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    Default wierd application errors

    when i try to open internet explorer or any other program i get an application error and sometimes a verclsid.exe application error and the program doesnt open. however, if i dont click ok or cancel, i can run the program fine. WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON!?

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    Default Re: wierd application errors

    Maybe this link will help if you search through it.

    verclsid.exe - Google Search

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    Default Re: wierd application errors

    that was the first thing i checked, if ur not gonna help...

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    Default Re: wierd application errors

    Quote Originally Posted by Glean View Post
    that was the first thing i checked, if ur not gonna help...
    No offense, but that's a terrible attitude to have towards people who could potentially help you fix this problem.
    I probably won't be able to help you, but could you post a screenshot of the error you get?

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    Yeap screenshot would be great since most people do not tend to post error #'s

    Could be any number of things, memory errors, driver errors, missing files.

    More info is needed for sure. Are you by any chance using Kaspersky? What version IE?

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    sorry it just seems like stupid advice is all
    anyway at startup i got this reader_sl.exe application error
    "the instruction at "0x00a39c21" referenced at "0x00165000"
    but its not always the same error

    this problem just appeared when i was using cyberlink power director, i uninstalled it and nothings changed so....

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    That is adobe, and you do not have to have it run at startup. I am not sure if this will solve your issue, but you can disable it and see

    Use windows defender in tools, software explorer then startup apps, Or install this startupCPL (Once installed you will find the shortcut to start it in Classic control panel) >>>
    Code:
    http://www.mlin.net/files/StartupCPL.zip
    The error looks to me, and since you say it differs often, to be a memory error.

    Is you memory good? >>>>
    Memtest86+ - Advanced Memory Diagnostic Tool

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    That is adobe, and you do not have to have it run at startup. I am not sure if this will solve your issue, but you can disable it and see

    Use windows defender in tools, software explorer then startup apps, Or install this startupCPL (Once installed you will find the shortcut to start it in Classic control panel) >>>
    Code:
    http://www.mlin.net/files/StartupCPL.zip
    The error looks to me, and since you say it differs often, to be a memory error.

    Is you memory good? >>>>
    Memtest86+ - Advanced Memory Diagnostic Tool
    If adobe is the problem, I removed it from my computer a while ago and downloaded a freeware pdf reader that takes a lot less computer resources. I have it on my other computer, but when i boot that one up sometime, I will post a link or at least tell you what it was called if interested.

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    Default Re: wierd application errors

    Foxit PDF reader Pro is what I use, and It is GREAT and Much faster and way less bloated

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    I've got just the regular Foxit 2.3 and I 100% agree, i wish i knew about it earlier.

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