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Cd-rom Problems

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Recently, when I tried using my CDRom drive the process was stalled and the
following notice was given on a blue screen:
An exception 0E has occured at 0028:C18B83BF in VxD CDFS (03) +
000070CF. This was called from 0028:C158A5A0 in VxD CDFS (04) + 00000020.

Now, whenever I try to use it the computer shuts down as the CDRom drive starts reading the inserted disk.

What should I do?
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Click Here to view Microsoft Knowledge Base Article "Fatal Exception 0E with Multiple MS-DOS Device Names in Path"

Scroll down to Resolution, and you'll find a link to a fix it. <_<

For Windows 98 and Windows 98 Second Edition
Download 256015usa8.exe now

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