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Invalid Page Fault in URLMON.DLL at MSN.com

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by nicshow, Feb 3, 2005.

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  1. nicshow

    nicshow Thread Starter

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    The other night, with the home page set to msn.com as it has been for a while, IE kept crashing and giving me this message:

    EXPLORER caused an invalid page fault in

    module URLMON.DLL at 0167:1a41b15e.

    Registers:

    EAX=00000000 CS=0167 EIP=1a41b15e EFLGS=00010202

    EBX=00000000 SS=016f ESP=03c4ea7c EBP=03c4ea9c

    ECX=1a4033cc DS=016f ESI=004ac040 FS=4aa7

    EDX=0043002c ES=016f EDI=00000001 GS=0000

    Bytes at CS:EIP:

    8b 08 57 ff 74 24 10 50 ff 51 18 6a 00 8b ce 8b

    Stack dump:

    004abeac 1a4182c3 004ac040 00000000 637de804 00000000 03e435d0 00000000 03c4eacc 63776693 00000001 00000000 03e436bc 03e435d0 00000000 1a41a65a


    I resolved it by changing the home page, defrag, scandisk, spybot S&D, ad-aware, etc.

    This happened after installing an update to my AVG anti-virus. I uninstalled it and installed avast but I think it happened even after that too.

    Anyone have any ideas?

    Nic Showalter
     
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    Which Windows operating system are you using and which version of Internet Explorer do you have? If you don't have version 6.0 SP1, you should upgrade to it.
     
  4. nicshow

    nicshow Thread Starter

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    I'm using Win98SE and all my updates and patches are installed. IE is 6.0.XXX
     
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