16 bit MS-DOS subsystem error messages at bootup using XP Pro SP2
Posted on 2007-07-26
I am experiencing 3 different, but, related error message at startup of Windows XP Pro SP2. The 3 error messages are contained within a small window titled "16 bit MS-DOS Subsystem" . The first error message reads as follows: c:\windows\system32\DL96E4~1.exe The NTVDM CPU has encountered an illegal instruction CS: 0000 IP: 0077 OP:fO 37 05 0e 02. The second error message reads exactly the same with the exception of two things, namely, the file involved, namely, DLLH8J~3.exe and the address. And, finally, the third error message reads the same two with the exception of file name, which is DL9AE4~1.exe and of course the address is different as well.
To reillerated, all three of these error messages are stated within a window titled 16 bit MS-DOS subsystem. If I click Close three times, one for each window, the error windows disappear and I am able to commence applications on my pc. While these error messages do not seem to pose a serious threat, they are annoying and hopefully can be taken care of.
In closing, any help regarding this technical concern will be appreciated. I look forward to hearing back from everybody.