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Old 19-Jan-2009, 5:30 pm   #1
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Forbidden Illegal instruction exception

Fatal exception 0xC000001D

An attempt was made to execute an illegal instruction.
The processor initiates this exception when it encounters an invalid instruction. It occurs when program memory is corrupted by software, hardware or an invalid jump is made. Usually this is caused by a serious (but difficult to find) bug in a program.nbsp; It can also be caused by a range of hardware problems such as bad bits in memory or the CPU itself.
The file indicated as the source of the problem may have nothing to do with the issue.nbsp; A bug in other running software or Windows itself can corrupt memory or the stack such that the fault doesn't occur until the later identified program encounters it.

Issued by: Windows All
Vendor: Microsoft Corporation

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