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)?
A small collection of useful tips and tricks for Windows 10 users that I decided to write as a result of recent questions that were asked and answered at Experts Exchange. Two short video tutorials included. Enjoy..
In this video, viewers will be given step by step instructions on adjusting mouse, pointer and cursor visibility in Microsoft Windows 10. The video seeks to educate those who are struggling with the new Windows 10 Graphical User Interface.
In this video, viewers are given an introduction to using the Windows 10 Snipping Tool, how to quickly locate it when it's needed and also how make it always available with a single click of a mouse button, by pinning it to the Desktop Task Bar.