BSOD on Win98 SE from V2.7

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  1. dmcdaniel

    dmcdaniel Registered Member

    Aug 22, 2007
    Hello Everyone,

    I am having an issue with Windows 98 and ESET Nod32 V2.7. Let me first start by saying, I have had NOD32 installed on Windows 98 for almost a year with little to no problems. I have it installed on 8 machines running the enterprise edition. We have it running the updates using a internal HTTP server from a Windows XP machine.

    Recently, we started getting the BSOD from windows. The error code states (but not exact) Fatal Exception in 0D from 0028:C0001SE1. I of course have no idea what this means and I don't know how to do a Memory dump on a windows 98 SE computer. (From what I hear, there isn't a way to do this). I am trying to figure out what may be causing this problem. Below are the things I have done to try to correct it.

    1) Uninstalled the AV and deleted all Registry files and folders left behind.
    2) Fresh install of Windows 98 SE and AV ONLY
    3) Turned off Auto Update
    4) Turned off IMON, DMON and EMON
    5) Turned off Advanced Heuristics
    6) Tried updating directly from website rather than HTTP Server
    7) Limited connections to Windows XP Pro HTTP Server
    :cool: Staggered the Updates every few hours

    None of the above attempts have stopped it from blue screening completely.

    Any help is greatly appreciated.

  2. BFG

    BFG Registered Member

    Oct 27, 2004
    San Diego

    What leads you to believe that NOD32 is responsible for the crashes? Did you make any changes to the system prior to the onset of the issue?

    Also, what's the exact error code please, and is it the same each time?

    Thank you,
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