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[SOLVED] all kinds of diffrent error msg's on ME

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Phil112233, Dec 23, 2001.

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  1. Phil112233

    Phil112233 Thread Starter

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    I have a Me computer that I have deleted the dos partition, made a new dos partition, formatted and reinstalled Me on several times. I still get random seemingly unrelated error messages such as
    lexplore has caused an error in Jscript.dll
    stmgr has caused and error in Kernell.dll
    cmdninst has caused an error in Kernell.dll
    sboctl has caused an error inSbioctl.exe
    lexplore has caused an error in mshtml.dll
    lexplore has caussed an error in shlwadi.dll
    lexplore has caused an error in <unknown>

    I put in another hard drive and repeated the install procedures from above and it gave me this error.
    sucntreg has an error in wintrust.dll

    I have built the computer myself, so it could be faulty hardware setup, but I don't think so. Does this sound like some sort of virus??
    Thanks to anyone who can help.
    Phil
     
  2. rugrat

    rugrat

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    Since your errors are all over the place and you have done fresh installs on a couple of different drives, my guess would be a faulty memory chip.
    http://www.simmtester.com/
    Try going here and download DocMem. It is free. Follow the instructions to put it on a floppy and test your memory.

    Hope it helps
     
  3. Phil112233

    Phil112233 Thread Starter

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    Thank you for the quick response. I tested the memory and that was the problem. Good thing it's so cheap right now. Now let's see if I can get some money back for it.
    Thanks Again,
    Phil
     
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