protection fault

  yaesu 20:32 08 Mar 04
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Hi folks
any ideas why a previously reliable machine would suddenly freeze with the following
"Kernel32 caused a general protection fault in module386.exe at 0001:00007a2" the only way out was a manual switch off.
Thanks.
Yaesu

  Paranoid Android 21:00 08 Mar 04

Knowing your OS would help.

click here;en-us;q82710

Marvin

  Valvegrid 21:07 08 Mar 04
  Valvegrid 21:11 08 Mar 04

Sorry, try this one: click here

  yaesu 21:12 08 Mar 04

Whoops, I'm losing the thread, sorry for the pun!
It's 98se.I'll now look at the two links and let you know.
Yaesu

  yaesu 21:24 08 Mar 04

Thanks folks, no doubt I'll find the answer here. Sorry but I still have to work for a loiving so it'll have to wait until tomorrow. Will be back then. (As an extra I've recently (it's been ok since so this isn't the cause, probably!) changed from BT surftime to BTYahoo surftime and it's Sloooow in comparison.))
Regards and thanks
Yaesu.

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