Internet explorer error message.

  stugra 21:16 28 Oct 06
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When I close internet explorer I get the following message:
The instruction at 0x01a73795 referenced memory at 0x013fad58. The memory could not be "read". Click OK to terminate the program.

I therefore installed IE7 in the hope it would get rid of it and now I get the same message but with different hexadecimal references.

Please can anyone tell me what is failing?
Thanks in advance.

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  stugra 18:26 05 Nov 06

I ran the RAM checker overnight and there wasn't a problem flagged with it??

  Iron Maiden 20:49 05 Nov 06

The memory could not be read because the program had already released it. As this only happens when you close it shouldn't cause any problems although its annoying. What you are getting here is similar to a old post re: D.D.E. execution

click here

the solution here may help you

  stugra 14:23 10 Nov 06

Sadly this fault is still about - can anyone else throw any light on it please?

  mosfet 18:16 10 Nov 06

I had very similar prob.It was the Adobe browser helper.I disabled it..tools ..manage add on's

  stugra 09:54 12 Nov 06

Les2 - you may have cracked it - not adobe for me, but another toolbar add-on (pdf converter). It seems Ok at the moment but I will keep an eye on it.

Many thanks.

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