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#1 krieser

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Posted 19 February 2004 - 02:52 AM

Hey folks! Does anyone know what this message might mean? I got an error like this today, after WinXP Pro locked up and I had to shut off the power to reboot. I've never seen anything like it before and google couldn't turn up anything useful in english. It seems to come up before the OS even starts to load, so this may be more appropriate in the hardware section (although I blame MS for everything).

TRAP 0000006 ======EXCEPTION======

tr=0028 cr0=80000011 c2=00000000 cr3=00039000
gdt limit=03FF base=0003F000 idt limit=07FF base=0003F400

cs:eip=0008:8016500C ss:esp=0010:005FBF4 errcode=0000
flags=00010097 Cy NoZr IntDis Down TrapDis

eax=0005FC99 cbx=0005FFD8 eox=0000000A edx=004164D2
ds=0010 es=0010

edi=0005FD3A esi=0005FFFC ebp=0005FE1F er0=80000011
fs=0030 gs=0000

From the message, I ctrl-alt-del'd and WinXP ran CHKDSK on two partitions. Any thoughts? :)

#2 krieser

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Posted 19 February 2004 - 02:56 AM

It actually may not be the exact message I got. I wrote down about half the message to research later, and then said 'screw it' and rebooted. I found exerpt in another forum and it looks identical, but the forum didn't really seem to provide any useful feedback. I'm a little worried it's hard disk related since the drive kicked in before windows locked up...

Thanks in advance!! :)

#3 TCH-Dick

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Posted 19 February 2004 - 10:03 AM

found this on google.


THE BLACK SCREEN OF DEATH!

TRAP 00000006 ===================== EXCEPTION
================================


tr=0028 cr0=00000011 cr2=00000000 cr3=000000000
gdt limit=03FF base=00017000 idt limit=07FF base=00017400

cd:eip=0008:412AC1B7 ss:esp=0010:00061FEB errcode=0000
flags=00010013 Cy NoZr IntDis Down TrapDis
eax=023EE94A ebx=00401280 ecx=0000FE18 edx=534D0040 ds=0010 es=0010
edi=00461643 esi=00051D68 ebp=000609E8 cr0=00000011 fs=0030 gs=0000

I have not the faintest idea as to what all this means but I have a feeling
that the "Cy NoZr Int Did Down TrapDis" bit might be telling me that the
problem lies in the hard disk (though I'm probably talking through my
heatsink and fan!).

To solve the problem, take the following steps: -

Set the Bios to boot from CD-ROM

Place the XP CD-ROM in the drive.

Boot the PC and when prompted tell it to boot from the CD.

You are asked if you want to install Windows or go into Repair mode (Console
Mode) - choose the install option.

The procedure then detects that you already have Windows XP install and asks
you if you want a new installation or if you want to repair the existing
installation. Choose the latter option - REPAIR THE EXISTING INSTALLATION.

Then you just sit back for half-an-hour. You may get occasional prompts
regarding drivers for hardware installed or updated since the original
installation and if you have those drivers on the hard disk you can do them
at that point or later on as you prefer.

This will fix the installation but you will then need to apply any Service
Packs
and ensure that you are fully up-to-date via Windows Update.

The end result is a fully fixed installation that look and works exactly as
it did before.

During the process a reinstallation of Windows takes place although all the
installed applications and data seem properly to be registered afterwards
and nothing has been found to be missing.

This problem has now occurred to me several times on two different PCs so
the repair feature on the XP CD is worth its weight in gold.

I'm pretty convinced that, for whatever reason, the boot sector plus some
other stuff (that prevents FIXBOOT and.or FIXMBR from working) is being
trashed but, whatever the reason, this solution has worked every time.

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#4 krieser

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Posted 21 February 2004 - 11:22 PM

Thanks TCH-Mike!!! Thumbs Up
I did read this, but have not had a chance to try it. I wanted to backup some data first (which I haven't done it like 8 months). I'm getting CHKDSK running every boot on a partition on my second hard disk. Kind of weird when there's nothing on it except the files winxp put there during partitioning... :)

#5 DarqFlare

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Posted 22 February 2004 - 02:57 PM

I'm with Mike here, I would try repairing.

#6 richards

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Posted 26 February 2005 - 12:08 PM

Had similiar problem late last night when I installed a refurb MB, trying to find out what the hell is going on.

My first though was HDD, without the drive connected received the same error.
I looked on the web and found something about over clocking.

At the time I did not think of it, I installed my old processor which is 1.1 ghz and the screen showed 1.4ghz.

I changed the clock speed from 133 to 100 and when I restarted the screen showed 1.1ghz which no problems.

Hope this helps.. ;)

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Posted 26 February 2005 - 12:55 PM

At the time I did not think of it, I installed my old processor which is 1.1 ghz and the screen showed 1.4ghz.

I changed the clock speed from 133 to 100 and when I restarted the screen showed 1.1ghz which no problems.

