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AIM crashes when I send


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pyroguysf

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AOL Instant Messenger crashes everytime it plays the imsend sound when I send a message to another user, or preview the sound in the preferences window. Ran Ad-aware, Spybot, and anti-virus which didn't do anything. First is give me the error message saying that AIM encountered a problem and must close, but when I say ok, another message pops up saying, The instruction at "0x1129f29d" referenced memory at "0x04d37508". The memory could not be "read". Click OK to terminate the program. and I can't figure out what to do because it's like everytime I send a message to someone i have to sign off.
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if you disable the sounds....does it still kick you off when you send a message?
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Actually, no it didn't, but after I tried everything, one of my friends suggestions led me to click "Set Expression" and then I just reset the sound part of it and then reassigned the right sound to sending a message and it worked. Thanks though.
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good find...thanks for letting us know
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