Posted 25 June 2009 - 05:29 PM
You wrote it all down? Wow.
I believe those errors will manifest themselves when a (possibly) 16 bit program or virtual machine tries to run on a 32 bit machine (like XP) and can't for some reason, and those are "stacks", offsets and addresses which might make sense to the program author trying to debug the program.
Generally, the program has either thrown up on itself, or had a fatal head on collision with something else.
You can click to continue, the numbers might change as it tries to go further, but there is probably no hope for it.
If you see them repeatedly, you need to try to figure out what was going on at the moment, an installation, an update, some new program, malware infection, etc. The numbers themselves are probably not much help much to lay people like me, unless they are the same every time so you might get a Google hit if it is repeatable, but there is going to be something else that needs to be fixed.
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