N/APosted on - 01/30/2012
I went to the gas station to put some gas on my car. The station used a computerized machine for paying the consumed fuel.
I inserted my card, but I was surprised to see that there is an error message as shown below.
I was thinking why on earth do they have to put an error when customers cannot do anything about it?
Does anyone encounter the same issue?
Do you know what it means?
The exception unknown software exception (0x0eedfade) occurred in the application at location 0x77e73887.
MA7_Driver.exe – Application Error on Gas Station
Well here we use the credit card in the system and none of my friends or anyone I know have encountered this error. But I might be able to explain these to you just in case you are still wondering what type of errors are they and what they have to do with the system
This error is specifically due to the machine on which that gas station is running the software on for billing purpose. It is basically a runtime error within an application and if it is left out like that and no one bothers to solve it then it can criple the whole system causing the loss of huge data within that system.
The next code 0x77 relates to something that is wrong with the kernal.dll file in the system. It must be repaired or replaced in order to further track down the problem that is causing the problem of 0x0eedfade error.