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Kernel32 error and computer randomly freezes.

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For the last few weeks I've been having problems with Quicktime and Pop-Up Sentry both crashing upon start up. They're both naming the kernel32.dll in the error report. Quicktime also states that its an invalid win32 app.

I've also had iTunes randomly freeze my whole computer up whenever I copy a CD to my hard drive. Each time I have to reach back and unplug the computer because there is no other way to restart the system.

I figure maybe all these problem are related to one another. Could it be possible the kernel32 or some other releated program is messed up.

Any tips on how to solve one or any of these problem?

Edited by omyard, 19 June 2005 - 09:02 PM.

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