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I frequently get stack overflow messages. I have to shut down my computer to get rid of them. Is it possible it is related to using Bing search?

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No these are the result of programs in the past that have crashed, you might need to re install Windows.

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How do i get rid of bing?


If you mean remove from your browser. it depends on the browser. in chrome, top right corner, click on 3 dots, choose settings, scroll down to search engines, manage search engines, disable or remove. If it is an extention, 3 dots more tools, left panel, extentions. In firefox, top right. 3 lines, options, left panel, search. default browser. If it is on your PC. control panel programs & features. click on bing. remove. If somewhere else, give me more details as to where you want it removed from. good day :)

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Removing unwanted programs/malware


Many computer problems can be fixed by the user simply by doing a web search with search terms related to the specific issue.

Sometimes you may have an unwanted program that downloaded along with something else you actually intended to install and trying to remove it via "add/remove programs" in Control Panel doesn't help.

Go to your preferred search engine (I prefer Bing) and type in "how do I remove" followed by the program/malware you want to get rid of.

Always be as specific as possible with the search terms you use so that you will be more likely to get the best results.

If at all possible, avoid downloading anything that says it will remove the issue as often these will be adware/malware as well. Stick to known programs for removal of Malware such as MalwareBytes Free Anti Malware Internet Security Software and
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I want bing deleted for good i do not want this app on my pc ido not like it please remove now


hi geraldine.
fixya has nothing to do with bing,this is a fixya site.
but if you go to this link and scroll down the page it will show you how to get rid of it.
how to delete bing Google Search

Nov 05, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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How do i get rid of bing


Bing is a search web engine; there are many others like, google, yahoo, duckduckgo and such. What you need to do is set some other search web engine (as I had mentioned) as your default in the web browser (other than Bing)

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A message just "popped up"


It has to do with memory. When you make requests of your computer programs it puts those requests in a stack (or pile) and then works on them in a predefined order. There's a certain amount of memory reserved for the stack and when you exceed it you get a stack overflow error. These errors usually either kill the request or result in a program crash.

Jan 28, 2011 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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Stack overflow at line 598


Stacks are reserved memory that programs use to process hardware events. A stack overflow occurs when there is not enough space in memory to run the hardware interrupt routines. To resolve these behaviors, you can modify the "STACKS=" line in the Config.sys file, eliminate terminate-and-stay-resident program (TSRs), and eliminate hardware conflicts.

When Windows delivers an error message that is related to an internal stack overflow, there is not enough space in memory either set aside or available to handle the calls that are made to the computer hardware. There are several things to consider when you troubleshoot this behavior:
  1. The Config.sys startup file may not be properly configured for the Windows installation. Use the following values: STACKS=64,512 ;(this is the maximum allowed)
    FILES=60
    BUFFERS=40 If you are using the dual-boot capabilities in Windows, the Config.sys and Autoexec.bat files may not contain the correct configuration to run Windows. When you are dual-booting between Windows 3.x and Windows, these files may not have been renamed back to Config.dos and Autoexec.dos.

    Examine the Config.sys file to determine if files such as Himem.sys or Emm386.exe are loaded from a folder other than the Windows folder. If so, boot Windows by using the Safe Mode Command Prompt Only option. Rename the Config.sys file to Config.dos and the Autoexec.bat file to Autoexec.dos, and then restart your computer.
  2. Some TSRs may be interfering with Windows. Disable any non-boot device drivers in the Config.sys and Autoexec.bat files. If you install from Windows 3.x and you receive a stack overflow error message, check the Win.ini and System.ini files for non-Windows-based programs or drivers that are loading.
  3. There may be an incompatible hardware configuration. Check the port and IRQ settings of the network adapter, sound card, and modem. Make sure that there are no COM2/COM4 or COM1/COM3 conflicts and that no devices are sharing IRQs. Disable or remove conflicting devices.
  4. The computer may need a BIOS upgrade. Check the BIOS version and contact the manufacturer of your computer for information about a BIOS upgrade.

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Dec 28, 2010 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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IE: stack overflow at line: 0 Today, I noticed the following issue (IE only, of course). Running a page that does some comet (via “XHR GET” for long-polling), I got the following warning: “stack overflow at line: 0′ and the application stopped working…
I did some google-searches and found some “hints” that said I should disable my third-party tools for IE etc. That sounds strange…
In fact the problem was the odd cache behavior of the IE. The XML (from the “long-polling servlet”) was cached and its JS was executed; also the application itself started the polling too, so I (no IE) ran into this odd issue…
Changing the server-side code – that is responsible to render the XML – to have no cache rules (e.g.”Cache-Control”:”no-cache”) did the trick. It worked again. Of course, on your “comet output” you potentially don’t want cache to be present…
So fixing the cache solved the issue. There was no need to disable Norton or any other third-party tool… icon_smile.gif

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