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Error - Kernel32.dll
Microsoft defines Kernel32 errors as follows:
"The Kernel32.dll file is a 32-bit dynamic link library file that is found in Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows Millenium Edition (Me). The Kernel32.dll file handles memory management, input/output operations, and interrupts. When you start Windows, Kernel32.dll is loaded into a protected memory space so that other programs do not take over that memory space.
On occasion, you may receive an invalid page fault (IPF) error message. This error message occurs when a program tries to access the Kernel32.dll protected memory space. Occasionally, the error message is caused by one particular program, and other times the error message is provoked by multiple files and programs."
11/4/2011 2:53:45 AM •
on Nov 04, 2011
ERROR: code 28 -- Windows XP & USB 2.0
This message appears because Windows XP did not originally support the USB 2.0 specification.
However, as of May 2002, the final release version of the Microsoft USB 2.0 drivers for Windows XP is available at the Windows Update Site. The driver is designated Microsoft USB Driver Version 5.1.2600.0.
9/21/2005 3:27:48 PM •
on Sep 21, 2005
USB connection problem using Windows 98 Second Edition
The cause of this problem can be traced to both the computer's hardware configuration and Windows 98SE (Second Edition).
PhotoMAX cameras and other devices featuring USB (Universal Serial Bus) connections may not work with computers running Windows 98 Second Edition and equipped with the following computer hardware:
* an AMD processor (350 MHz or higher)
* VIA Technologies USB Host Controller or SiS 7001 USB Host Controller
To find out what USB Host Controller is on your system:
1. Click Start > Settings and choose Control Panel.
2. Double click the System icon.
3. Choose the Device Manager tab. A window similar to the one shown below appears.
4. Expand the Universal Serial Bus controllers listing by clicking on the "+" sign next to the listing.
5. Note the type of host controller in the listing. The example above shows the SiS 7001 PCI to USB Open Host Controller.
9/14/2005 1:35:11 PM •
on Sep 14, 2005
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