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Ricky_22

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I have recently visited one of my 'Idol' forums, and attempted to copy a 'new' picture, which is sometimes posted on the site for that purpose.
When I tried this evening, my browser stopped working (IE 8) but immediately restarted when asked to, stopped again when I tried to copy :)

Last time this happened, I copied the 'details' which were (are) as follows:


Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: iexplore.exe
Application Version: 8.0.6001.18241
Application Timestamp: 48ae8fee
Fault Module Name: IEFRAME.dll
Fault Module Version: 8.0.6001.18241
Fault Module Timestamp: 48ae9072
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Offset: 001121d1
OS Version: 6.0.6001.2.1.0.768.3
Locale ID: 3081
Additional Information 1: 4c2a
Additional Information 2: d67d9071eddbf047e00058645741f89f
Additional Information 3: 1c3d
Additional Information 4: 9de96a6879056c1b31ef5cdae7927405


Now all of that sadly means nothing to me, although I gather it's something to do with IE8 (beta) this hasn't happened before, but it's there now oouch :)
can any of you guys/gals assist me in anyway please! it would be greatly appreciated

thnx

Ricky
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Beta applications are tagged "beta" for a reason. They shouldn't be installed on main computer.
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Beta applications are tagged "beta" for a reason. They shouldn't be installed on main computer.



Thank-you :) but I only have one computer! - I do appreciate your reply.

I have now reverted back to IE7 and no longer have that problem!

I am however still curious as to why/what happened for it to suddenly do that thing! it'll probably be 'classed' as a bug, and fixed in the IE8 update. Ah such is life huh.
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I'm glad, it worked out for you :)

but I only have one computer

That's why you don't want to play with beta programs.
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