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Explore.exe, application error, memory could not be written

My computer has crashed two weeks ago; I have used HP (the hardware provider) recovering CD to do the full recovering that completely reinstalled the windows and other sw. Just one day, I received messages which I did receive them before that caused crash: Explore.exe Application error "The instruction at 0x77f16ad4 referenced memory at 0x77f16ad4 The memory could not be written" This happened when I use shift key in certain program such explore or outlook. Last time this happens for couple of weeks, and it getting more and more messages, then I click on close or it auto closed the programs. Then the PC stopped function, it could not do anything. I researched this problem online, seems like many people had the same problem but I could not find solution. I am afraid this will continue and my PC will crash again. I have seen this problem online but never seen anyone had solution. Microsoft support said it is the memory module problem. If that is the case, is there a hot fix or patch can do instead change hw? Please help!

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  • htut Dec 21, 2007

    cannot open explore.exe normally

  • Anonymous Jun 03, 2008

    I also have this problem.



    Dell inspiron 530S



    windows vista

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This is probably relating to explorer which is your desktop display for a specific programme. Explore as you say, or do you mean internet explorer, if so download updates for windows. It could also refer to a virus, so when you reinstalled did the recovery cd format the drive first then install or just install over the top of the original installation. If it did format first then it will not be virus. The system crash will be because the system is probably using up all the remaining memory.

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