A fatal error has occurred while updating your device
Microsoft Windows and software use exceptions, which allow Windows or other software to communicate in layers and communicate errors or exceptions.If a program is given an exception that is invalid or unknown, you'll encounter a fatal exception.However, for some users, it may be difficult to know exactly what to search for because of the cryptic fatal exception messages. If searching for the fatal exception error does not return results or help resolve your issue, continue to the following sections.If this has just started occurring and you're running Windows XP or later, restore Windows back to an earlier copy.If you are experiencing invalid page faults in only one program, verify that the software program is compatible with the operating system on the computer.
If this resolves your issue, it is likely that you are encountering a heat related issue.
If your computer is running low on hard drive space, your Windows swap file will be unable to increase in size when needed, which can cause errors.
Run Scan Disk and run Defrag on the hard drive, as it could be possible your hard drive may have an issue causing the swap file or data files to become corrupt or invalid.
If no memory has been recently added to the computer and you have tried all the above recommendations, test your computer memory for errors.
Below is a listing of the more commonly experienced processor exceptions ranging from 00 to 0F.
Search for a fatal error has occurred while updating your device:
See the computer drivers page for a listing of hardware companies.