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Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by busel, Nov 20, 2011.

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  1. busel

    busel Thread Starter

    Nov 20, 2011
    My laptop started about 3 weeks ago, starts to auto minimize(as if i pressed alt+tab) my applications ( from games to internet explorer and such) for about every 30- 1 hour. but nowadays, it starts to auto minimizing every 10-15 min and once in a while it will auto minimize 3-5 times within 1 minutes. i hvae always disable my touch pad because i use a microsoft mouse, so i thought the mouse was the problem,but i used it on my friend laptop it does not auto minimize the applications. i also have tried to change the screen resolution and such none seems to work. if anybody knows how to fix this please let me know.

    2nd) i know this is not windows 7 problem but more of a codec problem.
    starting 3 weeks ago i also receive frequent codec problems. once in a while when i right clicked either a file/ shortcut/ application i use, i receive debug error. it says:

    HEAP CORRUPTION DETECTED: after normal block(# 345/ various number) at 0x(0000000000940A860/various number)
    CRT detected that the application wrote to memory after end of heap buffer.

    I'm not good at computer so, step by step fix guide would be appreciated. as for number 2, i put vairous number because i tried couple times and look up the number they various every time.
    once again thank you
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