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explorer caused an invalid Page Fault


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JlynnJ

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:tazz: I keep getting an Illegal op On my Internet explorer.

This is the message that comes up:

Explorer caused an invalid Page fault in Module Explorer.exe at 015F:00401f31.

Registers:
EAX=00000000 CS= 015F EIP = 00401F31 EFLGS= 00010246
EBX = 00000001 SS=0167 ESP=0080FEEC EBD = 0080FEF4
ECX= C15CA320 DS=0167 ESI=00000000 GS=0000

Bytes at EIP:
8B 08 50 FF VL 86 45 08 50 8B 08 FF 51 08 8B 45

Stack Dump:
00401EE0 0080FEFC 00d0ff34 00405cac 00000000
00000000 00000000 00000001 00404436 00000000
00000000

Everytime I try to get on, I get that illegal Op on explorer. I even uninstalled Windows 98 and reinstalled, but still get that message.

I cannot go into safe mode. (I get Illegal op in safe mode too)

Can someone help me please!!!!!!!!!
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gerryf

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You REALLY uninstalled win98 and reinstalled and got that? That seems very unlikely---how did you uninstall it? (not calling you a liar...just trying to make sure we are using the same terminology)
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Yes, I still got that message after I Uninstalled and re-installed. I had to reformat, as I couldn't find another solution.
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if the problem occured before a reformat and after, it almost has to be hardware.

There is an offchance it is a driver for hardware---assuming you used the same drivers before and after.

What can you say about your system?

Download this:

http://www.lavalys.c...p?pid=1&lang=en

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