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M$ Internet Exploder 7 shuts down: Assert in LSP error popup

Assert in LSP
false
failed to initialize mutex. Err=5
c:srcgoogleclient otal_recall_r4_encommonshared_memory_ptr.h:188

Assert in LSP
shared_data_!= NULL
NULL object pointed beingt dereferenced
c:srcgoogleclient otal_recall_r4_encommonshared_memory_ptr.h:101

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  • Anonymous May 22, 2009

    Every once in a while there is a popup that tells me the following.

    Assert in LSP
    g_socket_data.Lookup(s) = = 0
    capturelsp olspwsp_patches.cpp:1313

    If anyone can assist me on how to delete this problem it would be greatly appreciative.

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Your google desktop add-on is causing the problem. Try to start IE7 without add-ons. Right Click your IE7 Icon and start without add-ons, or go:

Start | All Programs | Accessories | System Tools | Internet
Explorer (No Add-ons)

Or type in this command at Start > Run

iexplore.exe -extoff

This will start IE7 without all the toolbars or add-ons that you can download or add to your Internet Explorer.

Go to Add/Remove Programs in Control Panel and uninstall the Google Toolbars/Desktop programs then try to start IE7 normally again.

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

  • Ryan Stiers
    Ryan Stiers Feb 20, 2009

    Hope this worked for you, please let me know and vote on the solution.

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