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start up problem Windows Me

by dyfedm / July 25, 2010 5:59 AM PDT

Screen shows WIN 32(01)+000013Co error:OE:0028:C0030AEC
what do I do? Help please anybody who knows!

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Those codes
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / July 25, 2010 7:13 AM PDT

Those codes do not tell us anything useful other than windows failed in some way.

I know it sounds incredible but all the other details are more useful than that code.
Bob

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Me start up
by dyfedm / July 25, 2010 8:09 AM PDT
In reply to: Those codes

perhaps I should start in safe mode and look at registry but I would not know what to do?

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As you have heard.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / July 25, 2010 8:20 AM PDT
In reply to: Me start up

"Story matters here."

You gave the code which doesn't relate well to what causes said codes but no make, model, story, or even simple maintenance such as we read at http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-11319_7-6240575-1.html

The more you write the more likely some one will note it could be this or that.
Bob

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Crash diagnostics needed
by otr_man / July 31, 2010 4:15 AM PDT
In reply to: As you have heard.

Any of the following crash diagnostics utilities in Windows ME might provide clues as to the cause of the fault -


1. Did Dr Watson diagnose the fault?

C:\WINDOWS\DRWATSON.EXE


2. What were the relevent entries (for the date and time of the crash) in the BootLog?

C:\BOOTLOG.TXT


3. What were the relevent entries (for the date and time of the crash) in the Windows Fault log?

C:\WINDOWS\FAULTLOG.TXT


4. What were the relevent entries (for the date and time of the crash) in the Windows Initialisation Log?

C:\WINDOWS\WININIT.LOG


5. What were the relevent entries (for the date and time of the crash) in the Windows Management Log?

C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\WBEM\Logs\WinMgmt.log


Note: Some of these are hidden files. You will have to select the option 'Show hidden files and folders' in Windows Explorer > Tools > Folder Options.

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