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problem with inter explorer shutting down

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by skyfox, Apr 15, 2008.

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    I'm using windows XP/svsp 2 on a PC & win Inter Explorer 6. I haven't upgraded to 7 because in the past it causes more problems until bugs are worked out. I use webroots spysweeper for spywear & mcafee antivirus suite. A few weeks ago, I was getting messages that windows needs to shut down internet explorer on just one site where I'd go back and forth from list to list item. Now, it's happening frequently with other sites as well. Only 1 time did I get an error message, which said there was a problem with yt.dll add-on, yahoo toolbar. So, I upgraded the yahoo toolbar, as I was getting messages from the site to do this. this did not help the problem. I also was having problems with the desktop part of my palm desktop calander where it is deleting or moving appointments I have put in, but I haven't seen problem again (happened 2xs last week; this was new problem & I've been using the palm desktop applications for over a yr). I read in one of the posts where person had similar problem & it was recommended to delete add-ons. How does one determine which add-ons to delete & how does one delete them. Also, is there anything else I should do? thank you, skyfox
    Additional info: was just using IE & got message: IEXPLORER.EXE – Application error. The instruction at “0x7c91552a” referenced memory at “0x0902fb38”. The memory could not be “written”. Click ok to terminate program click ok to debug program. Is this related to my problem or another issue?
     
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