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Cerebus Scrapple Since: 17.11.02 Since last post: 88 days Last activity: 87 days # 1 Posted on 22.4.08 2013.10 | Instant Rating: 1.48 "0x7dcc57a5" referenced memory "0x7dc69dc4" I keep getting this error message popping up and then it closes all my Internet Explorer windows. What the hell is this shit? Ok, slight update. the quoted memory things are not always the same. They start with the "0x" part but then the rest is different. Here's one that just came up... ----- instruction at "0x100146ae" referenced memory at "0x01787365". The memory could not be "written". ----- I thought it might be the memory, but I'm positive it's not. Any ideas? (edited by Cerebus on 22.4.08 2230) Forget it Josh... it's Cerebustown. Promote this thread!
thecubsfan Scrapple Moderator Since: 10.12.01 From: Aurora, IL Since last post: 4 days Last activity: 9 hours # 2 Posted on 22.4.08 2249.16 | Instant Rating: 10.00 Which version of IE? I'm going to guess...6? Easiest debug is to hide/close any all toolbars/add-ons you may be running and see if the error comes back. Usually it's one of those, and you should just bring them back one at a time until you figure out which one it is. (Or just move to 7 or Firefox) (edited by thecubsfan on 22.4.08 2257) - thecubsfan. com luchablog
Merc Potato korv Since: 3.1.02 From: Brisbane, Australia Since last post: 1992 days Last activity: 1971 days # 3 Posted on 23.4.08 0614.32 | Instant Rating: 9.00 My first guess is Flash Player. One of the earlier releases of Flash Player 9 caused that type of behaviour a lot at my work. See if you can get a newer version of Flash 9.
cranlsn Toulouse Since: 18.3.02 From: Hartland, WI Since last post: 27 days Last activity: 13 min. # 4 Posted on 23.4.08 1159.36 | Instant Rating: 5.50
Originally posted by Merc My first guess is Flash Player. One of the earlier releases of Flash Player 9 caused that type of behaviour a lot at my work. See if you can get a newer version of Flash 9. I'll second this, my wife's friend was having the same problem. I had her install the latest version of Flash player and it cleared up the problem.
Maybe...it's just me. But, since the new version got pushed out, I've had a problem with the Firefox process staying active even after the browser is closed. And of course, Firefox won't run again until I use Task Manager to kill the old process.
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