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Abnormal termination of IE6

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I'm running IE6 on XP Home (SP2). Occasionally I get the following error message when I close IE:

The instruction at "0x01c3221c" referenced memory at "0x01c3221c". The memory could not be "read". Click on OK to terminate the program.

I've checked for spyware/trojans/viruses with Adaware, Spyware Doctor, Spybot S&D and ESET NOD32. (Spyware Doctor and NOD32 are resident anyway).

It's not a real problem (at the moment at least) and IE always starts normally afterwards.

Any ideas out there? :tazz:
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Run a memory test to see if maybe your memory is not going bad. Try Here:

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