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Windows98 Explorer error message.

by Chiefyuk / February 22, 2004 11:45 PM PST

Using Windows98.Error message reads:
Explorer caused an invalid page fault in module<unknown> at 0000:026e29cl.A second message follows: An error has occured in Internet explorer.IE will now close.If you continue to experience problems please restart your computer.
Please advise.

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Re:Windows98 Explorer error message.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 22, 2004 11:55 PM PST
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Re:Re:Windows98 Explorer error message.
by Chiefyuk / February 23, 2004 2:37 AM PST

Possible installation of onspeed accelerator

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Impossible to tell if installation of onspeed accelerator is installed?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 23, 2004 3:33 AM PST

Just playing with the words.

You've found your issue. Almost ALL such accelerators are buggy.

Eject it with the baggage it came with. What baggage? Spyware, Adware, Pest, Parasites and more. I find machine perform better without.

Bob

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Re:Impossible to tell if installation of onspeed accelerator is installed?

I occationally have a similar problem. It is most likely the fault of my ISP's (earthlink) Accelerator (basically it's Propel) which can be turned off. I leave it on though because most of the time it does help speed up my dial-up connection and the occurance of this problem is not often. If this accelerator caused this "page fault" often, I would surely disable it because restarts take up time also. If I were on a high speed connection of some type, I would surely not use this type of program. Maybe these items are something Chiefyuk should consider.

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Re:Re:Impossible to tell if installation of onspeed accelerator is installed?

Thank you all for your suggestions and offers of help.

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Re: Windows98 Explorer error message.
by blondehooiser / June 11, 2004 4:32 AM PDT

I get this 10 or twelve a day,it drives me crazy.

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