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ok, this just started to happen but whenever i open www.myspace.com this error message comes up and i dont know why...

Windows Application Error
The application failed to initailize properly (0x00000d7). Click OK to terminate the application.

can someone please help me fix it, i would greatly appreciate it. thank you

Dan :whistling:
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hi welcome to geeks
this one interests me
remember I am working blind so bare with me
also if you haven't mentioned it yet:
- what model of computer
- what os, XPpro or home
- how old is it

I am looking up your error, and will be back in a moment
tells me if it is your end or theirs
I could not find your exact error in the database but the nearest one to it point to your computer not having enough capasity to manager the program

Edited by fleamailman, 18 October 2006 - 05:12 PM.

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well i have a windows xp.
and its not just myspace...it just started to happen to google.

Dan
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Window Xp Home <----
ive had this computer for around 5 years now? id say.

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Thanks for the info
sorry but a few more questions than
- type of computer
- is my space the only link that you are unable to open
- is the link you are using old or dead
(google, and then link to my space from there)

in your internet configuration
- sometimes a site is blocked for your own protection
- othertimes a site is blocked by mistake

(probably not the below but look and see)
to unblock a blocked Internet site on system

runbox command
- press keyboard buttons: winkey + r
- paste this in slot: inetcpl.cpl @0,2
- press: enter
(internet privacy tab open)
- click: sites
- see if the site is on the blocked list

also
check to see that you have the latest Java installed
http://java.com/en/d...help/testvm.xml
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i can access it but when im in the middle of it, it sometimes says the error message ^^ and then then IE terminates it self. i did a full ad-aware scan, i think it stopped doing it, but im not sure. i know its not blocked.
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still not telling me what machine you are running, nor os, so my replies will be limited

do you still have the problem

the (0x00000d7) is not on this link
http://aumha.org/win5/kbestop.php
- discribe a bit more what the message looks like,
- what is it reading in event viewer

to read the event viewer
runbox command
- press keyboard buttons: winkey + r
- paste this in slot: eventvwr.msc
- press: enter
- click system
- see if the error it there

also
when you had this problem was there an install active X toolbar appearing near the top of the window
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