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Error at start up

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I am getting error at startup and at opening any file as - Theinstruction at "0x00409d04" reference memory at "0x00199000". Thememory could not be "read". Click OK to terminate the Program


Please suggest me to rectify

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    The instruction at "0x00409d04" referenced at "0x00193000". The memory could not be "read".

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Go to Control panel and go to System restore and pick a date in which you did not have this problem. There the computer will uninstall or delete any changes done to the computer. this might delete the problem. choose an approporiate date.

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Just scan the pc for virus then post your findings with the information that what was the last hardware or software you installed

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