07-28-2009, 06:37 PM
Please help!Every time I close IE I get this errorand the program crashesCan you Please direct me how to put it right
07-28-2009, 11:18 PM
Try using "link removed"
It will scan you system for corrupted dlls and registry entries.
07-29-2009, 09:49 AM
If you are only getting this error,when you open or close Internet explorer, then follow my directions ok, if not read further down. Internet explorer errors can usually be fixed by uninstalling the current version, be it 8 or 7 and then downloading version 7 again either by windows update or direct from microsoft site, Version 8 explorer is not recommended for older computers, and has other issues of its own. After doing that download ad install, get the free "Ccleaner" from www.filehippo.com (http://www.filehippo.com) to clean up your registry. Note: you must reboot between the removal and putting the new version in. Do not use any PC tools product, like the one mentioned below, it will only show you the fix ,but not fix anything until you pay and register the crap. I fix computers everyday here in Canada and own an Internet Cafe in Naval, Biliran.
Other causes can be:
The Kernel32.dll file handles memory management, input/output operations, and interrupts. When you start Windows , Kernel32.dll is loaded into a protected memory space so that other programs do not take over that memory space.
On occasion, you may receive an invalid page fault (IPF) error message. This error message occurs when a program tries to access the Kernel32.dll protected memory space. Occasionally, the error message is caused by one particular program, and other times the error message is provoked by multiple files and programs.
If the problem results from running one program, the program needs to be replaced. If the problem occurs when you access multiple files and programs, the damage is likely caused by damaged hardware.
You may want to clean boot the computer to help you identify the particular third-party memory-resident software. Note that programs that are not memory-resident can also cause IPF error messages.
The following conditions can cause Kernel32.dll error messages:
<LI itxtvisited="1">Damaged swap file <LI itxtvisited="1">File allocation damage <LI itxtvisited="1">Damaged password list <LI itxtvisited="1">Damaged or incorrect version of the Kernel32.dll file <LI itxtvisited="1">Damaged registry <LI itxtvisited="1">Hardware, hot CPU, over clocking, broken power supply, RF noise, ground bounce, or bad hard disk controller <LI itxtvisited="1">BIOS settings for Wait states, RAM timing, or other BIOS settings <LI itxtvisited="1">Third-party software that is damaged or incorrectly installed <LI itxtvisited="1">.dll files that are saved to the desktop <LI itxtvisited="1">Non-existent or broken Temp folder <LI itxtvisited="1">A control panel (.cpl) file is damaged <LI itxtvisited="1">Incorrect or damaged hardware driver <LI itxtvisited="1">Incorrectly installed printer drivers or HP Jetadmin drivers <LI itxtvisited="1">Damaged Java Machine <LI itxtvisited="1">Damaged .log files <LI itxtvisited="1">Damaged entries in the History folder <LI itxtvisited="1">Incompatible or damaged dynamic link library files <LI itxtvisited="1">Viruses <LI itxtvisited="1">Damaged or incorrect Msinfo32.exe file
Low disk space
07-30-2009, 05:33 PM
Try firefox or opera, they are much more secure and faster than IE.
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