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Ie7 Sysfader Error On Google Video Site


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#1 cilypudi

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Posted 25 March 2008 - 01:49 AM

Ok, I'm at wit's end. So I gotta ask for help.
I use IE7 browser and I'm getting the Sysfader error
whenever I visit Google Video, and of course the
browser goes down. This has only started happening,
I guess past six weeks or so. The Sysfader error does not
happen on any other video site, even youTube, just
Google Videos.

I've done all the troubleshooting and searched
everywhere for a solution. So I know the following
info.

- It's got nothing to do with nVidia card thingy.
I got all ATI stuff and a REAL-TEK sound card.

_ Under my system performance, all the scrolling and
fade effects are turned off (not checked) And I thought
that's what the Sysfader thing was, but that's not it.

-I've disabled all the IE7 add-ons except "cookies"
and the "Adobe Shockwave flash Active-x" cause the
videos won't play without it, but all other add-ons
have been disabled to see if that helped.
And restarted the browser and rebooted etc.

So, that's all I could find. And I'm stuck.

Okay, I just made it do it....I went
to Google Video, did a search on "Jordan Maxwell",
videos come up, I click on one, it tries to open up
in a separate window, then the error box pops up:

_____________________________________________________
SysFader: IEXPLORE.EXE - Application Error
The instruction at "0x75c54a27" referenced memory at "0x00000240".
The memory could not be "read". Click OK to terminate the program.
_____________________________________________________

I'm checking my Task Manager now
before I shut the browser down and it says

Physical Memory:
Total- 392664
Available- 110488
System Cache- 140424

so I don't think it's a memory problem.
But the Sysfader never happens except on Google video.
I wonder if it's a MS update problem since it only started
happening in the past few weeks. Didn't see that
searching though. And no new software installations to
associate it with. Google Video used to work
just fine. Any ideas?

My PC specs

Gateway W3400 e-machine
Win XP Home Edition (5.1.2600 SP2) fully updated
150 GB hd (40 GB free)
512 MB RAM
AMD Athlon 64 3000+
ATI Technologies Inc
Radeon XPRESS 200 - video
REAL-TEK AC'97 - sound
IE7 - browser
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