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    Hardware Guru TZ Veteran shadow_warez's Avatar
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    Exclamation Kermal 32 Errors

    is thier any way to fix kernal 32 errors without having to do a complete format? heres what i get with a media app i use,

    Event Type: Error
    Event Source: Application Error
    Event Category: None
    Event ID: 1000
    Date: 5/30/2005
    Time: 12:53:26 PM
    User: N/A
    Computer: DRAGOON
    Faulting application cinemati.exe, version, faulting module kernel32.dll, version 5.1.2600.0, fault address 0x0000d756.

    For more information, see Help and Support Center at
    0000: 41 70 70 6c 69 63 61 74 Applicat
    0008: 69 6f 6e 20 46 61 69 6c ion Fail
    0010: 75 72 65 20 20 63 69 6e ure cin
    0018: 65 6d 61 74 69 2e 65 78 emati.ex
    0020: 65 20 31 2e 30 2e 31 2e e 1.0.1.
    0028: 31 34 36 20 69 6e 20 6b 146 in k
    0030: 65 72 6e 65 6c 33 32 2e ernel32.
    0038: 64 6c 6c 20 35 2e 31 2e dll 5.1.
    0040: 32 36 30 30 2e 30 20 61 2600.0 a
    0048: 74 20 6f 66 66 73 65 74 t offset
    0050: 20 30 30 30 30 64 37 35 0000d75
    0058: 36 0d 0a 6..

    i also get that kind of error when i try veiw the properties of my network cards, and i get alot of random irq_less_not_equal_to, nothing is under the agp slot,

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    The Beast Master TZ Veteran PIPER's Avatar
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    Kernel32.dll is the 32-bit dynamic link library found in the Windows operating system kernel. It handles memory management, input/output operations, and interrupts. When Windows boots up, kernel32.dll is loaded into a protected memory space so other applications do not take that space over.

    On occasion, though, users may encounter the "invalid page fault" error.

    This error occurs when a program or application tries to access kernel32.dll's protected memory space. Sometimes the error is caused by one particular program or application, and other times it is provoked by multiple files and applications.

    If the problem results from running one application, then the application needs to be replaced. If the problem occurs when accessing multiple files and applications, the corruption is probably caused by faulty hardware.

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    Member Hawkers's Avatar
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    Your best option is to format.

    As Piper stated, something went astray in windows and it's better to format.

    Here is some general info about kernal32.dll

    What worries me is the error exists in to different instances 1) NIC properties 2) media app

    If you still get kernal error messages after a complete format then look at memory/motherboard.

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    Hardware Guru TZ Veteran shadow_warez's Avatar
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    Exclamation i have a ghost image,

    i have a ghost image of windows prio to the probs, but tis got nothin really on it, my sys specs are,

    1, DFI AD77 Infinity MOBO,
    2, AMD 1900+
    3,768 mb DDR ram,
    4,Geforce 4 MX 64 mb
    5,80 gig Seagate Baracuda SATA

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    Old and Cranky Super Moderator rik's Avatar
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    "Generally" what I have seen with the IRQ_L errors is a screwy driver, but as MS always says Almost anything can cause 'em. Try uninstalling the NIC completely. Pull it out of the system, reboot, and the reinstall it obviously with the latest drivers unless the OS is supporting it. Do the normal memtest86 running it on an extended loop. Random BSODs are a beeoch to trouble shoot that's why I recommend looping the memory test for awhile. If all that passes then try a driver rollback for the NIC. If the NIC driver is actually at fault then fixing this may fix your kernal errors also.

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