Win98 Error message

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  1. Dgual
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    Dgual Registered Member

    When shutting down i receive the following error message...............
    Fatal Exception 0E has ocurred at 0028:C02A97A8 in VXD VWIN 32 (05) 000012D0.
    I searched the microsoft site and didnt find anything.
    Hope someone can help.

    Thanks
    Dgual
  2. Primrose
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    See here for VWIN 32 issues..

    Fatal exception 0E has occurred at 0028:C02A27A8 in VXD VWIN32(05) + 000012D0/+000012D, win98

    Solutions:

    One user has reported it was caused by a bad system FAN causing overheating
    Another user has reported that this error message was caused by the Backdoor.NTHack virus which installed winproxy 3.0 (mmtask.exe) and tried to steal passwords
    0028:C02A27A8 VXD VWIN32(05) +000012D due to conflicts with Pest Patrol
    Another user has reported that it was caused by Norton AntiVirus 2001 automatic update running at startup (ntdetect in scheduled tasks). He disabled the task in safe mode, and it booted fine without the error. After manually running Live Update, he re-enabled the task and the Computer worked fine
    Another user has reported issues with the Borland Delphi software due to possible problems with the way vwin32 implements several dos-compatible system calls for device I/O ( in the shared function libraries).
    It might be caused by the DMIStart utility
    Use the MSCONFIG utility, go to the startup tab, and see if the DMStart utility is there, if it is, uncheck it, close Msconfig and reboot.

    see here for others

    http://www.techadvice.com/w98/err_with/vwin32_err.asp

    but if it is not just a one time problem and happens all of the time now..your best bet is to post a hijackthis log in the correct forum at wilders and see if you have a chance to clear it because of an exploit.
    Last edited: May 16, 2004
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