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Invalid page fault in module explorer.exe


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The Canadian

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Hello every body,

The following question has been asked round here, however, I have some extra words need to add.. plus, i wasn't able to get the rest of the story..

Yes, I am new round here....

My PC is running under Win 98, at the first step of booting my PC, i am getting this error message- [Explorer caused an invalid page fault in module EXPLORER.EXE at 015f:00403ale].
"There are alot of registers following this. I have some important info I need off of this so I would like to know if there is a solution to this without formatting at this time".
Indeed, I am not able to get into the desktop... the program is closing...

One way to get inside my PC is through the C++ debugger of the error message mentioned above.

Thanks and cheers..
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peterm

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The easy way is to take your hard drive to a friends place & have him install it as a slave. If he has enough disk space to copy to his
or if he can burn the data to a CD once you have all the files
reformat your hard drive. If you can't copy to his hard drive & he can't burn CD's(get a new friend) Have him remove the windows directory
and then reinstall the operating system. Should not write over your info
Cheers
Peterm
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