Quote: Originally Posted by danviau
Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143
Hi and welcome
common problem. You need to look in event viewer (type eventvwr in search) for errors (they have a red 'x' in the left hand column) that say app hang, app crash, or anything with IE. Do this right after the next crash as there is a lot of data to go through. When you find them I suspect they will say event ID 1000 and source 100 if they do I can walk you thru how to fix it
I've also have this issue before and I do have errors that say event ID 1000 and source 100. How can we fix this?
Event ID 1000 and source 100 is usually caused by DEP. date execution prevention is a software (hardware on newer systems) that prevents things being launched into protected memory space.
It is located in cpanel>system cpanel>advanced>performance>DEP. Default is win services and apps only. if it si already there you can exempt IE for protection, or you can turn it off completely. Instructions are here DEP - Enable or Disable - Vista Forums
Hope this helps