MuaCOM...?

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  1. ShekharPalash

    ShekharPalash Web Entrepreneur

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    Problem: Whenever I log-off, restart or shutdown my Desktop PC, I get following ERROR Message...

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    MuaCOM: Explorer.exe - Application Error
    The instruction at "0x211a460" referenced memory at "0x211a460". The memory could not be read.

    Click OK to terminate the program.
    Click CANCEL to debug the program.

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    When I click on OK... a window appear in background for few milliseconds with this heading...

    DWWin.EXE - Application Error

    And then system proceed to shutdown/restart/log-off...

    This is irritating on every log-off/restart/shutdown... anyone encountered same case?

    Is my Memory corrupted... ?
    Do I need to wash my memory sticks with detergent... ;-)
    Help!...

    Here's some info for all u FBI guys related to my problem I collected...
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    This is the Event Log collected by OS:


    My Desktop (Compaq Presario 3753AP/HW Upgraded) Specs:
    Pentium 4 HT @ 3.0 GHz / 800MHz FSB / 1MB L2; 512 MB DDR @ 533 MHz; 80 GB SATA; 128 MB ATI Radeon...
    Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005; Norton AntiVirus 2005 Standard...

    Stuff: All my software/hardware/drivers/stuffs are fully updated/patched...

    And finally, This is HJT Log File:


     
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    shoegoe New Member

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    I faced the same problem ( in different application)
    IT IS MOSTLY SOME PROBLEM IN THE RAM>

    GO TO
    http://www.thinkdigit.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=9352

    U'll know what i mean~!
     
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