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Application error message

I sometimes get a message reading:
iexplore.exe Application Error
The instruction at "0x7e340f53" referenced memory at "Ox6295615c"
The memory could not be read.


What does it mean and what can I do about it?

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This msg caused by the Memory problem. Sometimes System can't Accesed the your computer RAM properly or may be your RAM is not giving good performance. pls replace your RAM accordigly..

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