Running Dell Dimensions desktop with XP and Explorer 8.Just recently started getting error message and attacks which Norton is defending OK. Message-Iexplore.exe - Application Error " The instructions at 0x66eb7776 referenced memory at 0x66fa1250 The memory could not be read.Press ok to terminate." Its a nuisance but the constant attacks Norton is seeing to is more of a threat. I have used webroot spy, Malwarebytes,Superantispyware,to no avail.Other than moving to another browser,can anyone help? Thanks
May I suggest to try to setup manually the pagefile. For the number, I would use 1.5 x the amount of physical RAM you have, so for example: if you have 1Gb of RAM, then use 1500 MB For doing so: - Left click on My Computer and select Properties - Go to the Advanced Tab to the right and click on “settings” beside Performance - In the performance section, click on “Advanced” tab - In the lower box you will see Virtual Memory, click on “Change” - set the number for both “Initial size (MB)” and “Maximum size (MB)” ( 1.5 x the amount of physical RAM) - click on set - You will have to reboot your system
What is the version of Norton you are using? I would advise to use the latest version available: Norton 2010 click here And if you have any problem with your product key or your Norton account, I will suggest to contact the Norton Support: click here
I hope this can help, David Norton Support For more information, please visit the Norton Support website or the Norton Community
You could try Tools.Internet Options.Advanced and press reset.That resets Internet Explorer to its original state. You may have to go into add-ons and enable some of them again after use.Also if you use spywareblaster you have to enable all of the protection again.
Thanks again buteman.There seems to be a lot that gets deleted when you reset.I'm not sure after seeing the list.I have started using Explorer without any add ons and Firefox without getting any messages making Firefox default browser. I know I'm a coward but some OAP's are like that with my limited knowledge. I do thank you again Ian