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(Solved) Error when closing Control Panel

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by Agent_J, Oct 13, 2003.

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  1. Agent_J

    Agent_J Thread Starter

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    Im using Windows 98SE, and whenever I close the Control Panel, it gives me an illegal operation error. Here are the details if anyone understands them.

    EXPLORER caused an invalid page fault in module <unknown> at 0000:10002440.

    Registers:
    EAX=00000e8f CS=0167 EIP=10002440 EFLGS=00010246
    EBX=0175fbe0 SS=016f ESP=0175fb88 EBP=0175fbc4
    ECX=c1524440 DS=016f ESI=00008c20 FS=0e27
    EDX=00019ce4 ES=016f EDI=01750000 GS=0000
    Bytes at CS:EIP:

    Stack dump:
    bff72317 00000000 00000113 000000b6 000118e9 2d7f8be4 fed42d7f 8c408c4c 00030007 10002440 014f7678 0175ff88 bff7186d 00000e8f 01750000 0175fc12
     
  2. EvileYe

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    Try using the Internet Explorer repair tool.
    You can find it by doing the following:
    Click Start/Run then type msinfo32 click OK then click Tools/IE Repair Tool/Repair IE.
    You may need your Win98se disc.
     
  3. Agent_J

    Agent_J Thread Starter

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    OMG it worked!!!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH EvileYe!!! :D

    have u encountered this problem before as well?
     
  4. EvileYe

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    No I haven't had that problem before. I just recommend the IE repair as a first option, if it doesn't work then you can dig deeper into a particular problem.

    Glad it worked :)
     
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