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this has been happening since I bought my computer, Compaq, in 2005. I'm never able to use the search for pics or files/folders without the message: "instruction @ 0X35F73b6A referenced memory @ 0X00000024. Memory couldn't be read, cancel, ok, or debug". This is when I go to Start on my desktop and then Search and then type in a file name. As I'm starting to type in a word the big box comes up..."Explorer.exe Application Error"
I can still do my search but this big box is in the way and once I click it, no matter what I choice of the cancel or ok, debug it blacks out my whole screen and then 20 secs later it all appears, but I lose where I was because it has been closed out.
Very frustrating to work around!

Edited by bebbje, 16 April 2008 - 05:57 PM.

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