BCCode Error 1000008e
What Is BCCode Error 1000008e
Any BCCode error message that appears on your PC immediately suggests that you have a problem that your machine ‘believes’ to be a serious one.
BCCode is Microsoft ‘shorthand’ for ‘Bug Check Code’ and is a message that you should see when your machine has been closed down because of what the operating system has interpreted as a critical error. Most BCCode messages will be seen in association with the dreaded Blue Screen of Death (BSoD or a stop error) and can basically happen at any time when you are using your PC.
No matter what it is that you are doing, a BCCode message can cut in at any time, and automatically close down your machine.
Effectively, therefore, all BCCode error messages tend to have the same outcome.
BCCode Error 1000008e is no exception to this rule, and simply indicates that your PC ‘believes’ that there has been a critical error, which necessitated a shutdown in order to protect itself.
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What Does BCCode Error 1000008e Mean?
The major problem with all significant Windows driven PC malfunctions is that the error code message your machine indicates will often tell you very little or in fact, nothing.
There are two reasons why this can be the case.
Firstly, the error message you see may be completely wrong.
For example, if your XP driven PC suffers even a minor problem during the shutdown process, it will often try to automatically restart itself and inform you that there has been a critical error during the shutdown process.
Alternatively, there may have been several faults or malfunctions that all occurred at exactly the same moment, and the error code message you are seeing is only pointing the finger at one of them.
The second reason is that some error messages tell you very little more than what you already know. They are telling you that your machine has a problem, and you are already aware of this, as it just closed itself down and showed you the BSoD!
BCCode Error 1000008e fits very squarely into this last category.
It is a very common Windows bug check message that indicates that your machine has generated an exception to something happening within the operating system. To interpret it, therefore, you must identify and isolate which exception was generated.
It is basically a message that indicates that there has been a serious problem, and that it was therefore necessary to close down your machine. What the serious error is, however, is not really indicated by the code message at all!
However, when the error message appears on the BSoD, here are a few of the more common problems that might be behind it:
1. Is there adequate disk space?2. Is driver detected in Stop? Maybe disable it?3. Try changing video adaptors4. Check BIOs updateds. Disable BIOs options.”
These would, therefore, be good places to start your searchyou’re your solution.
These indicators would also suggest that there may be some incompatibility problems within your machine.
Such incompatibility problems would, in fact be the primary suspect when you see a BCCode Error 1000008e message.
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How to fix BCCode Error 1000008e
The first thing you should consider is whether you have recently installed any new hardware components on your machine. If so, then this would certainly the first place you should start your search.
Do you have enough disk space to run all the programs that you were trying to run when your PC closed down?
If a particular component driver is identified in the object message, try disabling it and check the manufacturers website to see if any driver updates are available.
Try changing video adapters, and check with your PC manufacturer for any BIOS updates that may be available. Also, you could try disabling BIOS memory options such as caching and shadowing in order to protect and preserve memory space.
If none of these steps seem to be doing the trick, you could try running some of the more standard operating system checks, such as antivirus and anti-spyware scans. Whilst it is unlikely that these are the primary cause of this particular bug check problem, nevertheless, doing this will remove a couple of possibilities from your list of potential causes.
Similarly, if you have software on your machine that will check and repair your registry automatically, then running it may potentially isolate your problem. Whilst BCCode Error 1000008e is most likely to indicate a hardware incompatibility error, it is certainly possible that there could be a malfunction in your registry which is exacerbating it.
So, run a registry can with whatever software you have available, and then use it to repair your registry.
If you do not have software installed on your machine already, then I would recommend that you run a free scan using a program like SpeedyPC so that you can at least establish whether the registry of your PC has significant problems.
Based on what you discover by running such a free scan, you can then decide what your next step is in relation to the problems highlighted.