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Iexplore.exe Application error win2000 professional

The instruction at ''0x0102b315'' referenced memory at ''0x0102b315''. the memory could not be ''read''

click on ok to terminate the program
click on cancel to debug the program

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The instruction at ''0x748a89a1'' referenced memory at "oxooooo04c" the memory could not be ''read''

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You need to reset your Internet explorer Browser
In Internet Explorer Menu bar
Click on Tools >Internet Options>Advanced>Reset

It should Work

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