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Anonymous
December 16, 2001 11:49:55 PM

What does this mean:
"an eXception 0E has occurred at 0028:4da273a4 inv VxD---This was called from 0028:c001d324 in VxD".....
I keep getting these blue screen errors after installed windows on my new athlon system...Im wondering if the amd chip is bad....or memory...I've cleared the bios and removed everything but video card, enabled sound and gameport onboard, and installed OS, but still getting the blue screen errors...Does anyone have any ideas or suggestions.

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December 17, 2001 12:44:05 AM

I found this:

<A HREF="http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=/search/...|4291550" target="_new">http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=/search/...|4291550</A>

I don't know if this is applicable in your situation, but I figured it was worth a shot, although I can't tell what operating system you are using.

I'd also check for conflicts in the Device Manager, especially pertaining to a NIC card.

Toejam31

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Anonymous
December 17, 2001 11:12:24 PM

check your system setting there could be a conflict in your device manager. most of the time if you have any conflicts this will cause a windows error to happen.
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December 21, 2001 3:20:42 PM

Ok!! I'm getting frustrated. I took all the pci cards out, and reformatted, reinstalled windows me on this soyo-k7ada board. everything was fine...then I started put each pci card in, one at a time, rebooting after each device...just fine....windows stable and no problems. I go to install microsoft office, and i get a windows protection error. then i reboot...get "rundll32 has caused an error in kernel32.dll...system hangs..no warm boot either....reboot again and again, i get serveral blue screens...what is going on....im lost for words.....the pci cards i've installed are an older tx100based network card, 2 port usb card, and a modem card....thats it..and i cannot get windows to run without errors.....never seen this before...
December 21, 2001 3:52:43 PM

I think you can basically narrow down the problem to either a outdated driver with one of your devices, such as the modem or NIC card, damaged hardware, or a problem with Microsoft Office.

<A HREF="http://www.aumha.org/a/k32fix.htm" target="_new">http://www.aumha.org/a/k32fix.htm&lt;/A>

Your best solution is to upgrade the operating system, but that might not be in your budget.

Toejam31

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December 30, 2001 12:33:42 PM

Have U found the problem?
December 30, 2001 9:11:33 PM

if you have this problem uniquely after MS office install (system fixe before), you have certainly a compatibility pb between your system & your MS Office version.

i don't know neither your OS nor your hardware

but this could appear if you try to install an up to date MS Office on an old system or the reverse.


if you know you don't know, the way could be more easy.
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