Windows Protection Errors are generated when any of the following
?A real-mode driver and a protected-mode driver are in conflict.
?The registry is damaged.
?The Win.com or Command.com file is infected with a virus or is
?A driver is being loaded from the System.ini file for which a
protected-mode driver has already been initialized.
?There is a physical I/O or RAM address conflict.
?There are incorrect CMOS settings for a built-in peripheral device
(such as cache settings, CPU timing, hard disks, and so on).
?The Plug and Play feature of the computer's BIOS is not working
?The computer contains a malfunctioning system
cache or memory.
?The computer's motherboard is not working properly.