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In the last 48 hours Publisher has statred crashing every time I try to delete more than 3 items e.g. No problem deleting 'an' but crashes on 'and'.
The following details are given.
MSPUB caused an invalid page fault in
module MSPUB.EXE at 0187:0046dff6.
EAX=00000000 CS=0187 EIP=0046dff6 EFLGS=00010246
EBX=005d1216 SS=018f ESP=008af284 EBP=008a0000
ECX=00000000 DS=018f ESI=00000001 FS=6237
EDX=006acd5c ES=018f EDI=000024e1 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
8a 48 02 03 c8 8b 44 24 08 50 51 e8 03 00 00 00
0046e158 008a0000 000024e1 008af4c8 008af4a0 000024e1 00000000 00467a00 006acd5c 0000002c 0000002c 004669b1 0044010e 000024e1 00000001 005d4e80
My first reaction is to remove the program and reinstall. But before I go ahead with this, has anyone got any other ideas or instructions.
Can you multiple file delete from normal locations, say some dummy test files in your My Documents folder ?
If this is purely confined to Publisher, we can look at that, but recycle bin corruption is quite common (and very annoying) so create a few test files on your desktop or in a folder of your choice and try to select several and delete them - see what happens and post back.
No problem with Word. I can amend and detete all Word and Excel Files.
After I posted Publisher has became worse, to the point that any alteration, of a removal/deletion nature caused a crash. Now I can no longer even open Publisher files. This is the detail
MSPUB executed an invalid instruction in
module <unknown> at 0000:00000017.
EAX=008afe98 CS=0187 EIP=00000017 EFLGS=00010207
EBX=008afe28 SS=018f ESP=007b0108 EBP=007b012c
ECX=007b01b0 DS=018f ESI=8195f568 FS=41cf
EDX=bff76855 ES=018f EDI=007b01d8 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
f0 57 ff 00 f0 5a ff 00 f0 00 00 a7 07 d2 08 d7
007b010c bff76849 007b01d8 008afe28 007b01f4 007b01b0 007b02e8 bff76855 008afe28 007b01c0 bff87fe7 007b01d8 008afe28 007b01f4 007b01b0 0059f0f0
Of late. I have been worrying about possible HD failure because of crash and excess fragmentation problems. However it has been mostly related to my working on a single, large, very edited/altered Publisher file
Got this about half way through, but scan compleated it's work.
I have the IBM Diagnostics Recovery Disk, if it is recycle bin corruption. Would Diagnostics pick it up?
NMAIN caused an invalid page fault in
module MFC42.DLL at 0187:5f4020f8.
EAX=81979668 CS=0187 EIP=5f4020f8 EFLGS=00010202
EBX=5f4d0088 SS=018f ESP=0745fcf8 EBP=0745fd20
ECX=c1771090 DS=018f ESI=5f4d0078 FS=5abf
EDX=00000003 ES=018f EDI=00000001 GS=2c7e
Bytes at CS:EIP:
8b 07 89 46 0c ff 15 fc b1 49 5f 8b 4d f4 8b c7
5f4d0088 00000040 00000001 0745fd88 81979668 5f4d0078 0745fcfc 0745fd70 5f492d33 ffffffff 0745fd48 5f402518 0745fec8 0745fd88 00000001 5f45bc10
Mid afternoon - now no longer accessable
Anyone have any ideas
Down loaded the Zipped folder containing MFC42.DLL.
When I unzipped it. It was empty. what did I do wrong
This is how I need to do it. all I need to do now, is find the File.
Check the ram memory.
Ram fine 248 + 8mg.
Just remembered. Windows upgrade just before I noticed this problem. Something to do with Java, I think?
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