|03 Jan 2011||#1|
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IE 8 crash ntdll.dll (win7x64)
when ever i run a embedded video IE8 crashes.
this is one of the example websites </title> <meta http-equiv=Content-Type content=text/html; charset=EUC-KR> <link rel=StyleSheet HREF=skin/blackcat_bbs/style.css type=text/css title=style> </head> <body topmargin='0' leftmargin='0' marginwidth='0' marginheight='0' bgcolor=white > <ht
i hav tried every possible solutions out there but it wont work.
in one of the solutions it said that it could be a problem with an addon in IE so i tried disabling addons one by one. once i disable "shockwave flash object" the problem doesn't occur but then i cant watch the video anyway because its disabled. so i tried reinstalling adobe flash player and shockwave player but it didn't do anything.
i tried cleaning my registry and did a full computer scan with norton. i didn't download any new programs from what i can recall...it just started crashing. youtube works fine tho. also i hav tried changing to IE7 and even IE9 but problem persists. this problem occurs even wif firefox.
can ppl plz help me
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|03 Jan 2011||#2|
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Flash is indeed crashing - changing versions of IE isn't going to help. There is an uninstall program to actually fully remove Flash from your computer (from Adobe). I would run that, reboot, and then make sure all else works in IE before going back to Adobe and installing Flash again. If the problems continue after that, you'd have to get with Adobe tech support. Hopefully that won't be necessary, and the previous steps will be sufficient.
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