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Data Execution Prevention error message?


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epii10

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Hi,

I'm trying to install an app called KORE PLAYER and Windows XP keeps shutting the installer down before it even starts.

There is nothing wrong with the KORE PLAYER app as I downloaded it directly from NATIVE INSTRUMENTS (a leading company in the field of virtual musical instruments), so I know the problem is my computer and not the app itself.

I get the error message: Data Execution Prevention

And then I get a Windows Explorer error message where Explorer then restarts.

When I click on "details" this it what it reads:

Event Type:BEX P1:explorer.exe P2:6.0.2900.5512 P3:48025c30
P4:unknown P5:0.0.0.0 P6:00000000 P7:20202020
P8:c0000005 P9:00000008


Can anyone help me with this???

Many thanks!

Rick
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Oh and I forgot to mention that I followed all the instructions on the Microsoft website as to how to turn off the Data Execution Prevention error message and nothing worked.

Rick
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As far as I'm aware, D.E.P. is a security feature that prevents file infectors from spreading as quickly. Sounds like you may have a virus. Head over to the malware forum.
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Rootkits have a tendency to mess with DEP. I also advice a trip to the malware forum to ensure your system is clean.
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