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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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0xC000A012 - Hop limit exceeded
0xC0000350 - Host down
0xC000023D - Host unreachable
0xC0000185 - I/O device error
0xC0040039 - I/O reissue as cached
0xC0000278 - I/O reparse data invalid
0xC0000276 - I/O reparse tag invalid
0xC0000277 - I/O reparse tag mismatch
0xC0000279 - I/O reparse tag not handled
0xC000006B - Ill formed password
0xC0000160 - Ill formed service entry
0xC0000161 - Illegal character
0xC0000285 - Illegal element address
0xC00000AF - Illegal function
0xC0000269 - Illegal system DLL relocation
0xC000010E - Image already loaded
0xC000019D - Image already loaded as DLL
0xC000042B - Implementation limit
0xC019003A - In doubt transactions exist
0xC0000006 - In page error
0xC0000424 - Incompatible driver blocked
0xC000004D - Incompatible file map
0xC00000CB - Incorrect network resource type
0xC0000149 - Incorrect password to Local Area Network manager server
0xC0000148 - Incorrect system call level
0xC00000D4 - Incorrect volume
0xC0000004 - Info length mismatch
0xC00000AB - Instance not available
0xC00000AA - Instruction misalignment
0xC0000250 - Insufficient logon info
0xC00002DE - Insufficient power
0xC0000416 - Insufficient resource for specified shared section size
0xC000009A - Insufficient resources
0xC000013D - Insufficient resources on remote computer
0xC0000205 - Insufficient server resources
0xC00000E4 - Internal database corruption
0xC0000158 - Internal database error
0xC00000E5 - Internal error
0xC0360001 - Internet Protocol Security bad security parameters index
0xC0360007 - Internet Protocol Security clear text dropped
0xC0360006 - Internet Protocol Security integrity check failed
0xC0360005 - Internet Protocol Security invalid packet
0xC000A010 - Internet Protocol Security queue overflow
0xC0360004 - Internet Protocol Security replay check failed
0xC0360002 - Internet Protocol Security security association lifetime...
0xC0360003 - Internet Protocol Security wrong security association
0xC0000077 - Invalid Access Control List
0xC0000062 - Invalid account name
0xC0000141 - Invalid address
0xC0000207 - Invalid address component
0xC0000208 - Invalid address wildcard
0xC0000173 - Invalid block length
0xC0000206 - Invalid buffer size
0xC0000417 - Invalid C runtime parameter
0xC000000B - Invalid Client identifier
0xC0000122 - Invalid computer name
0xC0000140 - Invalid connection
0xC0000369 - Invalid device object parameter
0xC0000010 - Invalid device request
0xC0000184 - Invalid device state
0xC0000026 - Invalid disposition
0xC0000251 - Invalid DLL entry point
0xC00000DE - Invalid domain role
0xC00000DD - Invalid domain state
0xC00000A4 - Invalid group attributes
0xC0000008 - Invalid handle
0xC0000260 - Invalid hardware profile
0xC0000084 - Invalid ID authority
0xC0000428 - Invalid image hash
0xC000012E - Invalid image LE format
0xC000011B - Invalid image NE format
0xC000012F - Invalid image not MZ
0xC0000130 - Invalid image protect
0xC0000131 - Invalid image Windows 16
0xC0000359 - Invalid image Windows 32
0xC000035A - Invalid image Windows 64
0xC000036F - Invalid import of non DLL
0xC0000716 - Invalid Internationalized Domain Name normalization
0xC0000446 - Invalid label
0xC000011A - Invalid Local Domain Table descriptor
0xC0000119 - Invalid Local Domain Table offset
0xC0000118 - Invalid Local Domain Table size
0xC000001E - Invalid lock sequence
0xC000006F - Invalid logon hours
0xC000010B - Invalid logon type
0xC000001F - Invalid mapping
0xC000017B - Invalid member
0xC0000702 - Invalid message
0xC00000C3 - Invalid network response
0xC00000E3 - Invalid oplock protocol
0xC000005A - Invalid owner
0xC0000045 - Invalid page protection
0xC0000003 - Invalid parameter
0xC00000EF - Invalid parameter 1
0xC00000F8 - Invalid parameter 10
0xC00000F9 - Invalid parameter 11
0xC00000FA - Invalid parameter 12
0xC00000F0 - Invalid parameter 2
0xC00000F1 - Invalid parameter 3
0xC00000F2 - Invalid parameter 4