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From: jason on 08/01/2003
My problem is that I'm getting an error pop-up when I close out a web page. I'm using Windows XP on a Dell Computer with Internet Explorer. The error reads exactly like this:

iexplorer.exe - Application Error
The Instruction at "0x01512008" referenced memory "0x01512008". The memory could not be "read".

It hasn't affected much on my computer but it's extremely annoying and I want it to stop. Please help!!!

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From: Richard on 07/14/2011
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Hi I have a problem everytime I log into this website call comicbookresources it says iexplorer application error pops up
How do you fix this problems?


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From: govindaraj on 01/03/2011
the instruction at "0x7e2ac6fb" referenced at "0x02232b3c" .the memory could not be "read" , click on OKcar terminate the problem.
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From: Max on 04/11/2010
SOLVED: Control Panel/ Add Remove Programs/Remove/ Google Tool Bar.

FINALLY fixed this way aggravating problem.

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From: Kee on 02/23/2009
I face the following problem, can you assist ? thank you.


IEXPLORE.EXE – Application Error

The instruction at “0x7c809813” referenced memory at “0x00000018”. The memory could not be “written”.

Click on OK to terminate the program
Click CANCEL to debug the program

regards
Kee

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From: Gordon on 11/23/2008
"Go to Tools>Manage Add-Ons>Enable or disable Add-Ons"

Does not exist and thus a useless piece of information. Perhaps a bit more detail is called for.

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From: Froggie147 on 10/10/2008
When i closing the internet explorer , I have a error message "The instructions at "0x018e3795" referenced memory at "0x013546b0". The memory could not be "read",
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From: James on 03/24/2008
Philip on 2/14/2008 had the absolute answer to my glitch at address 0x6600accc - Internet Explorer/Tools/Manage Addons - I disables the new Yahoo toolbar and toolbar helper (yt.dll) and the problem disappeared. Keeping Outlook and a test web page open sure makes it easy to test after disabling the culprits.
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From: Patrick on 03/20/2008
Right click on My Computer and choose Manage. Go to the event viewer and select Application. Look for a red X that says Application Error that will correspond to your explorer crash and double-click it. If it says [Faulting application iexplore.exe, version 6.0.2900.2180, faulting module urlmon.dll, version 6.0.2900.3231, fault address 0x0003b5ce.] then the problem is due to windows security update 928090, 931768, 933566, or 942615. This can be fixed by adding a registry entry.
1. Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.
2. Locate and then click the following registry subkey:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\FeatureControl\
3. On the Edit menu, point to New, and then click Key.
4. Type FEATURE_PROTECT_DECOMPRESSION_FILTER_FROM_ABORT_KB942367, and then press ENTER.
5. Right-click FEATURE_PROTECT_DECOMPRESSION_FILTER_FROM_ABORT_KB942367, point to New, and then click DWORD Value.
6. Type an asterisk symbol (*), and then press ENTER.

Note The asterisk symbol (*) represents any process name that uses Urlmon.dll. If you want to make this change for an individual application that uses Urlmon.dll, you can use the name of that application instead of the asterisk symbol (*). For example, you can use Appname.exe.
7. Right-click the asterisk symbol (*), and then click Modify.
8. In the Value data box, type 1, and then click OK.
9. Exit Registry Editor.
Microsoft knows about this problem. You can check it out for yourself at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/942367/en-us

Good Luck.

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From: tumo on 02/21/2008
I have tried to disble add ons and it worked. Thanks
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From: Philip on 02/14/2008
Go to Tools , Manage Add ons and disable each in turn until you find the one causing the problem. In my case it was related to Norton. You don't need to restart after each disable. Just open and close explorer to see if the message persists. It will go when you find the right one
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From: Jonnydarke on 01/14/2008
You could run those annoying Windows Updates... There are actually a few decent ones.
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From: Jan on 12/20/2007
I have that same problem but the code that i get is "The instruction at 0x10022d22 referenced memory at 0x10022d22. The memory could not be read". What can i do to fix it?
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From: Eloise on 09/07/2007
Go to Tools>Manage Add-Ons>Enable or disable Add-Ons

.. and disable all toolbars any any other crap you know you will not need (someone else's suggestions), but (my suggestion) specifically stuff related to Earthlink tool bars. That's what finally solved my problem.

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From: Aslam on 07/19/2007
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My problem is that I'm getting an error pop-up when I close out a web page. I'm using Windows XP on a Dell Computer with Internet Explorer. The error reads exactly like this:
iexplorer.exe - Application Error
The Instruction at "0x01512008" referenced memory "0x01512008". The memory could not be "read".

It hasn't affected much on my computer but it's extremely annoying and I want it to stop. Please help!!!

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From: Onyx23 on 01/19/2007
For the iexplorer.exe Application Error problem...

Go to Tools>Manage Add-Ons>Enable or disable Add-Ons

.. and disable all toolbars any any other crap you know you will not need.

Then restart IE - problem fixed!!!

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From: h.dubal on 01/16/2007
i m having this same error iexplorer.exe in sp2
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From: tami on 11/14/2006
hellow. i have d same phreaking problem. the thing is i have a different error but it comes up everytime i close some programs and my internet explorer.
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From: Mamoulian on 07/09/2004
Uninstall and reinstall spyware remover.
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From: Chris on 06/04/2004
I have the same exact problem on a Compaq Presario 2100 notebook running WinXP. I will post here again if I fix it.
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From: derek kelly on 05/09/2004
installed all patches virus and worm killer are up to date
by the second i am filling in reseller apps
and boom memory crash different address every time
iexplorer

my system is more like a server 2.4gig ati 9600all allinw 128meg
2gig rambus 400gig hdd ,sound blaster audigy2 asus

now patch your ie version has bugs big time in xp service 2 beta
canidate rc 1

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From: Gerry on 12/08/2003
I have the same problem too. My error reads: The inst. at "0x01574999" referenced memory at "0x6f6f685d". The memory could not be read. NOW...I have the spyware and ran the search and destroy. I deleted everything except "mysearch" files and "windows media player" files. NO LUCK Then I tried to do a disk clean up and it locked up. Then I tried to run a search for temporary internet files and it locked up. Then I tried a scandisk.... in worked but didn't fix the problem. I even adusted my virtual memory. I think I downloaded a file that doesn't want to be read and then it locks up. A possible virus maybe. I haven't tried a defrag yet. That will be my last step to see if it will do even THAT. I will also run DrWatson. If all else fails. I will Uninstall Iexplorer and reinstall it. If that doesn't work, I'll backup all my files, and Format the whole darn thing. Anyone have any other suggestions?
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From: AK on 11/24/2003
How do you uninstall spyware?
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From: jason(no relation) on 11/17/2003
had same problem.
uninstalled spyware.
problem went away
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From: Stephanie on 11/11/2003
Having the exact problem on a Dell XP computer. What is the fix?
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From: jaron on 10/25/2003
it doesn't seem to affect anything on my computer, but I found that I have to click on it multiple times until the computer can't handle it anymore and it just removes it. I wonder if this is a factory glitch?
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From: Doug on 09/30/2003
I have the same annoying problem. I even had my computer taken in to try to fix it, but they could not do anything. I need help!
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From: Dan on 09/24/2003
I'm getting the same problem, but my computer freezes after it.
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From: Kelly on 09/23/2003
I am having the same problem. Have you had any help yet?
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