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iexplorer.exe error

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i keep getting an iexplorer.exe error whenever i get onto Myspace and try to scroll down. now this seems to only happen at this one website and i clear out cookies and temp internet files and go back in and it happens 99% of the time. its getting irritating. I have downloaded spybot search and destroy and just ran it last night and nothing came up. I have noticed that there is an extra folder in my control panel that has no name and i can't delete it or open it also. I have run virus software and ccleaner...still having the same problem no matter what. can you help me? this is what comes up with the error:
IEXPLORE caused a general protection fault
in module <unknown> at 0000:0001a0ea.
EAX=000000b3 CS=205f EIP=0001a0ea EFLGS=00010206
EBX=00000000 SS=2067 ESP=0000c918 EBP=0000c940
ECX=464e4900 DS=2067 ESI=0000c970 FS=329f
EDX=00000020 ES=2067 EDI=00000095 GS=1df7
Bytes at CS:EIP:
8b 0c 81 89 4d f4 23 c9 74 14 51 e8 26 58 00 00
Stack dump:
00002067 0000c970 00002067 0001f914 000c95ec 00000000 0095b320 000c95b4 00000000 000002db 0000cbd0 00016cd0 00000095 0000c970 00000001 00002067

Edited by hillbilyswife, 06 August 2008 - 05:21 AM.

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Get all the latest Windows updates for your system, including DirectX. You could also get Firefox web browser which will be more up to date that the version of IE that win98 runs. Your system may simply be too outdated for such a new website.
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