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Is there a list of 0E exception codes that I can access somewhere? specifically, I'm looking for information that concerning 0028:C002C622 in VxD NTKERN(01) + 0000AA26. Thanks.
 

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I usually plug them into www.google.com and see what I come up with. There is nothing specific for that one, but you might want to review what they have here:

http://www.techadvice.com/w98/err_with/ntkern.htm

In my observation Ntkern errors that don't have a specfic cause are frequently associated with faulty ram, particularly if they occur on startup.

Swapping out sticks where possible is the best test, but you can also try a software tester available here:

http://www.simmtester.com/PAGE/products/doc/docinfo.asp

Install it to a clean floppy and boot it like a startup disk. Let it run for a couple of "burnin" loops before pressing esc to quit.
 
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