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Three errors recently occuring, causing som problems

1. On start up the notebook sometimes gives the message "windows default profile is being loaded, your personal profile cannot be loaded due to insufficient systems resources". If I again restart, sometimes my personal profile will be loaded OK, but it is intermittent? I am running Win XP Home with all the service packs (this came pre-loaded with the notebook) and run Trend Internet Security Pro, so I don't suspect a virus or other such issues on the machine. I have however recently upgraded to Win IE7 and don't recall I had this problem prior.

2. Also on this laptop, I cannot "view" any other PC's on our local network, when I try to "view my workgroup computers" from "my network places". Might be un-related, but this started happening around the same time.

3. Finally on start up I sometimes get an error message "EABServ.exe the application failed to inialize properly (Oxc000022)" Click on OK to terminate application. By doing this is certainly clears the error message but I don;t know what this application might be or how i remove it if it is indeed a genuine program

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    the instruction at "0*42fb1fa0* referenced memory at "0*02ad544c". the memory could not be "read" click on to terminate the program







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My problem is that I'm getting an alert when trying to change my default browser to Mozilla Firefox. The alert reads Application error has occured (Oxc000022). How do I overcome this obstacle, so that I can successfully reinstal the updated version of Firefox?

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Try to remove that on the boot.ini on your system.
You can do that by following this.

1.Click Start>Run>type "msconfig" (without the "") then press enter, On the new window that will comes up that is the msconfig window.
2. uncheck the EABServ.exe on the startup or on the boot.ini. then click apply and restart. I'm not sure if the EABServ.exe is a virus or a malicious file that is not recognize by your antivirus but I know its not a microsoft application.

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Netflix error 405


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http://www.checkupdown.com/status/E405.html

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When you browse the default document, you receive one of the following error messages: HTTP Error
405 Method Not Allowed

The method specified in the Request Line is not allowed for the resource identified by the request. Please ensure that you have the proper MIME type set up for the resource you are requesting.

Please contact the server's administrator if this problem persists.
HTTP 405 - Resource not allowed
Internet Information Services
This problem occurs if the following conditions are true:
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  • The Scripting Object Model (SOM) is enabled.
  • A DTC event is called.
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This problem occurs only when you use Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 4.0 and Microsoft Internet Information Services 5.0. This problem occurs if you send a POST request to a server that is running IIS 4.0 or IIS 5.0, and the POST request contains a URL that ends in a slash mark (/). IIS returns the 405 error message instead of the default document. However, if the method value of the Verb property is GET or HEAD, IIS returns the default document. RESOLUTION

When the SOM is enabled and a DTC event is called

When the SOM is enabled for the page, a <FORM> tag that is similar to the following is inserted in the page. <FORM name=thisForm METHOD=post>
Because no ACTION attribute is specified in the tag, both Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer try to make an HTTP POST request to the URI "web/". According to the HTTP RFC (RFC 2068), this is not a valid Request-URI for a POST operation.

To work around this problem, use one of the following methods:
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  • Use client-side script to make sure that the file name is included in the URL. If you must use your SOM-enabled document as the default document, use a client-side code block that is similar to the following code block as the first code block within the <HEAD> section of the page. This code block does the following location replacement. Language=JavaScript> var loc = document.location.toString() var loclen = loc.length //The name of the default document var filename = "default.asp" var filelen = filename.length loc = loc.substring(loclen - filelen, loclen) if (loc.toUpperCase() != filename.toUpperCase()) { location.replace(filename) }

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This problem may occur if you use the window.location.href property in an HTML document to determine the path of the current document. If you do this when you initiate a remote scripting call, the remote scripting call fails because the client page does not have a file name.

To determine whether the page can use remote scripting on the client, verify that the value of the window.location.href property does not end in a slash mark. To provide a file name in the client browser, and to prevent the error on the server, use the Response.Redirect method redirect the request from the default page to another page. For more information, see the first resolution method in the "When the SOM is enabled and a DTC event is called" section. STATUS
Microsoft has confirmed that this is a bug in the Microsoft products that are listed in the "Applies to" section.

This bug was corrected in Microsoft Internet Information Services 6.0. Properties Article ID: 216493 - Last Review: 11/21/2006 13:13:42 - Revision: 3.2
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