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View information and solutions for exceptions where Windows contineus to run. If Windows crashes with a BSoD message, see our Fatal BSoD solutions. There are four types of exceptions you may encounter:

hang
Hang - If a program locks up, typically in a loop it can't get out of it's considered a hang. The program must be terminated, and any unsaved work will be lost. Other running applications are not normally affected.
   
fatal
Fatal - The program performed some action it is not allowed to do, such as dividing by zero or accessing an area of memory it does not have permission to access. Usually these are fatal and the program must be closed, but other running programs are not normally affected.
   
error
Error - The program encountered a serious error, but it might be possible to continue depending on what the issue is. Some programs will handle issues from this category, but those that fail to handle the error will normally cause Windows to terminate the program.
   
warning
Warning - Some functions return a warning, such as a printer is out of paper. Programs should handle these exceptions, usually with a warning message. When the issue is corrected, the program can continue. Many warnings are handled invisibly to the user and will not produce any message.

There is a wide range of methods Windows and applications communicate exceptions. If the message includes an Exception Code, use that number to look up the issue. Often you will have to select a button or hotlink within the message to get the exception code. For example, in some Windows Vista/7 messages you have the option "View problem details" to expand the dialog and show the Exception code.

Use our Exception Decoder to understand what the various parts of any exception code means.

 
     
  Our Top Exception Issues  
     
  0xC0000005 - Access violation
Exception: Hang - Program has stopped working
0xC000000D - Invalid parameter
0x80000002 - Alignment fault exception
0xC00000DE - Invalid domain role
 
     
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0xC0000113 - ABIOS invalid command
0xC0000114 - ABIOS invalid Location Identifier
0xC0000116 - ABIOS invalid selector
0xC0000111 - ABIOS Location Identifier already owned
0xC0000110 - ABIOS Location Identifier not exist
0xC0000112 - ABIOS not Location Identifier owner
0xC000010F - ABIOS not present
0xC0000115 - ABIOS selector not available
0xC0000022 - Access denied
0xC0000361 - Access disabled by policy default
0xC0000364 - Access disabled by policy other
0xC0000362 - Access disabled by policy path
0xC0000363 - Access disabled by policy publisher
0xC0000372 - Access disabled no safer UI by policy
0xC0000072 - Account disabled
0xC0000193 - Account expired
0xC0000234 - Account locked out
0xC000006E - Account restriction
0xC00000C2 - Adapter hardware error
0xC0000238 - Address already associated
0xC000020A - Address already exists
0xC000020B - Address closed
0xC0000239 - Address not associated
0xC0140012 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface acquire...
0xC014000C - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface address not...
0xC0140013 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface already...
0xC0140003 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface assert failed
0xC0140006 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface fatal
0xC014000E - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface handler...
0xC014000B - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface incorrect...
0xC0140011 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface invalid...
0xC0140005 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface invalid...
0xC0140008 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface invalid...
0xC014000F - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface invalid data
0xC014000D - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface invalid event...
0xC0140004 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface invalid index
0xC0140015 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface invalid mutex...
0xC0140009 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface invalid...
0xC0140001 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface invalid opcode
0xC0140010 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface invalid region
0xC0140007 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface invalid...
0xC0140019 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface invalid table
0xC014000A - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface invalid...
0xC0140016 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface mutex not...
0xC0140017 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface mutex not...
0xC0140014 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface not...
0xC0140021 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface power request...
0xC0140018 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface region space...
0xC0140020 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface register...
0xC0140002 - Advanced Configuration and Power Interface stack overflow
0xC0150020 - Advanced installer failed
0xC0000085 - Agents exhausted
0xC0000154 - Alias exists
0xC000035E - All Security Identifiers filtered
0xC0000402 - All user trust quota exceeded
0xC000022F - Allocate bucket
0xC0000099 - Allotted space exceeded
0xC0000021 - Already committed
0xC0000718 - Already registered
0xC0000451 - Ambiguous system device
0xC000035D - AppHelp block
0xC0000264 - Application error
0xC0000144 - Application error
0xC0000145 - Application error
0xC000013A - Application exit by ctrl+c
0xC0000420 - Assertion failure
0xC0000711 - Asynchronous Procedure Call returned while impersonating
0xC0000244 - Audit failed
0xC0000356 - Auditing disabled
0xC0000413 - Authentication firewall failed
0xC000A086 - Authorization IP failure
0xC0000187 - Backup controller
0xC000035B - Bad bindings
0xC0000805 - Bad clusters
0xC0000242 - Bad compression buffer
0xC000003F - Bad crc
0xC00000E7 - Bad descriptor format
0xC0000020 - Bad file
0xC0000903 - Bad file type
0xC00000FF - Bad function table
0xC000007B - Bad image
0xC0000221 - Bad image checksum
0xC00000A5 - Bad impersonation level
0xC000007D - Bad inheritance Access Control List
0xC000000A - Bad initial PC
0xC0000009 - Bad initial stack
0xC0000104 - Bad logon session state
0xC00000A9 - Bad master boot record
0xC0000908 - Bad Memory-Mapped PCI Configuration Space table
0xC00000BE - Bad network path
0xC00000C5 - Bad remote adapter
0xC0000028 - Bad stack
0xC00000A8 - Bad token type
0xC00000A7 - Bad validation class
0xC000004C - Bad working set limit
0xC0000432 - Beyond valid data length
0xC000016E - BIOS failed to connect interrupt
0xC0000023 - Buffer too small
0xC0000503 - Callback bypass
0xC0000423 - Callback pop stack