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Error code. When I click on the "home" icon, I get the following error message: Microsoft visual c++ runtime library Buffer overruns Detected! Program:..Am Files\Microsoft Office\Office11\Frontog.exe A buffer overrun has been Detected which has corrupted the programs Internal state the program Cannot safely continue execution and must now be terminated What can I do?

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Cant run de incon in my email

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Yet anther user with the same problem. Please help reinstalling doesnt work!

Posted on Feb 25, 2008

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Re: Error code.

Yep sounds like coruption, reinstall, get all updates. Try again.

But what is the HOME ICON? Does frontpage run at all? If so are you editing a web at the time? If so are you editing on the web or on your local drive?

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Re: Error code.

Are you sure it doesn't say Frontpg.exe? I'm not familiar with Frontog.exe, but Frontpg.exe is the primary executable for Microsoft Frontpage.

If it is Frontpg.exe, the first thing I would suggest is to make sure you have any security updates available for your version of Frontpage. I believe you can update that at as part of Windows Update.

I haven't been able to find any knowledge base articles on this particular error. See if you have all the most recent patches - if not, download the newest ones and see if that helps. If it doesn't help, let me know and I'll try to dig deeper.


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