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My computer keeps crashing...it closes my internet and then reopens and says it is for data execution prevention

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IE 8 is having some trouble you can try to reinstall it, or try another browser like chrome, firefox. This will shore this up, Thanks

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When you say that not able to download the flash player using IE and if it got crashed then i'd say please try to add the IE in DEP list.
To do :
Right click on My computer and click on properties.
Go to advanced and click on first settings button.
I've attached the screen shot.
Click on Data Execution Prevention and Choose turn ON option.
add the IE in that list.
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Click "Internet Explorer (no add-ons)"
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Close Internet Explorer.
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Data Execution Prevention (DEP) is a security feature that helps prevent damage from viruses and other security threats by monitoring your programs to make sure they use system memory safely.

Here is a link to an excellent article on DEP.
Whie it will show you how to turn DEP on, it will also take you to the control panel that will aloow you to adjust your settings.

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Why do i keep getting DEP error message each time i close IE8 or a tab? when i close a tab ie8 reloads it because of dep problems can i go back t ie7 and will this stop the reloads i now have to go to...


You can disable DEP by following these steps:

Disable Data Execution Prevention (DEP) completely
  1. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
  2. Under Pick a category, click Performance and Maintenance.
  3. Under or Pick a Control Panel icon, click System.
  4. Click the Advanced tab, and in the Startup and Recovery area, click Settings.
  5. In the SystemStartup area, click Edit.
  6. In Notepad, click Edit and then click Find.
  7. In the Find what field, type /noexecute and then click Find Next.
  8. In the Find dialog box click Cancel.
  9. Replace the policy_level (for example, "OptIn" default) with "AlwaysOff" (without the quotes).

    WARNING: Be sure to enter the text carefully. Your boot.ini file switch should now read:

    /noexecute=AlwaysOff
  10. In Notepad, click File and then click Save.
  11. Click OK to close Startup and Recovery.
  12. Click OK to close System Properties and then restart your computer.
This setting does not provide any DEP coverage for any part of the system, regardless of hardware DEP support.
Verifying DEP is Disabled
  1. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
  2. Under Pick a category, click Performance and Maintenance.
  3. Under or Pick a Control Panel icon, click System.
  4. Click the Advanced tab.
  5. In the Performance area, click Settings and then click Data Execution Prevention.
  6. Verify that the DEP settings are unavailable and then click OK to close Performance Settings.
  7. Click OK to close System Properties then close Performance and Maintenance.
Thank you!
Sabharish

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windows xp has DEP ( data execution prevention ) some viruses etc use that sort of technique and from SP2 onwards I believe it was they included it.

http://www.zensoftware.co.uk/kb/article.aspx?id=10002


Several OSs have no-execute or execute protection. Microsoft has added this as well in SP2 with data execution prevention (DEP). This precents code execution in memory regions already marked as storage. This is a powerful tool against buffer overrun exploits. If a program is failing and you want to disable DEP to see if that is the cause. Here are the steps. (Just disable DEP for the program in question… don’t disable it for your whole system.)
    1. Click Start
    2. Select Control Panel
    3. Select System
    4. Click the Advanced tab
    5. In the Performance region select Settings
    6. Click the Data Execute tab in the dialog box that opens
    7. Select Turn on DEP for all programs and services except for those I select
    8. Click Add.
    9. The open dialog box will open. Browse and select your application.
    10. Click Open
    11. Click Apply
    12. Click Ok
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