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Win98SE Fatal Exception 0D PLEASE HELP

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by Jelieber, Nov 3, 2019.

  1. Jelieber

    Jelieber Thread Starter

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    I just made a new install of Windows 98SE and it's been working perfectly. But after installing the driver's for a Logitech Home webcam, whenever I close an application that uses the webcam (except for the simple camera games it came with) I get "A Fatal Exception 0D has occurred at 52F0:00008B0A. The current application will be terminated". Now I can just press a key and it'll continue working fine but when I tried NetMeeting it'll give me an irrecoverable error and I have to restart. I also noticed that some of the files on the disc the webcam came with seemed to be corrupted..like "_ninstall.ex_". Any help is appreciated.

    -Jacob
     
  2. Couriant

    Couriant Trusted Advisor

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    Have you tried uninstalling, rebooting and reinstalling the driver?
     
  3. Jelieber

    Jelieber Thread Starter

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    Yep, I've tried that a few times..eventually gave up on it and installed Windows ME, it has much better driver support. When I upgraded I didn't even have to find any driver's, everything just worked, but I still decided not to install the driver's using the CD and instead used windows itself and it works just fine. Now I just have to find some good games to play and stuff to do on it. The only reason I got a windows 9x system was so I could use my printer (HP 650C) as that's the only type the driver's will work on. Thanks for the recommendation anyways.

    -Jacob
     
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