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IE XP Runtime Error. Message R6025 Pure Virtual Functional Call

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  • pje4 Jan 17, 2009

    Same problem when using IE on XP Pro. It shuts down IE and I have to start over every time it happens.

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ALL IT MEANS IS THAT IT IS TAKING TOO LONG TO DOWNLOAD AND IS QUITTING ON YOU.
Video cards need to have a faster prosessing time than audio. Live streaming (video needs more room in you computer to process) and you may need to upgrade your RAM memory(random access memory). IF it is no more than 512mb. I am in the same situation and bought another 512mb card to take care of the problem. I have XP pro and the live streaming comes through and breaks up and stalls.

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