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internet crashes

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by KennyBoy2000, Sep 26, 2003.

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  1. KennyBoy2000

    KennyBoy2000 Thread Starter

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    let me know if any of you guys have seen this problem
    I'm the technician at one of the schools here in district 16, we deal mostly with computers in the Pentium 100's to 400's area with windows 95/95. A lot of computers now have had their Internet crash every time they try to open it. I just got the library computers on line and now only about 4 out of 15 work.
    The error that comes up doesn't give me much information at all. It comes up with the regular box with the do you want to send this error report to Microsoft or don't sent, and there is also a check box in the middle of that error that says something like "do you want Internet explorer to reopen."
    The techs at the other schools also noticed this problem on a few of their computers. I've already had to replace a few of them but their is to many of them for me to be replacing of formating them all
    Want to know if anybody else has had this kind of error come up on them. and its not just Internet explorer that does it, if Netscape navigator is on, it will crash also, on had some kinda Internet radio program, it crashed.
     
  2. EvileYe

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    Can you post a "Hijack This Log" from one of the affected computers ?

    Download "Hijack This" from here http://www.tomcoyote.org/hjt/
    and run a scan, then copy and paste the log in here.

    What was the Internet radio Program ?
     
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