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    When I want to view streaming windows media audio or video using Internet Explorer 6, I get the 'Illegal Operation' message of which the details are: EXPLORER caused an invalid page fault in
    module MSDXM.OCX at 017f:64b6152c.
    Registers:
    EAX=00000000 CS=017f EIP=64b6152c EFLGS=00250246
    EBX=00000000 SS=0187 ESP=03ac93c8 EBP=03aca004
    ECX=00000001 DS=0187 ESI=005c61bc FS=18f7
    EDX=03ac9fcc ES=0187 EDI=005c5f34 GS=0000
    Bytes at CS:EIP:
    8b 08 ff 51 18 8b 36 8d 4d cc 51 56 8b 06 ff 50
    Stack dump:
    00000000 03ac9fcc 8007000e 005c5f34 00000000 00000000 03ace734 00000000 00000022 00000001 004def34 006d0066 0063002e 002e006f 006b0075 0076002f

    And after I click 'close' I get the following message: An error has occurred in Internet Explorer. Internet Explorer will now close. If you continue to experience problems, please restart your computer.

    I am using Windows 98 & windows media player version 7.1.

    Thanks in advance.
    Eamonn

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    Uninstall media player. Download and reinstall a fresh copy of 7.1

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    Tried that. Still no luck :sad:. Have the same problem in opera and netscape.

    Thanks

    Eamonn

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    Can someone please help me?
    Eamonn

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    There are just too many variable here. So many programs can cause this message.
    Reinstal windows and make sure you have all the patches and latest drivers.

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    Steaming videos are a complex process for a computer. Besides needing a fast proessor. a clear phoneline (no interferance)is necessary on your end and through your isp. Here are some thing you can try.
    1. If your isp has several access numbers try another number, and another. You might get a clearer line.
    2 Down load real player and try using it instead. (downside- they will haunt your computer for updates etc. get a firewall)
    3. Download quick player and install. Some steams use .mov (movie) and quick player is great for this.

    Any steam through a telephone line is a problem. even if comes through it can be choppy. delayed for buffering etc. Speed of your telephone line is critical for performance and most phone lines are slow. Check you phone speed. if is below 48k you may be disapointed. If you enjoy this type of entertainment think of direct access (raod runner etc.)

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    Hi,

    Thanks for the help. I actually have a P4 1.7Ghz processor & a 384k DSL line so I don't thing that can be the problem. I don't thing you can play windows media streaming audio or video (*.asx) on Real or Quicktime player can you? Do you need a codec or something?

    Thanks again
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    since you have dsl line and p4 1.7 processor I don't know what is the problem. page fault is memory traction that can't be processed. It dosn't mean you have bad memory but rather a transaction can't be completed for whatever reason. Real player and quick time was a suggestion for a standard telephone line but your way beyond that. real player does not handle .asx. You probably already have reinstalled everything with no luck. You could have the memory checked but if all else is working ok I doubt that is the problem. If I had your computer at the shop I just would change memory and if that didn't work I would pull a computer from inventory with nothing in it but the operating system. and connect to the net just to try to isolate the problem.
    if it worked I would reinstall everything in you computer one by one. But for you that is not possible. I just don't know off hand what is causing the problem. As mentioned before it could be anything.
    Sorry.

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    Thanks m8 for trying anyway :smile:
    Eamonn

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    ASX files are textual (XML) command files that manage streaming of ASF files from a Net Show server.
    read all about it at http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...t/html/asx.asp

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