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How To Fix Emm386 Detected Error #06
If you have Emm386 Detected Error #06 then we strongly recommend that you download and run this (Emm386 Detected Error #06) repair tool.
Symptoms & Summary
Emm386 Detected Error #06 and other critical errors can occur when your Windows operating system becomes corrupted. Opening programs will be slower and response times will lag. When you have multiple applications running, you may experience crashes and freezes. There can be numerous causes of this error including excessive startup entries, registry errors, hardware/RAM decline, fragmented files, unnecessary or redundant program installations and so on.
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Compatible Windows XP, Vista, 7 (32/64 bit), 8 (32/64 bit), 8.1 (32/64 bit) Windows 10 (32/64 bit)
Threads Show Posts Click here to use Advanced Search Go to Page... Thread Tools Display Modes 09-04-2006, 04:56 AM #1 Baffled Guest While I was running Quest for Glory 3 with the boot disk, the program crashed and I got this error mssg: Quote: EMM386 has detected error #06 in an application at memory address 0048:046A. To minimize chance of data loss, EMM386 has halted your computer... I was running the abandonia boot disk on a 500mhz computer with 512MB RAM (2 256 slots). I've already tried replacing the RAM, but the computer still crashes. I've also tried running Memtest x86 just to be sure it wasn't the RAM, but the program crashed with a long (like, REALLY long) error message. Help from a fellow geek would be appreciated.                         Baffled 09-04-2006, 10:24 AM #2 Data retired Join Date: Jun 2004 Location: Jan Mayen, Svalbard and Jan Mayen Posts: 2,167 you could try toggling some stuff in your bios to see if that helpts. the address given is quite low though. (still conventional memory) __________________ Flowing with the stream of life                         Data View Public Profile Find More Posts by Data Find Threads Started by Data View all Chatbox messages posted by Data 09-04-2006, 03:38 PM #3 Eagle of Fire Friendly Fire Join Date: Sep 2004 Location: Valleyfield, Canada Posts: 4,892 A quick web seach leaded me to this page. It could prove usefull for you. Here is a part of the text I find interesting and might be related to your problem: Quote: IV. Troubleshooting MS-DOS 6.xx/7.xx and EMM386.EXE 4.49/4.95 If you encounter unexpected behavior (for example the system or a program hangs) when using EMM386.EXE 4.49/4.95, use these troubleshooting steps: 1. Turn your machine off, then turn it back on (cold boot) to fully reinitialize the system. 2. Start MS-DOS 6.xx interactively by press
upgrade, the config.sys and autoexec.bat are the same, but when starting Windows, the computer comes up with the following message: EMM386 has detected error #06 in an application at memory address 00B8:0BC9. To minimize the chance of data loss, EMM386 has halted your computer. For more information, see the README.TXT file. The readme.txt doesn't say what an error #06 is. I've eliminated everything from the config.sys and autoexec.bat except: DEVICE=C:\DOS\HIMEM.SYS DEVICE=C:\DOS\EMM386.EXE HIGHSCAN NOEMS I=E800-EFFF MIN=512 and the error still occurs. The entire autoexec.bat http://www.abandonia.com/vbullet/showthread.php?t=9744 and config.sys worked fine with MSDOS 6.0. Does anyone know what's going on? Is this latop incompatible with DOS 6.2? Reply by email please. Thanks. -- John H. Kim | (This space to be filled when I think of Top EMM386 error #06? by Navi Sin » Mon, 24 Jan 1994 14:35:18 >A friend of http://www.verycomputer.com/12_b6af505cc04c1105_1.htm mine is trying to upgrade the DOS on his PS/Note 425C >(TP350 clone) from MS-DOS 6.0 to 6.2. After installing the upgrade, >the config.sys and autoexec.bat are the same, but when starting >Windows, the computer comes up with the following message: >EMM386 has detected error #06 in an application >at memory address 00B8:0BC9. To minimize the chance >of data loss, EMM386 has halted your computer. >For more information, see the README.TXT file. >The readme.txt doesn't say what an error #06 is. I've eliminated >everything from the config.sys and autoexec.bat except: >DEVICE=C:\DOS\HIMEM.SYS >DEVICE=C:\DOS\EMM386.EXE HIGHSCAN NOEMS I=E800-EFFF MIN=512 >and the error still occurs. The entire autoexec.bat and config.sys >worked fine with MSDOS 6.0. Does anyone know what's going on? >Is this latop incompatible with DOS 6.2? Reply by email please. >Thanks. >-- >John H. Kim | (This space to be filled when I think of I had the same problem. Just changed the DEVICE=\Dos\emm386 ... statement to: device=c:\dos\emm386.exe i.e. I removed the parameters highscan, noems, i, min. This is what the IBM Express people told me to do. I own the monochrome version. I don't
