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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by klg, Sep 22, 2004.

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  1. klg

    klg Thread Starter

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    My computer occasionally restarts while I am in the middle of something-can be I am online or using word. The day before yesterday I installed IE 6 in English, I had been using IE 5 in spanish. Yesterday it shut down and restarted 3 times in about 45 minutes. Very frustrating. Also, with the installation of IE in English my OE still has the folder titles in spanish-can I get them into English? I also frequently get a blue screen while online and get disconnected from my server. I also get a message when I first open a IE window or click on something that says -depurar- in spanish, which is like, clean it up, it will give a line number, sometimes multiple lines. I always say no because if I say ok I get a whole new thing that screws everything up. I am using Win98

    Trina
     
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    is the PC getting hot
    post the full blue screen error message please
     
  3. NT4.0

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    about the blue screen problem when getting online, i had the same problem in Win98 (my friend did also), and Norton Utilities (Norton WinDoctor) always solved the problem so it never repeated.

    try uninstalling IE6 and deleting the folder c:\program files\internet explorer. then install IE6 again, this might help.
     
  4. klg

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    The blue screen I get when I get disconnected from online says:

    An exception OE has occured at 0028:C83EF433 in VxD---. This was called from 0028:C82EEC30 in VxD---. It may be possible to continue normally.
     
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