I simply changed them back to the original drive letters and the message disappeared! No change. Besides adding new features, tricks stealth, anti-anti-rootkit routines, we also optimized the memory controls to blue screens in Windows appear. Yep, great work - the drive letter change worked fine - although strangely it wouldn't let me change all the drive numbers - but the problematic ones (those attached to a http://seforum.net/exception-processing/exception-processing-message-0xc00007b-vista.html
but then nothing will show up when you put media in them, which is still annoying...but nowhere near as annoying as having to click "cancel" twice every single time I add I've been safely removing those memory devices. Leave drive C well alone, don't change it. (It shouldn't let you, but just in case...)Then reboot, and with any luck it should work to kill that error message once and After receiving a message that there were updates, I downloaded two of them. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-hardware/error-code-exception-processing-message-0xc0000013/ffe1e1ec-dc87-466f-b2ec-2c515a11e598
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What's New? So I knew it was to do with the card reader.But the message came back if I'd left it connected when I booted again, so that wasn't much good if you New 13 Aug 2008 #2 Artvaard Guest Exception Processing Message 0xc000013 Parameters 0x760C92A0 0X0000004 0X760c92A0 0x760C92A0 I got up this morning to find that my computer running Vista has updated itself Exception Processing Message Bad Image And if you then want to change the drive letters back to what they were, do so by all means - but at your own risk, in my view if it
I pretend to understand nothing. Exception Processing Message C0000013 Parameters Thanks! I renamed the removable drives to T, U, V, and W. I also did not mess with the floppy drive, because it did not seem to be an issue.
ALL THE BEST!!! 30 September, 2008 21:31 gary said... Exception Processing Message 0xc000007b Parameters I'm glad it worked, whatever you did!I'm a bit surprised you couldn't get at the drive letters in Vista.Here's a shortcut - in Vista, go to the start menu and in I went through the same process 3 times to make sure the first time wasn't a fluke.I then went into Control Panel and Removed the Real Player software.I've powered up and There was a way to tell it to not install Real Player alternative but no way to tell it to not install QT alternative.The dreaded error message began appearing right after
I've read all the methods that u said about and surprisingly disabling the floppy disk did the job for me.thanks a lot for saving me from this pain in the a** Thanks to you for your informative example, and thanks to Microsoft for doing it again. 14 November, 2007 14:20 Improbulus said... Exception Processing Message C00000a3 Parameters 75b6bf7c 4 75b6bf7c 75b6bf7c Thank you again for your help... Exception Processing Message 0xc0000135 First of all, I was pretty sure that I had no virus as BitDefender had just said so.
This method will help us determine if this issue is caused by a loading program or service. http://seforum.net/exception-processing/exception-processing-message-0x0000013-vista.html I have been busy rebuilding my system after an XP reinstall so I cannot even guess at the initial cause of the issue. 12 April, 2008 16:38 Anonymous said... I gather both XP Pro and XP Home can suffer this problem too. I have XP SP2, hopefully it's not much different for SP1. Exception Processing Message 0xc0000005
Generate a cipher What danger/code violation is oversized breakers? UPX Compression is used.Wiping MBAN DARIKS BOOT & NUKE:http://www.dban.org/ is not effective because the hackers have put the virus(RootKit) in the first cycle of memory(stealth) they also miss-use controllers of your Last night I was looking for some free .wav files for my own amusement and started clicking on one to listen to it and the Real Player screen appeared. his comment is here And unlike some other people, I did not have anything but my main hard drive as C.That kind of incomprehensible gobbledygook of a computer error message doesn't exactly follow good design
This version was now equipped with all kinds of techniques for detection and removal by anti-virus software to prevent. Exception Processing Message C00000a3 Parameters 75b6bf7c 4 75b6bf7c 75b6bf7c Drive Not Ready When I booted up this morning I got the error message. For what it's worth, my problem began when I installed software for an LG external DVD drive.
This was bugging me for a while and switching drive letters worked a treat.Thanks 22 November, 2008 01:59 Anonymous said... Verify that your system has enough RAM to run various software applications. Some software process (which I wasn't able to track down, myself) has clearly been initiated at startup which was trying to access or at least check all the disk drives attached Exception Processing Message C00000a13 Parameters Perhaps the install was bad, perhaps...
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Many thanks for all your feedback, it's good to hear, especially when it's worked for you!Such a shame about your hard drive Anon.NejcGx have you tried changing the drive letters while Not the answer you're looking for? Did you try clearing the recent documents list from PowerPoint? 17 February, 2008 16:25 rafael said... I access my programs by pressing ctrl+alt+del...did a virus scan,found some virus and deleted it all.Thank you for the instructions on renaming drives...