Fixing up fatal exception error.

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My computer is facing a fatal exception error but i don't know the recovery process.

What is the process of fixing it?

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Fixing up fatal exception error.

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Fatal exception errors are just indicators that your Windows operating system was able to catch and terminate a defective process from running prior to it causing any fatal damage to the system. You need not worry that much as there are lots of troubleshooting steps that you can try to help you get rid of the error message.

You will need to recall first when you started seeing that error and remember what have you altered or installed into your system prior to seeing it.

Next thing to do is to observe what triggers or when does the fatal exception error occur when you are using your computer. If you have recalled this needed information, please click this link and check the troubleshooting steps that Microsoft suggests depending on the situation that you have.

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Fixing up fatal exception error.

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Fatal exception error occurs when you attempt to shut down or start Windows, or to start an application in Windows.

Those are codes that programs return in following cases:

1. When access to the illegal instruction happens

2. When there is access to invalid data or code

3. When the level of privilege of an operation seems to be invalid

Problem is that there are multiple scenarios when these fatal errors occur, so you should record error code. See this article for complete lest of error codes: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/150314

What you should initially do is to try a „clean boot“ of your Windows.

1. Click “Start” button

2. Click “Run” (on Windows 98/2000/XP), type in text field “msconfig” and press Enter on your keyboard ; or on Windows Vista/7 type in search field above Start button msconfig and click on msconfig service in search results

3. Go to “Startup”  tab

Now uncheck all boxes that you do not want to start with Windows (you should only leave your antivirus and system-related tasks /drivers and similar/)

4. Go to “Services” tab

Tick box “Hide all Microsoft services”

Now uncheck all boxes except the ones for your antivirus software and drivers-related services.

5. Click “Apply” and then “Ok”.

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