Identifying Bad app referenced in Blue Screen of death
I nee help in identifying what is causing a recurring Blue Screen of death. (Message: A Fatal exception OE has occured at 014F:BFF9A08C). This is kind of a generic question as it happends to me (WIN98 SE) and my father just started having it happen (Win 95a) so I am hoping that the technique to identify problem will apply in both operating systems.
In my machine the memory address is the same each time. I have tried to look for a "memory map" which shows what is running at that specific point and can't find one in WIndows or Norton Utilities (which is installed). I thought I have seen a "map" before but can't remember where.
This problem doesn't occur often enough to try the old solution of shutting everything down and selectively adding apps to find which is broken - the problem may occur on my machine once every 4-6 days and this is my main production machine which I cannot take down for that long.
Anybody know how to find a memory map (perhaps in Windows or Norton Utliities or some shareware/freeware product)?
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