IE7 "out of memory on line..." ?

  greybeard 21:24 14 Apr 2009
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Occasionally my IE7 now displays a small window when I'm on line that says "Out of memory on line 67350499".
I'm not sure if it's always the same line number, but can anyone tell me why, and what, if anything, I need to do about it.
MTIA
John

  rawprawn 08:42 15 Apr 2009

Try running an AV scan and also click here and click here (Free Trial) iut's free for ever in Safe Mode

  rawprawn 09:12 15 Apr 2009

Let me rephrase that. Malwarebyes is free for ever in trial mode (It just doesn't give real time protection or auto update)
Run both of the anti malware programs in safe mode.

  greybeard 14:15 15 Apr 2009

As it happens, I've just done a scan with it, but not in safe mode.
Does that make adifference ?
John

  rawprawn 15:07 15 Apr 2009

If you run in safe mode the IE drivers are not loaded

  rawprawn 15:23 15 Apr 2009

Also Try disabling the addons in IE

  rawprawn 15:26 15 Apr 2009

And just a thought, I am assuming that you have plenty of RAM and you are really not short on memory.

  greybeard 17:13 15 Apr 2009

Thanks rawprawn.
What are the "addons" you mention ?
I'm running ie7, and have ~1.2gb of ram, and haven't had any other ram related problems.
John

  rawprawn 17:40 15 Apr 2009

Go to Tools> Manage Add-ons> In the drop Down Menu Choose Add-ons Currently Used by Internet explorer. I think the only way is to disable them all and see if the problem goes away. If so try enabling one at a time.

I am not sure about this problem so if anyone else out there can help please do.

  greybeard 17:53 15 Apr 2009

Thanks rawprawn. I'll give it a couple of days, and log what happens, like the line number being the same or different, before proceeding any further.
Thanks again,
John

  rawprawn 18:30 15 Apr 2009

Good luck.

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