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File is there any file in windows by the name of coc46.sys

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    prayag_78 Jul 01, 2008

    there is a file by the name of coc46.sys. its a system file in windows environment, it can be xp,me 98,2000 or vista.

    problem the system is giving random blue screens and every time there is a different stopecode. os is xp! and the reason for this behaviour is that file. now this was a question by my training manager. i am a desktop tech i provide voice support to customers once they dial a toll free number. the name of the company i work for i shall disclose it later. i am still hunting for that file coc46.sys. and that file is present some where! any help!

  • prayag_78
    prayag_78 Jul 01, 2008

    coc46.sys is there so far its a mystri and i will find it someday. if you type coc46.sys in google search bar and do not get any result donot make assumptions like "there is no file by that name" i am looking for a genious to answear this ouestion? a novice please ignore it ! its not of your level.

  • Cnythia Miller May 11, 2010

    Dear prayag_78,
    I could not even find that file on www.microsoft.com? coc46.sys?
    Did you misspell file? Could be a virus file?
    Sorry

  • Cnythia Miller May 11, 2010

    prayag 78,


    What Windows version? Could not find in XP

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Hi,
no. there is nothing like that

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Far as I know there is NO file system file by the name of coc46.sys.

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    Shaun Harris Jul 01, 2008

    Where did you come across that name from?

  • Shaun Harris
    Shaun Harris Jul 01, 2008

    I think VRABBY is right, like I said before I don't think there is a sysytem file by that name. You can take a XP disk and do a search of it including the hidden files and the system files (you have to tell your computer to look into them). Do the same for your computer and again you have to tell your computer to look into the hidden and system files because it won't unless you tell it. You could also go to microsoft and do a search there for that file. If it was a stop code then there should have been some numbers on that blur screen and that's where you should start to look, the codes that it gives you and that might lead you to your answer.

    You should not have been so quick to lock the rating as Thanks for Trying. We are trying to help you so after it's all said and done and we have exhausted all means of information then you rate.

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