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Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library?


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cheery_pie

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OK, I keep getting this pop-up on my computer while on the internet...


Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library

Assertion failed!

Program: C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplorer.exe
File: .\lists.cpp
Line: 480

Expression: !(p==bodykwref.end())

For information on how your progran can cause assertion failure, see the Visual C++ documentation on asserts

(Press Retry to debug the application - JIT must be enabled)


However, when I press "abort" it will go away but return shortly. When I press "retry" I get a pop-up saying that internet explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close. so then i either press send error report or don't send. But either way it doesn't close down any of my open windows or anything. (i have wireless internet) If I choose to press "ignore" nothing whatsoever happens.

Please I need help! I don't know anything about computers! :tazz:
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Refer this topic:
http://www.geekstogo...ary-t53155.html
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That thread did seem to solve the problem for the other guys.
Sorry it didnt work for U.

Now lets look for missing\corrupt dlls
Follow the steps below:
Start->Run. Type cmd. Press Enter.
In the Command-Prompt Window, type sfc /SCANONCE. Press Enter.
Follow the instructions by the System File Checker.
(Note:The scan will done on next reboot, so u will be prompted for a reboot.)


If sfc does'nt find anything, lets go to the next step: Re-install IE.
Download and run this script from Kelly's Korner. (link). This will help u to re-install IE easily.
U will be prompted for a path, if u PC came pre-installed with SP2, insert ur WindowsXP with SP2 CD; otherwise if u have upgraded to SP2 later, type C:\WINDOWS\ServicePackFiles\i386.
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Strange, the same thing happened to me with Pidgin. I did a Windows update and it disappeared.
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I got that exact same error when attempting to install my Sony Bloggie software and upload pics/videos. I think my computer updates automatically, so not sure how to make it happen otherwise. I have a brand new Toshiba netbook NS505-N508 running windows 7, 32-bit system, 2M RAM, 1.67 GHz (if any of that info helps). Please help! Thank you.
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