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My system crashes at least 10 times a day becaus of this error: 0E error 0028: c004e99a in VXD VCACHE(01) + 0000019a. This cannot be a memory problem: I have enough RAM, and a good processor and I never exceed (even with lots of applications started) three quarters of their capacity. I have in deed a problem with an USB drive (that I deactivated from the control panel). Can anyone help me pls?

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This question was answered on July 31, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Hello,

From what i have found out through my searches online about this matter VXD Errors are device driver errors - VCache suggests video Cache memory access error - update your video driver or the device driver of any new hardware installed before the error began to occur!

I also seen a few people say it has to do with bad/ damaged RAM, whether it video card ram or physical ram

So try the first option i suggested and then see what happens with that.

I hope this has helped you.

Good luck

- stanley alexander

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on July 31, 2003