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Thread: Question reguarding memory read errors




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    Hey guys... Got a new question for you. This one I really cant figure out. I have gotten the following error screen at least 5 times over the course of the last two days:



    I get this screen while playing Call of Duty at the same exact point in the game and I get it at certain times while in Internet Explorer. If sombody could help me fix my problem I would be very HAPPY because it is getting rather anoying. Thx!!! 8)

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    does it always give you an IEXPLORER.EXE error?

    I would take those error codes and google them in quotes. You will find some info somewhere on it that will tell you what is wrong with IE.

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    If it's just Explorer then try reinstalling itor you could just Go to Start>Run and type "SFC /Scannow" (without quotes). You should have your windows disk handy though. and that should fix any problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by KoolDrew
    If it's just Explorer then try reinstalling itor you could just Go to Start>Run and type "SFC /Scannow" (without quotes). You should have your windows disk handy though. and that should fix any problems
    Internet Explorer, not explorer...

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    Actually I havent gotten any errors since this set of them. Must have just been a strange fluke or a background app I was running at the time or somthing. Thanks for the help though...

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