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kernell32.dll
robalino1 Sep-03-01 03:59 AM
Hi, a friend of my has a computer that from time to time display the following message
EXPRORER CUASED AN INVALED PAGE FAULT IN KENELL32.DLL.
Why does this happend I'm assuming that is a software problem, though, first I thought he had a memory leak, since he was running out of memory for no reason, he as 384MB of memory so is kind of weir to run out of memory with that amount, especially when your not evern running any program but the ones in teh system tray. Well that is fixed now that problem is that message do you have any idea of why, if you do please let me know. Thank you

Eduardo Robalino.


1. Explorer caused an invalid page fault in kernel32.dll
lbyard Sep-03-01 04:42 PM
In response to message 0
See:

MS KB Article ID: Q154092, Err Msg: Explorer Caused an Invalid Page Fault in Kernel32.dll, at http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q154/0/92.ASP.

Article ID: Q187965, same subject, at http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q187/9/65.ASP

http://help.netscape.com/kb/consumer/19970820-45.html

Be advised that you will lose all of the passwords for all users of the computer that Windows has “remembered” for logging into Internet sites, ISP, etc. if you delete the *.pwl files.


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