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    Al
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    Default explorer.exe error

    Hey guy's, I get this error sometimes when closing Internet Explorer (v6.0).

    The instruction at "0x636784cb" referenced memory at "0x636784cb". The memory could not be "read".
    Click Cancel to debug
    Click OK to close

    Nothing really happens after closing the error dialog box & IE continues to work when reopened.
    The only time I get this is when closing out IE & it only happens about 25% of the time. Does anyone have any suggestions?

    Thanks in advance,

    Al

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    Please post the full exact message without quotes
    Take control of your life. Leave others to control their own.

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    Whoozhe, thanks for the reply.

    That is the full exact error message. The quotes are in the error message I am receiving (as posted above).
    Let me know if I'm not understanding your question.

    Thanks

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    All I can see is that IE has problems witing to memory when it closes.
    it does that to preserve your IE settings during a session.
    The problem could be caused by bad memory tick at the memory address it tries to access.
    Clicl Start > All Programms > Accesories and click on the A;/ Prompt When the command line window appears type "mem" (without quotes)
    This should return the proper amount of memory you have in your system. If it differs then you know where the problem is.
    Take control of your life. Leave others to control their own.