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a fatal exception error

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When I turn off my computer at night and come in the morning to start the system, I get the following errors:

"A fatal exception 06 has occurred at 1757:0000093A. The current application will be terminated.
  * press any key to terminate the current application.
  * press CTRL+ALT+DEL again to restart your computer.
You will lose any unsaved information in all applications.

          press any key to continue

(everytime I get different numbers but the same error, what I mean is that the 06 and 1757:0000093A changes.)

After I press reset button, the system will start in safe mode and continue then I shut down the system to restart again and it works fine, although sometimes when I start in safe mode it will show me a Registry problem and ask me to restore from backup and restart.

My system is
Intel pentium 133
32 meg ram
two hard drives 1.2 and 1 gigs
Ati video card with 2 vram
6x cd-rom and sound card
CTX 15" monitor

After this continued, I formatted my hard drives and reinstalled the softwares hoping to solve the problem, but I just got one this morning.

Thanks
Nabel
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I had a similar problem with my computer and it turned out to be my new hard disk going bad. I put in a different disk and it went away and a week later the disk I took out failed to even spin up. If you can, back up your primary disk, replace it and restore your data onto the new disk. This maybe sounds extreme but it's better than losing all your data.

Patrick
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