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"0x2753a7d0" fix

By Onus
Apr 16, 2007
  1. I had this error under control: STOP error c:\WINDOWS\KB926239.log, but the memory is increasing exponentially. I have only .9g of data and I saw the memory is reading 16gig. Error and metadata are all wacked out too.
    Error message: IEXPLORE.EXE-Application Error, The instruction at "noted above" referenced memory @same. The memory could not be read.

    I had installed the compact XP SP2 Home update and later two kb files appeared on my add remove programs. kb926239, kb920213. I would have rather they were still in the package. Any ideas? Files will not delete.!!
     
  2. CCT

    CCT TS Evangelist Posts: 2,653   +6

  3. Onus

    Onus TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 24

    Updates not installable

    Windows Media Player could not install the program---I think it said to check the crypto service. The kb does not install, blaming the integrity of the system. The messages also warned not to uninstall the runtime WMP11. I only ran the Media Player update a week or two ago and I got WMP 10 on screen and WMP 9 running on startup. Runtime WMP 11 already exists in the add/remove programs list and it shows WMP 10 installed. I pretty sure that KB article issue did not install the last time I tried to make the fix, probably 1 month ago. I found the certificates in system32 and ran the installer. I don't think there was an error or issue with it. I can't find the "PK-11", or something like that that, though.
     
  4. CCT

    CCT TS Evangelist Posts: 2,653   +6

    Sounds like too many players and that the new runtime MP11 security crap is boondoggled dealing with them.

    I would remove 9 (add/remove), reboot and then remove 10, reboot, then clean out the MP11 stuff.

    Then clean out your comp (all temps including Windows/temp), and defrag.

    Reinstall MP10 then (or 11 if you want but NOT both).
     
  5. Onus

    Onus TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 24

    WMP add/remove missing

    There is no listing for Windows Media Player. Last night I could not find the directory. I found a setup file for mpplayer and dragged it to the desktop; also an icon to start the program. It would not install. Today the Media Player is in my start menu programs (icon only). The skin icon works, too. I cannot delete the folder and start again though. I get error: "Cannot delete Windows Media layer: It is being used by another person or program. Close any programs that might be using the file and try again."

    I'm so confused by this looping?
     
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