Tech Talk and Support emm386 memory problem If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link http://www.hardwarecentral.com/showthread.php?56382-emm386-memory-problem above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from http://info.wsisiz.edu.pl/~bse26236/batutil/help/S2.HTM the selection below. Results 1 to 4 of 4 Thread: emm386 memory problem Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode March 24th, 1999,04:41 PM #1 accrj19 View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Join Date Mar 1999 Location tallahassee, emm386 detected fl united states Posts 1 emm386 memory problem I upgraded my computer from Win 3.1 to Win 95. I also installed 16MB of ram and a Rockwell 56K PCI modem. I had IRQ conflicts when I installed the modem, but was able to resolve them. My computer worked fine for about 3 days. Now when I shut down my computer it locks up and I get the following message: "EMM386 has detected error #7 in an application at emm386 detected error memory address 3002:00B8. To minimize the chance of data loss, EMM386 has halted your computer." Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks this is a great site. ------------------ Reply With Quote March 24th, 1999,05:17 PM #2 PINKTOE View Profile View Forum Posts 5000 Join Date Mar 1999 Location MONTEVALLO, ALABAMA,USA Posts 25 If your system is an ALR update the BIOS otehrwise replace the memory. Reply With Quote March 26th, 1999,06:49 PM #3 PowerJoe View Profile View Forum Posts 5000 Join Date Mar 1999 Location Israel Posts 27 I would also recommend against running EMM386 - It's known to cause problems! Just run SYSEDIT, go to CONFIG.SYS, and find the line that best resembles this: device=c:\windows\emm386.exe .... and add "REM " to it, like this: rem device=c:\windows\emm386.exe .... (Don't do it if you still use many DOS-based programs) -PJ Reply With Quote March 27th, 1999,04:31 PM #4 Miless View Profile View Forum Posts HWC Technician Join Date Mar 1999 Location Ga. Posts 1,289 If you are planning on useing Dos for anything then you better leave EMM386 alone.In the avent that you need Dos then reboot into Dos.At the dos prompt type MEMMAKER,if you do not have a super VGA moniter then select custom, answer yes in the advance options where asked if monochrome region(B0000-B7FFF)select default settings unless you know that a default is not correct for your system t
display and want to conserve memory. 2.4 Using MemMaker with IBM LAN. 2.5 MemMaker and Adaptec SCSI devices. 2.6 Running MemMaker on a computer with PC Tools RAMBoost. 2.7 EMM386 detects an error in an application. 2.8 MemMaker no longer aggressively scans upper memory by default. -Top- 2.1 Intel Expanded-Memory Driver (EMM.SYS) If you use Intel's EMM.SYS driver with Aboveboard, use EMM.SYS version 4.0 revision E if you an ISA system, or EMM.SYS version 4.0 revision D if you have an MCA or other system. Contact Intel for a free upgrade. 2.2 Running MemMaker on a Computer with PC-NFS If you use PC-NFS network software, carry out the following procedure before you run MemMaker: 1. Open your MEMMAKER.INF file by using any text editor. This file is in the directory that contains your MS-DOS files. 2. Add the following line to the file: *NET 3. Save the file, and then run MemMaker. 2.3 You have a Super VGA display and want to conserve memory. If you use Microsoft Windows on an 80386 computer with extended memory and a Super VGA display, you can use the MONOUMB.386 file, in conjunction with MemMaker, to conserve conventional memory for running programs. To conserve memory if you have a Super VGA display: 1. Open your Windows SYSTEM.INI file, and find the [386Enh] section. 2. Add a DEVICE command for the MONOUMB.386 file, which is located in your MS-DOS directory. For example, if your MS-DOS files are in C:\DOS, add the following line to this section: DEVICE=C:\DOS\MONOUMB.386 3. Save the file, and restart your computer. 4. After your computer starts, run MemMaker by typing MEMMAKER at the command prompt. 5. Choose Custom Setup. On the Advanced Options screen, answer Yes to the question "Use monochrome region (B000-B7FF) for running programs?" Follow the instructions on your screen. 2.4 Using MemMaker with IBM LAN Before you run MemMaker, you might need to make adjustments to the parameters specified for your IBM LAN support driver, DXMC0MOD.SYS. In your CONFIG.SYS file, make sure that the DEVICE command that loads DXMC0MOD.SYS includes one of the following before you run MemMaker: o The first three parameters, as in the following example: DEVICE=C:\DXMC0MOD.SYS 400000000001,D800,1 o No parameters, as in the following example: DEVICE=C:\DXMC0MOD.SYS o Some parameters and enough commas to fill in the first three parameters, as in the following example: DEVICE=C:\DXMC0MOD.SYS 400000000001,, 2.5 MemMaker and Adaptec SCSI devices MemMaker is compatible with Adaptec SCSI devices. However, if you use the ASPI4DOS.SYS driver to support your SCSI device, MemMaker by default will exclude this driver froNo related pages.
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