This link might get you started since someone has reported a similar problem
More possibilities can be explored using this ( Faulting application iexplore.exe, version 6.0.2900.2180 ) in the google search field, automike25
. If you include the entire error, only 2 possibilities are shown...one you must pay to view, the other is in Yiddish or a similar language from an Israeli user forum.
Since your hijack this log was found to be clean at a point in your original thread
that is good, making it probable something else unrelated to a hijacking or other malware is at fault. To best track down the answer, post your continued experience with the problem right back where your original post was. The admin who helped you will continue to do so.
You may also gather more details, like reading the related info about similar problems to see if there is some small little thing that has been done with your settings or something
else you might recall is different now than when you started getting the problem. Maybe a problem with internet connection configurations. I don't know. Let us know.
Edited by phawgg, 25 September 2004 - 12:26 PM.