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How do I fix this? [The instruction at “0x00403de4” referenced memory

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My HP Mobile Workstation (Windows XP) has been running very slowly; makes all icons, windows, and toolbar disappear when I designate "End Now" for one running program (this option presents itself to me as the computer begins to run very slowly - which is ALL the time now - and when a program does not respond); finally, when I turn my computer on (after most of the time NOT being able to shut down properly due to the start menu disappearing), I receive a "Check Disk" scanning screen (which scanned 100% and then froze; forcing me to shut down improperly again!) AND, once I'm FINALLY logged into my profile (the only profile on this laptop) I receive the following notification:

The instruction at “0x00403de4” referenced memory at “0x00000064”. The memory could not be “read”

Click on OK to terminate the program
Click on CANCEL to debug the program

I have tried everything in my power to correct this problem and, now, I'm at a loss. I have run a full scan of my computer and did not come up with any viruses. I even paid $39.90 for this "ErrorEND" software that said it would help me with this problem; needless to say, it did not. Please help me? Before I go mad!

Thank you so much,


Edited by CLF16, 12 November 2012 - 02:42 AM.

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