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Iexplorer.exe-application error I've started getting this error on my desktop...iexplorer.exe-application error The instruction at "0x7780f510" referenced memory at "0x022f656c". The memory could not be "read", Click on OK to terminate the program. and becuase of this i am unable to see you tube vedios or anyother vedios and movies online. please help

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I'm suspecting you have a bad stick of ram. If you have more then one stick, take each one out individually and see if the problem goes away. If it stops then you know which is the bad stick.

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