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WOW I think my computer is bad sick! Help?


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Alias775

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Today I had troubles with IE 7 and Chrome both. Chrome complained that Shockwave was unresponsive over and over. Both browsers crashed on me at my high tech web site building site.

I went to my programs and saw that Flash Player showed NO MB or KB and Shockwave looked ok. I uninstalled both. Turned the computer. Restarted it and went to
re-install both. I got Shockwave with not trouble - but Flash was a serious proble.

Twice I got the error message( I wrote the whole [bleep] thing down for you)

It said: get Plus® Error, Operating system error 16263.319-42072312.8007007E.FFFFFFF.80080005. I couldn't really tell if that was 6 or 7 F's in a row.

But tonight, I went to my game site IWON.com and IE crashed both times I tried to play. Chrome won't even operate there, it has always given me errors that "Shockwave is Unresponsive". I have had that problem ever since I installed Chrome. So I just don't use Chrome on high video type sites.

But, now I think there is really a problem with my system and I'm SCARED!

Can any of you think of what is wrong and what steps to take to fix it?

Thanks, Alias775
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Tpneer2

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first of all upgrade your IE form 7 to 8 then reinstallthe shoockwave and flash and then reboot
hsould fix the errors
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