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 Post subject: right clicking error s/p service pack #2
PostPosted: Wed Sep 01, 2004 7:31 pm 
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I updated to Service Pack #2 last eve,on a WinXP Home Computer...I did the same thing the next day on another quite similar WinXP Home computer...& this exact same problem occurs...

Now,most times I right click on ANY file,the computer pauses,& I get this error message:

The Instuction at "0x0247415b" referenced memory at"0x00000000".The memory could not be"written".

Click on OK to terminate the program

Click on CANCEL to debug the program.

Thats an exact quote.

There are some items I can right click on...for instance My Computer...or the desktop..

But not on ANY file including not any file on any drive..& not in the start menu,either.

I tried startng in safe mode.... NO CURE...I tried then re-starting in Safe Mode & then re-installing Service Pack#2 via the 260+ meg Network install...

No cure.

Any one have any ideas what happened...or how to cure this..?

Thank you in advance

Ericjmz

ericjmz@comcast.net


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 02, 2004 12:30 am 
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Hey Eric:)

While I find your problem odd, and I know no cure, I really wanted to point that leaving an email address on a post is a good way to invite spam into your mailbox.

I didn't have a problem in delphi as I don't think many spiders crossed the old forums, I do know that you can Google for items contained within these new ones. This means spambots can walk around in here as well. I'd really urge to remove that addy as we can contact you through your profile.

Sorry I couldn't help, but felt I should give ya a little friendly heads up. Hate to see anyone get some more spam in their inbox. Later!


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 Post subject: Re: right clicking error s/p service pack #2
PostPosted: Thu Sep 02, 2004 7:33 am 
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ericjmz wrote:
I updated to Service Pack #2 last eve,on a WinXP Home Computer...I did the same thing the next day on another quite similar WinXP Home computer...& this exact same problem occurs...

Now,most times I right click on ANY file,the computer pauses,& I get this error message:

The Instuction at "0x0247415b" referenced memory at"0x00000000".The memory could not be"written".

Click on OK to terminate the program

Click on CANCEL to debug the program.

Thats an exact quote.

There are some items I can right click on...for instance My Computer...or the desktop..

But not on ANY file including not any file on any drive..& not in the start menu,either.

I tried startng in safe mode.... NO CURE...I tried then re-starting in Safe Mode & then re-installing Service Pack#2 via the 260+ meg Network install...

No cure.

Any one have any ideas what happened...or how to cure this..?

Thank you in advance

Ericjmz

ericjmz@comcast.net


I could not find your exact error message, but I did find out something interesting. Go to this website: http://www.mindbleed.com/archives/000312.html.


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 Post subject: reply to reply to "right clicking error s/p service pac
PostPosted: Thu Sep 02, 2004 5:36 pm 
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BaldEagle,

I went to the exact url you list:
http://www.mindbleed.com/archives/000312.html

On 2 different Web browsers,this appears to be a non-existant page...
Can you double-check & get me to the correct page...?

This one problem makes Service Pack2 into...now on 2-of-2 computers...close to an unusuable system.

Try not Right clicking for 1-2 days...see how far you get in Life!

ericjmz


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