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Windows 98 KRNL 386.EXE error!!!

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by RaymondM, Feb 6, 2005.

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  1. RaymondM

    RaymondM Thread Starter

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    :eek: I am in desperate need of help. I built a computer a year ago, and everything was fine till I moved to Oklahoma. It worked great for the first few months then I started getting errors. When I rip music in Musicmatch Jukebox, or Defrag my computer, I get an error like "Defrag caused a stack fault in module KRNL 386..EXE at 0001:00002623" Is there a problem with my PC or is it a Windows 98 error and how can this be corrected.
     
  2. eddie5659

    eddie5659 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    Hiya and welcome

    Lets see what you have running:

    go to http://forum.aumha.org/downloads/hijackthis.zip , and download 'Hijack This!'.
    Unzip, doubleclick HijackThis.exe, and hit "Scan".

    When the scan is finished, the "Scan" button will change into a "Save Log" button.
    Press that, save the log somewhere, and please copy & paste its contents to the forum.

    It will possibly show other issues deserving our attention, but most of what it lists will be harmless or even required, so do NOT fix anything yet.
    Someone here will be happy to help you analyze the results.

    Regards

    eddie
     
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