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vbenn

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I keep getting ie explore.exe Application Error Messages such as exception 0x0eedfade application location 0x7c812a5b. Runtime Error 217 at 0239FB4A, 217 at 0241FB4A, 0238FB4A. The numbers change sometimes. Is this something I should be concerned about? If so what do I do to correct the problem. Thank you. VBenn
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If IE keeps running, I suppose it isn't too serious, but who wants to use a system full of annoying messages? Since the codes change on a regular basis, I'll assume you have several problems. Try uninstalling IE, rebooting, and reinstalling IE. You can uninstall from Start, Control Panel, Add/Remove Programs, Add/Remove Windows Components, and uncheck IE. When it's done, reboot the computer and come back to this screen using the steps above. Then, put the check mark next to IE to reinstall it.

You may also try updating IE with Windows Updates and doing a custom install so you can see a list of updates. Be sure to download anything associated with IE. IE version 7 is also out so you might give that a try.

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If IE keeps running, I suppose it isn't too serious, but who wants to use a system full of annoying messages? Since the codes change on a regular basis, I'll assume you have several problems. Try uninstalling IE, rebooting, and reinstalling IE. You can uninstall from Start, Control Panel, Add/Remove Programs, Add/Remove Windows Components, and uncheck IE. When it's done, reboot the computer and come back to this screen using the steps above. Then, put the check mark next to IE to reinstall it.

You may also try updating IE with Windows Updates and doing a custom install so you can see a list of updates. Be sure to download anything associated with IE. IE version 7 is also out so you might give that a try.

Thanks,

Magus


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