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Topic: «AWM /TLB Combination Crashes Explorer , Conflict involves Tool Tips » on forum: Technical Support   Views: 31065
 
Vikas Sethi
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Posted: 25.01.2007 06:53:54
 
 
Sorry. The error message that I get everytime I shut down my machine is the error with Explorer.exe that says:

The instruction at "0x00c31650" referenced memory at "0x00c31650". The memory could not be written.

There are a few of them that I get when sometime I compile my VB applications. I have not been working much with VB6 of late, so haven't noticed those. Will write then as soon as I get one of those errors.

Thanks.
 
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Alexey Fadeyev
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Posted: 25.01.2007 07:11:54
 
 
Please try to update your copy with the latest one available at our site.
 
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Vikas Sethi
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Posted: 25.01.2007 11:41:54
 
 
Ok. I will try with it and revert back with whatever result I find.
 
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Vikas Sethi
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Posted: 04.02.2007 20:17:16
 
 
The copy that you gave was the same one that I had. I did get the same errors for a couple of days, but since last one week I am not getting any error. God knows its one of the Microsoft updates which has been responsible for this. I will get back to you in case I get any error or clue on this issue. Thanks for listening.
 
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Alexey Fadeyev
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Posted: 12.02.2007 07:17:45
 
 
Vikas, thanks for reporting; you're welcome any time you need our help!
 
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Vikas Sethi
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Posted: 12.02.2007 07:32:43
 
 
Thanks for your help. The occurance of error has reduced to once in 15 days. So let's blame it on Microsoft and thanks for such an excellent product :-)
 
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