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Ie6 Crashing With Run Time Error Message


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#1 kevinb89

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Posted 23 October 2005 - 12:07 PM

Dear all,

Have been playing all day with sons pc, it was badly afected by spyware etc etc, and i have now cleared as much of this off as I can using MS antispyware, Spybot and Adaware. However since I've done this, IE is failing after a few uses (ie I open it, use a couple of pages and then it closes) coming up with an error message of The application has been closed due to a run time error.

Does anyone have any suggestions? Ive reinstalled IE6 and that has made no difference?

Many thanks

Kevin

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Posted 23 October 2005 - 07:56 PM

Hello kevinb89 and welcome to BC.

This can be caused by a full hard drive. Have you cleaned all temp files? A good application for that is available from www.Ccleaner.com.

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Posted 24 October 2005 - 02:05 PM

Thanks for the suggestion. The disk is only a third full (over 50gb free on an 80gb disk).

I think it may be linked to a faulty installation of net nanny, as this program is not loading properly and is sending up error messages. If these are not answered and left open it seeems to keep IE open longer, so I'm going to try and uninstall net nanny and see what happens.... watch this space lol!




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