT SURE WHAT YOU MEAN. 512MB, WITH AWARD BIOS.

Do all other programs run good or do some crash?
IT SOMETIMES CRASHES WHILST APPLICATIONS ARE AUTO-STARTING ONCE WINDOWS HAS STARTED, AND CAN THEN TAKE ABOUT TWENTY MINUTES OF REBOOTING BEFORE FULLY OPERATIONAL. IT ALMOST ALWAYS GIVES THIS BLUESCREEN MESSAGE WHEN I TRY TO SHUTDOWN.
SHUTS DOWN OK IF I EVER REACH SAFE MODE THOUGH.
Since you dont know what im talking about on the ram timings im sure they are still at default unless you went into the bios and were randomly changing numbers.

I can probably chalk this one up under the virtues of windows 98. When was the last time you formatted and reinstalled? Win9x code has a tendency to self destruct after a while of operation
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Old 26th July, 2003, 10:47 PM
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Since you dont know what im talking about on the ram timings im sure they are still at default unless you went into the bios and were randomly changing numbers.

I can probably chalk this one up under the virtues of windows 98. When was the last time you formatted and reinstalled? Win9x code has a tendency to self destruct after a while of operation
I'm afraid it is a new installation,only a week or so old. I have been loading quite a few programs into it and have a few partitions - may be expecting too much of the world's first plug-and-pray product!
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Old 27th July, 2003, 06:18 AM
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I'm afraid it is a new installation,only a week or so old. I have been loading quite a few programs into it and have a few partitions - may be expecting too much of the world's first plug-and-pray product!
Exactly what programs do you have installed? Its probably one of them thats upsetting windows.
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Exactly what programs do you have installed? Its probably one of them thats upsetting windows.



Have you installed software that is not compatible with windows 98? You need to read the information on software before installing with windows 98, windows 98 is old stuff, you need to upgrade.

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