Understanding Unhandled Exception And Fatal Exception Errors

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I have a Windows PC, and recently I had got an error message on my computer saying that a fatal exception has occurred along with some code and my computer shut down unexpectedly. Can someone explain what went wrong and how to solve this problem?

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Understanding Unhandled Exception And Fatal Exception Errors

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Usually, in a computer, all the available resources including software, memory, and hardware, are shared among the various processes running in the system. If for some unexpected reason, a program is not able to complete its action because of the unavailability of resources, then that program can lead to this type of error. This exception is quite “fatal” because the data that was processed can be lost.

So you can fix this error by closing down all the programs that are running in the background because there can be conflicts between programs on which is consuming which resource or you can search for the code in Microsoft’s list of fatal errors and find your problem. There are programs which are called TSR program, that is, Terminate and Stay Resident.

These programs lead to a conflict in using the resources, so it is always better to close them when this exception is met. To close this program, you need to go to the task manager by pressing and holding control + alt + delete and selecting the program that you want to stop by clicking on the disable button.

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