Article ID: 308366
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When you start your computer that is running Windows Millennium Edition (Me) or when you browse the Internet, the screen may turn black, and you may receive the following error message:
After you receive this error message, you may receive the following error message:
ERROR: OE: 0028: C0012D2C
The preceding eight-digit memory location may be different. If you receive these error messages while you are browsing the Internet, the program may quit.
ERROR: 0D: 0246: 014F47FB press key to continue
This issue can be caused by either incompatible or conflicting software, a damaged installation of Internet Explorer, damaged Winsock/DUN (Dial-up Networking), damaged or incompatible device drivers, or damaged operating system files.
To resolve this issue: