Just lately after Windows boots I have been getting an Exception error 00 28.xxxxxxxx in vxd.--- (yes, that's a dot and three dashes, no other information is given on what device driver it is), having been called from vxd.---
The MS Knowledge Base says 00 is the divide by zero error, caused by the BIOS (see http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q140/7/21.asp
) but it is the same bios and same OS I've always had.
Which are, incidentally:
- Award Modular BIOS v 4.51
- Cyrix 6x86 processor
- Windows 95B
The KB article referred to above offers a solution for a type of harddisk which isn't mine (I don't have much info on that to be honest, the BIOS tells me it's generic type 46 and that's about it).
Any ideas, anyone?