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« on: March 11, 2005, 08:57:37 PM »

APPLICATION ERROR POPUP EVERY TIME I CLOSE INTERNET BROWSER :
Operating System Version: XP
Problem Application Name & Version: Mozilla, Internet Explorer, Outlook Express...
Problem Hardware Make & : Dell XPS T-500
Error Messages:Application Error : The instruction at "0x02aa0fb0" referenced memory at "0x02ac11a0". The memory could not be "read"


This happens every time I exit a broswer, or e-mail program.  It doesn't reference the same application each time, and it states Information under Event Type.  Not sure, it doesn't appear to be serious, but I have been having trouble with installing 16-bit applications, for instance, as well as downloading P2P files and I'm wondering if there's any connection there.
Thanks.Huh?

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« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2005, 10:58:25 PM »

Start by reading this Hijack This HowTo and then post a log in a new thread here.

While you're at it, check your Event Viewer. Go to Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Event Viewer.
You want to check the Application Log and the System Log.

The bad events should be marked with a white x on a red background.
Double click the event, then click the button that shows two sheets of paper (the copy button) and then post it here.
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« Reply #2 on: March 13, 2005, 06:32:15 PM »

Thanks, I'm going to try that and I'll post the results.

Mike.
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« Reply #3 on: March 24, 2005, 08:49:08 PM »

Well, I tried everything.  My Hijack This doesn't actually want to work properly.  I keep getting the message: "An unexpected error has occurred at procedure: modRegistry_IniGetString(sFile=system.ini, sSection=boot, sValue=Shell)
Error #5 - Invalid procedure call or argument."
Funny thing, tho, I somehow managed to get rid of that referencing problem when I click off my web browsers, but I still can't install this one program.  I've run all of the diagnostic stuff as suggested.  I ran registry fixes, etc.  Everything else runs ok, I can even install other programs - it's just one type of program, seems to me, that's the problem - possibly they all are 16-bit - not sure, but I think so.  There are only one or two like that that give me trouble.  I've tried installing these applications as if they were windows 95/98, but that didn't help.  What do you make of the Hijack This error?  Doesn't sound good and may point to the real source of the problem, but how to solve it?

Mike.
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