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I get the error Explorer.exe with referenced memory # something. It asks me to terminate it and/or debug. I debug and the entire screen has nothing but the wallpaper. No icons, nadda. Can you guys help me please!? I have another error too but i'll save that one for another day.
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Please tell me what the other error is it could be very relevant and what is the full message on the referenced memory.
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Please tell me what the other error is it could be very relevant and what is the full message on the referenced memory.


Right now the only thing i can tell you is that i also have the SVCHOST.EXE error as well. I will have to find out the rest of the message from those two later.

Edited by RoundUp, 28 June 2010 - 03:20 PM.

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http://onecare.live....-Us/default.htm

Pls go to this link.
Select Safety Scanner
Click the full service scan. Click complete scan. When it offers the option click customize Select comprehensive scan and check both boxes
UNCHECK the boxes on performance
Check the open ports scan.
Then scan.

Edited by Macboatmaster, 28 June 2010 - 04:40 PM.

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http://onecare.live....-Us/default.htm

Pls go to this link.
Select Safety Scanner
Click the full service scan. Click complete scan. When it offers the option click customize Select comprehensive scan and check both boxes
UNCHECK the boxes on performance
Check the open ports scan.
Then scan.


I'm trying this right now so it will be a bit. Referring to your last comment before, i got this error.

"The Instruction at Ox00bbfdb0 with referenced memory "same number as before". Memory could not be read.
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Alrighty, i tried it and tested it. It didn't work. Although it did get some other crap outta my system. I thank you for that. Should i give you my computer specs or something?
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Does this error then prevent Windows loading sometimes If so press F8 on first post and se if you can enter on Safe Mode. That is just Safe Mode, not Safe Mode with networking.
Then open My Computer, right click the hard drive, click properties and click Tools, then click Error Checking, then click Check Now, click to check the box Automatically fix file system errors, click Start and in reply to the message "Do you wish to reschedule for next restart" click Yes.
Restart and let it run. DO NOT INTERRUPT
Pls post back when completed.

Edited by Macboatmaster, 30 June 2010 - 02:05 PM.

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Does this error then prevent Windows loading sometimes If so press F8 on first post and se if you can enter on Safe Mode. That is just Safe Mode, not Safe Mode with networking.
Then open My Computer, right click the hard drive, click properties and click Tools, then click Error Checking, then click Check Now, click to check the box Automatically fix file system errors, click Start and in reply to the message "Do you wish to reschedule for next restart" click Yes.
Restart and let it run. DO NOT INTERRUPT
Pls post back when completed.


Nope it didn't help at all.
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So, will the computer load Windows in normal mode OR does it produce the Explorer.exe error EVERT TIME.
If so will it load Safe Mode without the error.
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So, will the computer load Windows in normal mode OR does it produce the Explorer.exe error EVERT TIME.
If so will it load Safe Mode without the error.


Well, it loads it but after acouple mintues of loading, it starts giving me those errors and then it makes Windows disappear.
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Please try and give me the answer to each post.
ie: Will it load and work in Safe Mode without the error.
Safe Mode loads a minumum set of drivers and it maybe that will help identify the cause
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Please try and give me the answer to each post.
ie: Will it load and work in Safe Mode without the error.
Safe Mode loads a minumum set of drivers and it maybe that will help identify the cause


IM sorry, i'll just reply to each post like this. Sorry if this isn't what you want. I am sick right now so i can't think worth crap. LOL

1.) For IE: It will load it in Safe Mode.
2.) OneCare: It Didn't Work.
3.) Auto Fix Errors on HD: Didn't Work
4.) Explorer.exe error message: The Instruction at Ox00bbfdb0 with referenced memory "same number as before". Memory could not be read.
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There is absolutely no need to apologise, it was just that I was not sure if it would run in Safe Mode sufficiently to carry out some tests.
Pls download this and run it in Safe Mode
Allow it to run two passes.
It will keep running until you stop it.
http://www.memtest.org/

Edited by Macboatmaster, 02 July 2010 - 02:12 PM.

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There is absolutely no need to apologise, it was just that I was not sure if it would run in Safe Mode sufficiently to carry out some tests.
Pls download this and run it in Safe Mode
Allow it to run two passes.
It will keep running until you stop it.
http://www.memtest.org/


CAn you show me step by step on how to Install and Run it so it will run. I did it and can't find the program now. Thanks!
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