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Just received notification dialogue box indicating SLIPCORE.EXE has encountered a problem and needs to close, I clicked DEBUG but would like to know what this is and what its purpose is an what actions may be taken to rectify the problem.

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Have you got this

http://www.slipstrea...doesitwork.html
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Additional info.

http://www.softwaret...lipcoreexe.html

Core module for Slipstream - internet acceleration through compression/decompression techniques, intelligent cacheing on the server side, and real-time conversion of large/high-bandwidth images to less bulky pix. Used by popular ISPs such as IceNet, Wanadoo, Terra, OnSpeed, United Online and AOL Canada. Required if the user's account is locked in to that proxy server


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No I am not involved with this slipstream at all.
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Can you ask if your ISP uses it
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