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An Unhandled Win32 Exception Occurred In Firefox.exe


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#1 theborland

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Posted 22 May 2006 - 06:12 PM

HELP!!!
I am pretty good w/ comps but i have never seen this. i get this error that is picked up by visual studio just in time debugger whenever i open firefox, iexplorer, outlook (ping, ftp is fine),
the error will says An unhandled win32 exception occurred in firefox.exe [3960] or msimn.exe [4088] or iexplorer.exe[4744]
the error if i push the box to the side will still allow me to use those programs.
the only difference in my system from yest is i installed premiere (but i had it running previously on this machine),
any help would be greatly appreciated. i dont think its a virus as i have run adaware and norton and they went smoothly.
its driving me nuts and i can find no info on it online.
the only remedy i see is a fresh install, which i major league do not want to do.
thanks for any help,
jeff borland

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Posted 22 May 2006 - 08:09 PM

If you didn't have the problem before yesterday you may want to try Windows System Restore before you do a full frest install.

start>programs>accessories>system tools>system restore

Choose a date from before the problem existed.




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