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invalid page fault in module Kernel32.dll

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by mikeck62, Jan 26, 2005.

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  1. mikeck62

    mikeck62 Thread Starter

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    I have OS- WIN98SE / IE 6.0 / Outlook Express 6.0

    Keep getting issues with invalid page fault in module Kernel32.dll when shuting down the PC. Also getting Low Resources which cause the system to freeze up. When this happens the only way to shutdown is with the power button.

    I have updated virus/spyware/firewall.

    Any ideas on how to fix these issues?

    Thanks!!
     
  2. norton850

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    With the invalid page fault message, does it say anything about what caused the problem.

    For the low system resources
    Press Ctrl>Alt>Del and open Task Manager. See what's running and using up resources.
    Open Msconfig (Press start, run and type msconfig in the box and press enter). There is a startup tab in XP, but I don't remember if 98 is the same. See if there are items that are opening when you start up that you don't need. If you aren't sure what they are ask.
     
  3. mikeck62

    mikeck62 Thread Starter

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    IT was: IEXPLORER caused an invalid page fault in module Kernel32.dll

    I think part of it may be several virus programs running at the same time.

    Also I had ZoneAlarm installed but it also was acting strange. I uninstalled it and things seem to be ok. Thinking about reinstalling it again. Any other firewall suggestions to load?
     
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    Anyone have any more ideas on this?
     
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