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FIREFOX executed an invalid instruction in

When I'm browsing the web this error will pop up[ anFIREFOX executed an invalid instruction in
module NPSWF32.DLL at 0167:30055767.d] instruct me to close windows ,any help would be appreciated,My op is windows 98
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  • labs4u Mar 31, 2008

    FIREFOX executed an invalid instruction in
    module NPSWF32.DLL at 0167:30055767.
    Cannot find any steps

  • Anonymous Apr 15, 2008

    FIREFOX executed an invalid instruction in
    module NPSWF32.DLL at 0167:30055767

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Hi,
http://www.fix-all-dll-errors.com/npswf32.dll/

The problem is due to the npswf32.dll file. You can find solution here...just follow the link.

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