A Fatal exception

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Lori 1

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I have restarted my computer this morning 3 different times, cause I keep getting this error message:
A fatal exception O E has occurred at 17F7:000003D2.
The current application will be terinated.
push any button to continue, and I keep getting more errors simalar to the first one but with different numbers,and I have to restart my computer again.
Does anyone know why this keeps doing this? I have Win 98 SE and Internet exp 6.0. Any help would greatly be appreciated.
 
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Does this occur at random or when you are using a certain program ?
Does it occur offline as well as online ?
Have you installed/uninstalled any new programs or drivers etc recently ?
Can you post the Full Error Message ?
 

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it happened on start up 3 times this morning, and has happened off and on for a while now, it has happened while my machine is running off and on too, what programs, I don't remember. I get that error message, along with push any key to continue, then I get the same errors but with different numbers on the errors. Umm no I havent deleted any programs or anything. This morning I kept pushing my boot button until it finally started right.
 

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I got an email saying brindle posted too but thess nothing here from that person.
 
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Hello lori 1
yes I did and had the same question as Evile Ye and posted about the same time.
I deleted my post.
The e-mail was asking you to refresh your browser
 
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