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  8342mat 19 Apr 12
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When i try to access Twitter, i get a "stack overflow at line 30" warning

Why, and can this be resolved ?

Thank you

Mat

  northumbria61 19 Apr 12

Stack is a specific amount of memory assigned to a program to use. A stack overflow means that this stack is full and you can't insert anymore data into it.

Are you using Internet Explorer?

I would suggest you try the following method and check if it helps.

Increase the disk space for Temporary Internet Files.

  1. Open Internet Explorer. Click on Tools and then on Internet options.

  2. In the General Tab, Under Browsing History, click on Settings.

  3. Increase Disk Space to use, from 50 to 100.

  4. Click on Save.

  5. Restart Internet Explorer and check if helps.

  8342mat 20 Apr 12

Thank you for the reply. Have already tried this without success.

Mat

  northumbria61 20 Apr 12

Does it happen if you use a different browser - ie Firefox ?

  northumbria61 20 Apr 12

Okay try this -

  1. Download and install a free registry cleaner such as CCleaner [enter link description here] if you haven't got it already.

  2. This program will scan your registry for outdated or useless entries, removing them in the process.

  3. Open CCleaner and select Registry then Scan for Issues button. You will get the option to backup the Registry. Depending on the speed of your computer and the size of your registry, this can take anywhere from 30 seconds to several minutes.

  4. Click on the Fix Problems* button to delete redundant or outdated registry entries found by the cleaning program. This will speed up your computer and should fix stack overflow errors.

  northumbria61 20 Apr 12

Click on the Fix Problems button to delete redundant or outdated registry entries found by the cleaning program.

  northumbria61 20 Apr 12

LINK for CCleaner - enter link description here

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