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Blue screen error codes How do you read?

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by robodoc, Oct 9, 2003.

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  1. robodoc

    robodoc Thread Starter

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    In trouble shooting the latest problems with my PC I get the following error codes, how does the average Joe learn how to read these?

    An exception OE has occured at 0028:C003C17E in VxD IOS(01) + 0000186E This was called from 0028:C1C323A8 in VxD volttrack(04) + 0000A18

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    An error has a occured in File name CDRMMC(01) + 000019BB ERROR: OE: 0028 : C1A2AD2B
     
  2. wizzkid

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    The average joe can't learn all these errors there are thousand of em, the best thing to do is enter the main text of the error code in to a search engine and have a look what is thrown up, there are some excellent sites about that will tell you all you need to know. This error appears to be something to do with MusicMatch and/or Cd burning.....




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  3. robodoc

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    Thanks Wizzkid, I'll give it a try. The messages are obviosly French too me, but they must be of some assistance in trouble shooting.
     
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