Annoying error message!

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  1. arun687

    arun687 Registered Member

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    Hi everybody, i'm a new member. Please help me with this!

    I'm using Windows XP SP2 home edition
    Everytime i exit any program connected to the internet, i get the following error message!

    Instruction at XXXXXXXXX referenced Memory at 0X00000XX. The memory could not be read

    This applies for almost all the programs like IE, Opera, messengers, WM player and all other programs using the internet.

    I've tried scanning with adaware, microsoft antispyware, and CWShredder.
    Nothing helped!
    :'(
    Please help me with this!!!
     
    Last edited: Jan 16, 2005
  2. Dan Perez

    Dan Perez Retired Moderator

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    Hi arun687!

    Welcome to Wilders!

    How long has this been happening?

    Was there anything added or removed at about the time this started happening?
     
  3. arun687

    arun687 Registered Member

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    hi sir,
    thnkx for the response
    This has been happening since a month now.
    I really dont remember what i added or removed just before this has started happening, as i do install and remove a lot of programs.
    please help!!
     
  4. Bubba

    Bubba Updates Team

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    Was that the actual message numbers ?
    If not....would you mind supplying the actual numbers since they can be helpful at times.
     
  5. arun687

    arun687 Registered Member

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    hi friends,
    the numers arent same everytime, i'm typing a few error msg below

    While closing Windows media player:-

    wmplayer.exe-application error
    The intrusion at "0x02104830" referenced memory at "0x02120e34". The memory could not be "read".
    Click on OK to terminate the program


    While closing yahoo messenger:-
    Ypager.exe-application error
    The intrusion at "0x034a4830" referenced memory at "0x034d0cc4". The memory could not be "read".
    Click on OK to terminate the program


    While closing Internet Explorer:-
    IEXPLORER.EXE- Application error
    The intrusion at "0x02a04830" referenced memory at "0x02a30e34". The memory could not be "read".
    Click on OK to terminate the program

    The no.s arent same everytime even for the same program, for example i tried closing IE for a second time in a few minutes, i got this error

    IEXPLORER.EXE- Application error
    The intrusion at "0x02904830" referenced memory at "0x02930e34". The memory could not be "read".
    Click on OK to terminate the program


    What would be the reason for this??
     
  6. MickeyTheMan

    MickeyTheMan Security Expert

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    Do you happen to have hyperthreading enabled
     
  7. arun687

    arun687 Registered Member

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    I use an intel p4 1.8ghz processor which do not support hyper threading.
    How can i find out if i have enabled hyper threading o_O
     
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  9. arun687

    arun687 Registered Member

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    i had applied game xp and freeram xp long long back.
    I had also formatted the drive once since that.
    Now i dont use any such software
    Is the usage of game xp the reason for thiso_O
     
  10. Phant0m

    Phant0m Registered Member

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    I noticed after applying GameXP v1.4.10.11 on the gaming system, running Windows XP PRO with SP2 and all the hotfixes, something similar occurs every time anything accessed graphical environments, normally games and videos. Once responding to the dialog whatever application accessed graphical environments would crash, luckily for me I were aware not to trust GameXP and kept the directory on my HDD that contains the backup to be used to restore\undo changes done by GameXP, after restoring and re-booting the problem were no longer.
     
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