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THE INCTRUCTION 0X77124920 REFFERED MEMORY AT 0X77124920 THE MEMORY COULD NOT READ

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  • maysilo Jun 30, 2008

    the instruction 0x77124920 reffered memomry at 0x77124920 the memory could not read

  • Anonymous Jul 08, 2008

    no see some internet page

  • ryanhuska Aug 02, 2008

    This message just started popping up, i have ran a virus scan and windows updates but it still freezes up when i try to do anything as well as not letting me get online. Please help, this is very frustrating. Thank you.

  • capt_shafiq7 Aug 19, 2008

    the instruction at 0x77124920 referenced memory at 0x77124920 could not be read. this msg pop up. what is the solution? plz let me know.

  • aqua2 Sep 13, 2008

    yeah me too....having the same problem. It comes up every time i switch on my laptop. Please help any suggestions as to how this can be rectified!



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