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Visit this site and follow the directions:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/923737

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Stack over flow at line 195


This comes directly from Microsoft web page.
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"Stack overflow at line 0"


b> A stack is a section of memory where a program stores its variables, calculations, option states and program parameters. When started, a program is allocated some memory to use for the stack; a stack overflow happens when a program exceeds its allocation. The offending program may attempt to write into adjacent memory sections, causing conflicts with other programs. Stack overflows are common with Java, C++, Perl and other runtime environments, which assist in running programs. A stack overflow at line 0 indicates that the offending program tripped up from the start; however, stack overflows can occur on any line number.

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A message just "popped up"


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Computer pop up


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…
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Need to reset or eliminate 2nd time


Note: Wrong procedure will affect your computer startup settings so be careful in doing this steps.

Follow this steps:
  1. Click Start menu from your desktop screen
  2. Choose and right click on My Computer
  3. Choose Properties
  4. Go to Advanced tab
  5. Click on Settings button under Startup and Recovery
  6. In Startup and Recovery window click Edit button
The notepad boot.ini file looks like this one

http://lh4.ggpht.com/ciprahkapa/RwYQCqUnrQI/AAAAAAAAAIg/q9E-gZ6W_L8/change%5B3%5D.jpg

Your default operating system is:

multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect

as shown in:

default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS

You'll see the second line containing

multi(1)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional"

or other operating system like Windows Vista

You have to delete this second line from multi..... to the end of the line that contain a second boot of your windows

Then click File Menu > Save
Close the notepad file (boot.ini)

Also refer to this information for some explanations to understand more about boot.ini file

http://vlaurie.com/computers2/Articles/bootini.htm

Jan 16, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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