Unhandled exception error codes are error messages that appear when a program is running, or trying to shut down. As there are millions of programs there will be many different versions of the Unhandled Exception error codes. If you read below you will find a more detailed version of what Unhandled Exception errors are, as well as what can be done to resolve the exceptions that are causing the messages to appear.
An Unhandled Exception error code means that there is something that has happened to a specific program that has caused an unexpected issue and is forcing the program to shut down. If a user looks at a program from a coding point of view it would appear like an onion. This is because there are many different layers, but for this example we will use three layers. The first layer is where the user interacts with the program, the second will be the coding and the third will be the layer that talks with the system.
If the user is typing a lot then the program will require more memory, so the first layer tells the second layer it needs more memory, then the second layer tells the computer to save more space. If there is no space it will cause an exception which is communicated to the second layer. Once this communication takes place the second layer then needs to find out what to do to get more memory. If there is just no way of getting the memory, or if the program did not get created with a way to handle the exception, then it will cause an exception that cannot be handled or an unhandled exception as the error message will display. This is because it cannot handle the exception and must shut down.
As you can see there is not much that can be done when an unhandled exception occurs as it is an issue typically in the program being used itself. There are some ways to try and fix Unhandled Exception error codes. The first way is to update the system and see if this affects the Unhandled Exception error codes and helps to resolve the exceptions. Alternatively, if it is a specific program that is causing these errors then there is a possibility that updating the specific program will resolve the Unhandled Exception error messages.
Another way to try to resolve Unhandled Exception error codes is to ensure that the programs have not become corrupted at their final layer or within the dll communication points within the registry. The best way to ensure that the registry is not the cause for the Unhandled Exception errors is to run a full scan with a registry cleaner. Many times these registry cleaners will provide an easy way to identify issues that can cause Unhandled Exception error messages if they originate within the registry itself.