Yes, having the motherboard run at the same FSB speed that the processor is expecting is a good thing! ;)
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Posted 26 February 2005 - 02:08 PM

Welcome to the forums Richard ;)

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#9 TCH-Don

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Posted 26 February 2005 - 02:13 PM

Welcome to the forum Richard ;)

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Posted 26 February 2005 - 06:09 PM

Welcome to the Forums Richard, ;)

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Posted 28 November 2009 - 05:15 AM

i hope this forum solve my problem, i have similar problem with trap 0000006 exception.
the problem is that i cannot even boot to my installation disk, it restart automatically
and the problem turns over and over again. please i need help.

#12 gexgeko

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Posted 27 December 2009 - 08:19 AM

Hello
I stumbled accross this forum looking for the answer to this very same problem I had.
Yesterday I purchased this Barebone Kit - Gigabyte MA785GM-US2H Mobo, AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ CPU, Corsair 1024MB DDR2 RAM, WD Caviar Blue HD, Gigabyte GZPH2A30 Mid-Tower Case, Ultra LS500 500W PSU.
I assembled everything and slapped in my xp64Bit cd to which i thought i had the sata driver slipstreamed on the disk.

It turned out the driver was not slipstreamed and after a failed install i had the very same issue....Trap 00000006 Exception.
Its now 8 am and iv'e been working on this since 4 am this morning and is finally working.

This is what I did.
First i jumpered out the CMOS (look in the manual 4 how to) to reset to factory defaults.
Then i went and SET OPTOMIZED DEFAULTS within the BIOS and TADA! i temporarily installed a Floppy disk drive to incorporate the required SATA drivers for the MOBO.

It's all good now.

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i hope this forum solve my problem, i have similar problem with trap 0000006 exception.
the problem is that i cannot even boot to my installation disk, it restart automatically
and the problem turns over and over again. please i need help.



#13 gexgeko

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Posted 27 December 2009 - 08:34 AM

This is normally how to fix istall problems.
But as the previous poster also said,you CANNOT get to the point of a repair, it simply Cycles over and over and over and over.

My problem was doing a install without the required sATA driver and a incorrect MOBO setting.
During the text-mode phase of the setup process, Windows pauses briefly and prompts you to press F6. This option is displayed in the status line and lets you use an OEM mass storage controller driver. The F6 option is provided strictly as a means to install OEM drivers for mass storage controllers only. This is required to let the installation of the operating system continue. Microsoft does not support using F6 to install any device driver other than mass storage controller drivers.

You have to be quick on the trigger to press F6 to install the drivers. The pause is in fact brief.



found this on google.


THE BLACK SCREEN OF DEATH!

TRAP 00000006 ===================== EXCEPTION
================================


tr=0028 cr0=00000011 cr2=00000000 cr3=000000000
gdt limit=03FF base=00017000 idt limit=07FF base=00017400

cd:eip=0008:412AC1B7 ss:esp=0010:00061FEB errcode=0000
flags=00010013 Cy NoZr IntDis Down TrapDis
eax=023EE94A ebx=00401280 ecx=0000FE18 edx=534D0040 ds=0010 es=0010
edi=00461643 esi=00051D68 ebp=000609E8 cr0=00000011 fs=0030 gs=0000

I have not the faintest idea as to what all this means but I have a feeling
that the "Cy NoZr Int Did Down TrapDis" bit might be telling me that the
problem lies in the hard disk (though I'm probably talking through my
heatsink and fan!).

To solve the problem, take the following steps: -

Set the Bios to boot from CD-ROM

Place the XP CD-ROM in the drive.

Boot the PC and when prompted tell it to boot from the CD.

You are asked if you want to install Windows or go into Repair mode (Console
Mode) - choose the install option.

The procedure then detects that you already have Windows XP install and asks
you if you want a new installation or if you want to repair the existing
installation. Choose the latter option - REPAIR THE EXISTING INSTALLATION.

Then you just sit back for half-an-hour. You may get occasional prompts
regarding drivers for hardware installed or updated since the original
installation and if you have those drivers on the hard disk you can do them
at that point or later on as you prefer.

This will fix the installation but you will then need to apply any Service
Packs
and ensure that you are fully up-to-date via Windows Update.

The end result is a fully fixed installation that look and works exactly as
it did before.

During the process a reinstallation of Windows takes place although all the
installed applications and data seem properly to be registered afterwards
and nothing has been found to be missing.

This problem has now occurred to me several times on two different PCs so
the repair feature on the XP CD is worth its weight in gold.

I'm pretty convinced that, for whatever reason, the boot sector plus some
other stuff (that prevents FIXBOOT and.or FIXMBR from working) is being
trashed but, whatever the reason, this solution has worked every time.



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Posted 27 December 2009 - 09:10 AM

Welcome to the forums gexgeko and thanks for the info. :dance:

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Posted 27 December 2009 - 09:27 AM

Welcome to the forum, gexgeko. :dance:
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Posted 11 June 2014 - 02:41 AM

Hi,

 

Sorry for bumping up this old topic, but I've got the same problem except it's happening right after I try to boot the Windows XP install cd from the drive. I can't start my old windows installation because there is something wrong with it and it keeps restarting the computer.

 

Any idea?

 

Thanks






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