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sometimes my computer says illegal operations close down it also says its caused by msgrsv32 i don't know what that is can someone tell me what it is and how to stop it :tazz:
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msgrsv32 is the part of Windows that gives you your desktop back when you have an error in explorer.exe. Plus it has its fingers in so many pies so to speak that when it breaks, it doesn't just break, it REALLY breaks.

Can also be caused by faulty memory, but if not then you may have malware on the system.
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