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    IE illegal operation problem

    i am using internet explorer 5, and most recently on numerous ocassions and at different times, i get an illegal operarion box pops up the contents of it are:

    IEXPLORE caused an invalid page fault in
    module MSHTML.DLL at 0177:70c5a6fe.
    Registers:
    EAX=70ceb900 CS=0177 EIP=70c5a6fe EFLGS=00010246
    EBX=01be3ec0 SS=017f ESP=0058d3f0 EBP=00000400
    ECX=01be3ec0 DS=017f ESI=0058d4f0 FS=4747
    EDX=00000000 ES=017f EDI=00000001 GS=0000
    Bytes at CS:EIP:
    00 83 64 24 2c 00 83 64 24 30 00 56 8b cb e8 3b
    Stack dump:
    01be3ec0 0058d4f0 0058d450 00000800 01be3ec0 00000001 00000000 00000000 00c0c0c0 00000000 00808080 000000a4 0058d450 70c59f1b 0058d4f0 01be6ee0

    i click close then get an alert the was an internal error with one of the windows you are using, they will be closed.
    what is the cure for this problem?
    it also did it after logging on, due to my desktop wallpaper, but only did the illegal operationm, it went round in loops and i had to turn of the computer to get out of it.

    anyone know the cure?
    i`m desperate
    thanks in advance
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    you might want to reinstall your os and or internet explorer. or just upgrade to ie6.

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    Netscape

    i have tried reinstalling internet explorer, but it doesn`t fix the problem.
    i might upgrade, but ie6 would seriously lag my computer, which has 64MB of ram,

    scroots
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    Ram is cheap, you can get 256mb for 11 quid, or around $18.

    Splash out if you can, and watch your computer work a lot faster.



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    Re: IE illegal operation problem

    Originally posted by scroots
    anyone know the cure?
    Red Hat Linux 7.2
    Mac OS X

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    Linux rules...


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    when i buy my own pc probably before xmas, i will run linux, windows have a decent processor around 2GHz and run anything i want.

    scroots
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    What OS are you running Scroots? Mshtml.dll is responsible for image rendering in Internet Explorer. However problems are generally when using Windows 95 (you can't be surely? ) The solution is to either reduce colours or upgrade video drivers.

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    Mouse is right, this sounds very much like a defective video driver type problem. Especially since you're talking about it having trouble with your desktop wallpaper.

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    desktop wallparer is to do with active desktop, so you can have a html webpage as your desktop. i`m running window 98. i thought mshtml.dll was the html parsing dodah for internet explorer.

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    get rid of windows 98 :\ upgrade to 2k, xp..or consider changing to linux.


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