Possible virus/WerFault.exe Application Error

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ironmanfolgore

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Hi all,

Of late I seem to be receiving numerous pop-up errors titled WerFault.exe - Application Error. Most of them seem to say "The instruction at 0x0095e0cc referenced memory at 0x0095e0cc. The memory could not be written."

These seem to appear randomly, but only when I use either Internet Explorer or MS Word. Usually, I use Firefox. When I reboot the computer, these errors go away, and I am once again able to use IE and Word, but only for so long, and the errors resurface. As soon as the error appears, IE/Word crashes, and any subsequent attempt to run IE/Word without rebooting the computer will result in IE/Word "Not Responding".

I have run sfc /scannow on Command Prompt and it tells me that "Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them."

Finally, these problems seem to have arisen after I installed the following programs: Audacity 2.0, Freecorder 4 and 6, and Origin by EA Games.

I would appreciate any help given!

Many thanks in advance to you guys!
 

ironmanfolgore

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Also, I have tried stopping and disabling the Windows Error Reporting system, but it does not solve the problem.

Fyi, my laptop is an Asus K43S, running on a Windows 7 OS.

Once again, thanks for any help!
 
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