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Windows NT 4.0 SP3 with ACAD 14 keeps on crashing with
blue screen "kmode_exception_not_handled"
STOP: 0X0000001E
CPUID:AuthenticAMD 5.7.0 irql:0 SYSVER 0xF0000565
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Usually a KMODE exception is caused by lack of space on the harddrive but this may not be the only reason. What I need to know from you is in what module the STOP occurs. The module name is usually found on the second line (the line with KMODE written in it) at the very end and should be either ntoskrnl.exe, srv.sys, or something else similar.

Once you give me this information I will tell you what is wrong with your computer...
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