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error when closing internet explorer

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by XPUser1991, May 1, 2010.

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  1. XPUser1991

    XPUser1991 Thread Starter

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    i got an error message when i close internet explorer, sysfader:iexplore.exe application error, the instruction at 0x095d4fb9 referance memory at 0xcb8bf6cc the memory could not be written., what does this mean?
     
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    Follow the below Instructions Carefully:

    1. Download Hijack this from the link.

    (Choose the installer of HJT—Hijack This)

    2. Run a Scan.

    DO NOT FIX ANYTHING BY YOURSELF.

    (Doing so when NOT Instructed Might cause Unwanted System Instability, BSOD's and Even Render your System Unusable)

    3. Save a Log file (On your Desktop)

    4. Copy and Paste all the contents.

    5. Paste them in the Reply Window.

    I am NOT an Authorized Malware Remover.

    The Log is requested by me only for Optimization Purposes, troubleshooting and removing applications that are causing various problems such as Crashing, BSOD’s and Freezing and helping the poster remove any incompatible application/program and driver.

    I will therefore NOT help if anything related to Malware is found in your log.

    The thread will then be moved to the Malware Removal Forums for expert assistance.
     
  3. antech

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    Also what are the system specs?
    Please post them over here.
    I am posting TWO replies’ so as to prevent cluttering.

    (Please don’t misinterpret me that I am flooding the forums)
    Sorry if I seem contradictory to anyone.
    This is done to Prevent Confusion.
     
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