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Published on May 15, 2009 By Uvah In Internet

ie explorer-Applicstion Error

The instruction at "ox301872d8 referenced memory 0x0490100". The memory could not be "written"

click ok and the link online is lost.


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on May 15, 2009

Nothing good.

I think when rendered in English it means: "An insufficient mass of protoplasmic nonsense."

on May 15, 2009

When I have encountered an odd error, I copy it and then google it. Usually someone has the same error. I tried it with what you wrote, but  I found nothing. Kind of like what Doc wrote.

on May 15, 2009

This only happens when I use the computer at the burger king. Doesn't happen at the library. I wonder if it has something to do with the way this rawls like a snail. Sometimes it takes literally minutes to go from one page to the next.

 

DrJbhl.....good one

on May 15, 2009

Uninstall IE and reinstall. maybe its messed up or somthin.  If you keep getting errors like that or oddball errors you might wanna check your Ram. it could be bad

on May 22, 2009

Solution.... Download Firefox!

on May 22, 2009

Would that I could but the 'puter ain't mine. Belongs to BK (Burger King). They don't allow anyone to make 'em work proper. I offered to do for them but you know them corporate types. They have "their own people".

on Apr 21, 2011

The OP seemed appropriate. Two year old thread. But  the question is relevant. Check out the screenshot. The green throbber that's supposed to go clockwise turns into a black ball going counter clockwise and when the page loads its blank. Refreshed the page several times and the same thing. I have to close the browser, wait a few minutes and in the meantime open Opera and that's an exercise in futility. For some reason Opera takes nearly five minute or more to load. Slow as shit. So...when I reopen Fire Fox 4 it comes up normal. I checked the error console and found this.

 

on Apr 21, 2011

Quit wrapping your children in blocks! http://support.mozilla.com/ast/questions/806857

on Apr 22, 2011

I'd be concerned about your throbber being green. Have you tried soap and water?

on Apr 22, 2011

I'd be more concerned about a black ball going backwards. That can't be good or at least very uncomfortable.

on Apr 22, 2011

I believe that many "memory cannot be written" problems relate to [Windows] Data Execution Prevention events. I have bracketed "Windows" because the same technology exists in other operating systems.  

I am not an expert by any means but there are plenty of articles available that might be able to steer you in the right direction. Apparently what you would think might be a RAM or drive error, often relates to this.

It can be disabled to see if that changes anything. 

And.............. good luck with that throbber issue. 

 

on Apr 22, 2011

Frankief
Quit wrapping your children in blocks! http://support.mozilla.com/ast/questions/806857

Again I forgot. Frankief.......your solution worked like a charm. Thank you. All I had to do was re-invent me. (Change my profile)

on Apr 22, 2011

So thrilled I was able to help you solve the problem!

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