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R6025 Runtime Error closes IE at specific website


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Kezza

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Hi,

Everytime I try to visit a specific website (www.eonline.com.... What? I need my TomKat fix :whistling:)
I get:

Runtime Error!
Program: C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
R6025
-pure virtual function call

Only happens with this website, only happens on this computer. I have Google toolbar installed here and on all computers I use regularly, this is the only one with this issue.

Any ideas?
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Kezza

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UPDATE - I saw the other post regarding this issue that was bumped this morning so I tried uninstalling google toolbar and no joy. I have also tried:

Installing BHODaemon and disabling all BHO (there were only 2, both benign)
Installing and running Ad-aware and removing all critical objects
Internet Options - Advanced - unchecking Enable Third Party Browser Extensions

No luck with anything, any other ideas?

Thanks
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Bump... No one can help me?
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:whistling: Were you able to find a solution to this? I 'm having the same problem on two of five PCs.
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