Error mesage on some sites

  bob308w 13:14 30 Dec 2006
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Wife has decided to buy a new car.
Choice is between Peugot and Toyota.
I can access the Peugot site and get all of the details no problem. When I access the
Toyota site, I attempt to find details but receive the message;
Internet Explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close etc.
details from this are;
Appname; iexplore.exe
AppVer; 7.0.5730.11
Modname; ntdll.dll
Offset; 00031a83

Exception information;
code; 0xc0000005
flags; 0x00000000
address; 0x000000007c931a83

Running XP home and IE7.

Any suggestions as to why I can access one site and not the other please? Are these sites different to the point that I need to make changes to my PC to access Toyota?

  bob308w 13:15 30 Dec 2006

same thing just happened on this site.

  Jak_1 13:20 30 Dec 2006

Have you run your antispyware progs, ewido may help cure this problem.

  brundle 13:28 30 Dec 2006

Try an uninstall (click here) and re-install of FlashPlayer (click here)

  TOPCAT® 13:34 30 Dec 2006

I had Flash6.ocx installed and needed to update it to version 9 exactly as brundle suggests. No further problems now! ;o) TC.

  bob308w 14:03 30 Dec 2006

will try that shortly, system just became totally unstable, had to do a system restore,
great whilst they are working aren't they?

  bob308w 14:30 30 Dec 2006

Brundle and TOPCAT, it worked, problem solved, all I have to do now is find the money for the car!

  bendigo 14:31 30 Dec 2006

I have the same error problem regarding searching, judging by the many postings it seems to be widespread. re. unstable pc's My son and myself and two friends have all bought new pc.s in the last two months. All four (3 makes) are unstable in different ways. erratic booting (bsod at times) programmes behave oddly, incompatability. I have spent most of the last month trying to stabilize mine with very little time to use it as intended. I realise this post is not helpful, but it's nice to know we seem to belong to some sort of unfotunate club! Happy New Year.

  bob308w 14:47 30 Dec 2006

You have my sympathy, I have been struggling with mine for months, even took it to a local repair wallah who could find nothing wrong with it, it was almost as though the trip in the car had repaired it! Untill I got it back home of course. What does appear to have made a difference (for the moment) is; 1/ The uninstall/download described above. 2/increasing the temp/net files folder disk space, (tools-i/options-general-settings-increase temp internet files folder disc space, and 3/ regularly clearing the temp files and cookies.
All the best for 2007.

  terryf 14:50 30 Dec 2006

One thing that helped stabilize my pc, don't know how or why but I uninstalled all USB and PCI devices, rebooted and let winxp find them, made one h*ll of a difference, boots up quicker and is more stable

  terryf 14:50 30 Dec 2006

The uninstall was done from device manager

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