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"Stack Dump" - Windows, Yahoo, & Netscape problems

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by JxnCeltic, Dec 3, 2001.

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  1. JxnCeltic

    JxnCeltic Thread Starter

    Nov 28, 2001
    I have a 486DX2 PC w/ Windows 95, & am on AOl 4.0.

    I constantly get this popup from Windows:

    "This computer has perfomed an illegal operation and will shut down."

    If I ask for details I get this:

    "WAOL caused a general protection fault
    in module JSCRPT16.DLL at 0001:000021f4.
    EAX=ee6f6869 CS=8167 EIP=000021f4 EFLGS=00000216
    EBX=0003ffff SS=73b7 ESP=0000d382 EBP=0000d388
    ECX=823f0d4b DS=0000 ESI=815bd40a FS=0000
    EDX=00002bf5 ES=823f EDI=0000e56a GS=012f
    Bytes at CS:EIP:
    f3 a5 13 c9 f3 a4 91 e3 18 0b f6 75 07 8c d8 05
    Stack dump:
    e49ee546 d3a85e67 166fb751 823fe56a 0000d40a d48482ff
    e4fce448 e4fc823f e546823f d3c6823f
    166f9e8d 823fe49e 00000000 d4200000 d3e073b7 e44873b7"

    Other times it cites SUPERSUB as the problem.

    I can no longer acces my Yahoo mailbox via AOL. I must use Netscape. But I still get the illegal popup with this:

    "NETSCAPE caused a general protection fault
    in module NETSCAPE.EXE at 001e:0000724e.
    EAX=00000000 CS=731f EIP=0000724e EFLGS=00000246
    EBX=00000000 SS=7237 ESP=0000e7f0 EBP=8482e7f4
    ECX=00010000 DS=7237 ESI=815b1aee FS=013f
    EDX=18170000 ES=0000 EDI=00008397 GS=0000
    Bytes at CS:EIP:
    66 26 89 47 50 50 50 57 56 9a cc c5 1f 73 83 c4
    Stack dump:
    00002056 8ad8e806 1aee3e07 5dee8397 172f0001 e8128bbf
    3e07872a 05e4ddc5 e8347237
    18170e91 05e4ddc5 01130309 01130678 72370678 00000001 815b5db6"

    Is there any way I can stop this "Stack Dump" problem?? PLEASE help!!
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    Aug 11, 2001
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