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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by ustacp, Jan 19, 2007.

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  1. ustacp

    ustacp Thread Starter

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    I get this error message every time I close my Internet explorer. It started after I reformatted my hard drive and reinstalled everything. I have XP Pro SP2 and IE 7. Thank you.

    iexplore.exe - Application Error
    The instruction at "0x07ea9b97" referenced memory at "0x00000014". The memory could not be "read".
    Click on OK to terminate the program
     
  2. kshitijdivakar

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    You iexplore.exe is corrupted. May be your Internet Explorer Setup.exe is not fine.

    Try to repair it. OR Download a new copy of its setup.

    You can also report to microsoft website.
     
  3. jparr111

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    IE7 is VERY finiky. Your computer MUST be clean of ALL malware before downloading it.
    Do you have malware (spy) protection?
     
  4. Rollin' Rog

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    It's an indication of memory corruption someplace -- perhaps virtual memory. That can be flushed ...

    But try this as a test; in IE7 you have the ability to run it without "plugins": Start > System Tools > Internet Explorer > No add-ons;

    If it doesn't happen in that mode you can selectively enable/disable add-ons to find out which one is doing it in the IE Tools > Add-ons menu.

    By the way, why did you reformat?

    It's possible you have some corrupt ram if you were having major problems previously.
     
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