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Explorer Unexpectedly Quits - Error 0x7c911f6c


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#1 kcuthy

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Posted 06 June 2007 - 04:48 PM

I have been experiencing a problem where windows explorer unexpectedly quits when I open a folder that has a .jpg in it. I have been using the same application (PhotoShop) to produce the .jpg's for years, with no problem. However, I am increasingly getting the following error:

The instruction at "0x7c911f6c" referenced memory at "0x0065006c". The memory could not be "read".

I have seen info that some of these errors are a result of damaged RAM or bad configuration. I ran MemCheck for 5 hours; no errors.

I have not changed any configuration (at least, not intentionally), but don't know what to look for.

Any ideas would be appreciated.

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Posted 07 June 2007 - 01:09 AM

A few things you can try.

1. Rename the folder containing the photos so that it has a shorter name. Long folder names can cause this problem. You should rename the folder before opening it.

2. Uninstall Photoshop. Reboot. Reinstall Photoshop.

3. If method 2 doesn't work then reinstall again, only this time when the installer asks what files you want to be associated with Photoshop, do not select tiff, bmp, jpg and png.
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Posted 12 June 2007 - 01:50 PM

Thanks, Budapest.

I did know about long filenames and/or path names, so I do try to keep 'em short. I unistalled/re-installed Photoshop. Explorer hasn't quit since then, but it takes an amazing amount of time for Explorer to "paint" the file type icons onto the screen when I open folders with .jpgs in them, and the entire system freezes if I try to open a file before all the painting is complete (although - if I wait the interminable amount of time for the window to refresh, everything works fine).

I hesitate to break the association between .jpg filetypes and Photoshop, cuz it would just plain piss me off to have to right-click and choose "open with" every time I want to work in Photoshop.

It would seem that there's still something amiss. I think I'm going to try to roll back the OS to before the last Windows update. While I can't say for sure that the problems started after the last update - - - I think the problems started after the last update (bless 'lil Billy boy's bug-laden code generators' hearts).

Thanks for the tips. I hope to find the rest of the solution.




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