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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by nekar, Oct 2, 2008.

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  1. nekar

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    Hi guys,
    My internet explore v.6 keeps crashing. I am running XP pro- bitdefender 10 anti-virus windows firewall with I regulary empty my intenet cache and java cache
    routinly run ad-aware and advance spyware remover.
    This is the event viewerinfo:
    source - Dr. Watson
    event ID - 4097
    symbolic name - MSG_CRASH
    message - The application, %1!s!, generated an application error The error occurred on %2!s!/%3!s!/%4!s! @ %5!s!:%6!s!:%7!s!.%8!s! The exception generated was %9!s! at address %10!s! (%11!s!)
    Does this make sense to anyone?
    I don't use messenger, nor is it installed. This just started, out of the blue, so I don't think it's something that I downloaded or installed. I have run all my security scans, even some on line ones too, I have emptied everything I could think of. I even restored it to a month ago (it still crashed - so I reversed the restore lol)
    Please Help, Thank you in advance, waiting for your words of wisdom.
    Kay
     
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