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cloudsuck

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Hi

I get the following message quite often. (after trying to scan something)

In blue address bars:

explorer.exe Application error

The instruction at " 0x734305be" reference memory at"0x734305be". The memomory could not be "read"

OPTIONS: Click Ok to terminate the program
click on CANCEL to debug the program.


I suspect this has something to do with my flatbed scanner software "Mirascan"

Please advise.

yours sincerely

Jaco

Edited by cloudsuck, 29 August 2007 - 09:50 PM.

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Start by re-installing the scanner software
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Start by re-installing the scanner software


Done. Still persintent. Instead I uninstalled the scanner software. To no avail.

FWIW iif i click either buttons, my system kinda "crashes". Not as serious, but the desktop items disappear for a few seconds only to reappear later.

I might add this message usually appears when I double click the "firefox" button to get on to the internet.

Hope this helps

Jaco
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problem resolved.

Unchecked the "other languages" button in the internet option tab.

Thanks anyway
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