Fatal Exception 0E at 0028:c028bac6 in VXD Vwin32(05)...
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Windows 98 and Windows Me Error Message Resource Center
When you start your computer after upgrading to Windows 98, you mayreceive one or more of the following error messages:
Fatal Exception 0E at 0028:c028bac6 in VXD Vwin32(05)+0000281a
dmistart timed out waiting for INITCOMPLETE message from c:\program files\intel\ldcm\win32sl.exe -i -r
ia error, ..\..\dmispio.cpp::320 unable to register with service provider.
Microsoft visual C++ runtime library:
runtime error! c:\program files\intel\ldcm\ci\ia\ciamngr.exe
abnormal program termination.
dmistart caused an IPF in module dmistart.exe at 015f:00401a0c
You may also receive a series of "Invalid page fault" error messagesin files with the ._ac extension.
This behavior can occur if your computer automatically starts the third-party Desktop Management Interface (DMI) Start utility.
To resolve this issue, contact the manufacturer of the DMIStart utility to inquire about the availability of a fix for this issue.
To work around this issue, disable the DMIStart utility:
- Restart the computer. Press and hold down the CTRL key until the Windows 98 Startup menu appears, and then choose Safe Mode.
- Click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click System Information.
- On the Tools menu, click System Configuration Utility.
- On the Startup tab, click to clear the check box next to DMIStart.
- Click OK. When you are prompted to restart the computer, click Yes.
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Article ID: 190915 - Last Review: 01/11/2015 01:54:15 - Revision: 1.2
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