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Explorer.exe Application error in Windows XP Professional SP2

When System starts after booting system a screen appears describing "Explorer.exe Application Error" The instruction at "0x71ab664d" referenced memory at "0x71ab664d". The memory could not be "written" . Click on OK to terminate the program
Click on CANCEL to debug the program.

Please do respond me How Can We Fix or Repiar this problem?
I will be very grateful to you.
Thanks
Maniesh Shrivastava

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  • MandrakeBren Jan 13, 2009

    1. i tried spybot, ad-aware, malware, norton endpoint scan and repaire installation and the error message still comes up
    2. the one thing that did fix was explorer staid running and did not stop running, but i still get that error message

  • yogesh_verma Jan 15, 2009

    Explorer.exe Application error in Windows XP Professional SP2

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    Explorer.EXE – Application Error


    The instruction at “0x71ab664d” referenced memory at
    “0x71ab664d”. The memory could not be “read”. Click on OK to terminate the
    program


  • Anonymous Mar 04, 2009

    When System starts after booting system a screen appears describing "Explorer.exe Application Error" The instruction at "0x71ab664d" referenced memory at "0x71ab664d". The memory could not be "written" . Click on OK to terminate the program
    Click on CANCEL to debug the program.

  • rrls Mar 04, 2009

    Interexplorer totally damaged. On closing of server or net display the add-ons off/ActiveControlX damaged. How I can get the proper explorer

    Sakti Sekhar Sarkar

  • TahoeHiker Mar 15, 2009

    I get this type of message after I've selected "turn off" and once I click "OK" it shuts down. It used to be intermittent, now it's every time. But, 2 weeks ago Dell replaced my video card, mother board and memory. the replaced video card was bad, so they gave me another one 2 days later. they installed the new vid driver, and i began to have even more problems soon after. i've done system restore and resolved just about every other problem. I also started getting hp "no scan options" error after this dell replacement. could this be connected? they thought the intermittent explorer.exe error was probably related to my old video card, and after two replacements with 'refurbished' parts i don't have confidence that i received a fully functional video card. anyone have this experience, and tie it to these parts?

  • irfansk786 Apr 01, 2009

    it's give me same error when PC gets started

  • Anonymous Apr 22, 2009

    Explorer.exe Application error in Windows XP The instruction at "0x71ab664d" referenced memory at "0x71ab664d". The memory could not be "read".

  • praje123 May 26, 2009

    to too have the same issue. do any body have the fix?

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I think you must to format it with the good cd windows because the problem is has an error while installing windows. thx

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2 possibilities:

Bad memory module (replacement needed)

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Corrupt Windows (re-installation needed)
Load System disk then reboot and follow on screen instructions.

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This could be a memory problem or a problem with the OS (XP). If you can boot the original XP CD like your doing an install then it's not a memory problem more the likely. Can you boot your XP CD?

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hello ! what you should do put another HD then install XP the reason for this messages could be due to registry .


if you are getting the same messeges get another cd of XP

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