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Windows/Mozilla/IE Error Messages....Please help!!!

By melmartin
Dec 16, 2005
  1. Hi
    I'm sorry to bother you all
    I'm not sure if this is the right board to post this....if it's not, I will move my post.

    Okay, so I'm not able to open up Mozilla or Internet Explorer correctly.
    I get the following error messages:

    "Not enough data is available to process this command"
    This comes up right away when I start the computer...and no other applications are open. Then, Mozilla doesn't work....so, then I restart the computer and the Internet connection works for about 10 minutes...

    For certain websites it says:
    "You cannot connect because SSL is disabled"

    I'm not able to restart the computer using the START--> SHUT DOWN --> RESTART
    So, I try to use ALT CTRL DEL and I get the following error message:
    Windows Application Error that says "The application failed to initialize properly Oxc0000017. Click OK to terminate application."

    Okay, so that's all the problems...is this a virus??
    Thanks in advance for all your help.
    I really appreciate it~! :wave:
     
  2. melmartin

    melmartin TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 21

    Please help!!! A few more error messages!!

    Also wanted to add some other error messages:
    Error: firefox.exe Bad Image
    The application or DLL C:/Program Files/Mozilla Firefox/js3250.dll is not a valid Windows image. Please check this against your installation diskette.

    C:/Program Files/Internet Explorer/INTERNET EXPLORE.EXE "Not enough quota is available to process this command"

    Any help is appreciated...thanks~!
     
  3. RealBlackStuff

    RealBlackStuff TS Rookie Posts: 6,503

    Check that you have enough free space on your windows partition/disk (minimum 15% free). If not, move some stuff to another partition/HD or delete some junk.
    Click on Start/Settings/Control Panel and double-click System.
    In the Advanced tab, click on Performance 'Settings'
    Then click on the new Advanced tab and click on Virtual Memory 'Change'.
    Increase the size of your paging file to be about 1.5x your physical memory size, but no more than 2.5GB.
     
  4. melmartin

    melmartin TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 21

    Hi
    Thank you so much for your reply~!

    I just have a few quick questions about it though....

    When you say "Increase the size of your paging file to be about 1.5x your physical memory size"
    How do I know what my physical memory size is??


    Also....this is what came up when I got to the paging file section:

    Total paging file size for all drives: 768 MB

    This is what it says in my VIRTUAL MEMORY dialogue box:

    Paging File Size
    C: 768-1536
    Drive: C:
    Space Available: 9006 MB

    Custom Size
    Initial Size: 768 MB
    Maximum Size: 1536 MB

    Total paging size for all drives:
    Minimum allowed: 2MB
    Recommeded: 766 MB
    Currently allocated: 768 MB

    Thanks again for your help! I'm really grateful for your advice!
     
  5. melmartin

    melmartin TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 21

    Also, I'm still getting the message cannot open "because SSL is disabled"

    But, I checked in Options under Security and both SSL 2.0 and SSL 3.0 are both checked...so I'm not sure why this is happening....
    Gmail/ebay/hotmail are not opening!

    Thanks in advance for your help!
     
  6. doomsweek

    doomsweek TS Rookie Posts: 39

    Have you tried upgrading your browser?
     
  7. melmartin

    melmartin TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 21

    thanks!

    I went ahead and downloaded the new updates for windows XP
    What should I upgrade Mozilla to?? is it 2.0??
    thanks in advance :giddy:
     
  8. doomsweek

    doomsweek TS Rookie Posts: 39

    How about using Mozilla Firefox? For me Mozilla is too big. But it's up to you. Haven't use Mozilla for a while since Mozilla Firefox became famous.
     
  9. melmartin

    melmartin TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 21

    sorry! yeah....mozilla firefox is what I have...I was just typing Mozilla for short...

    I have M.Firefox...and I'm gonna try to upgrade to whatever is next

    thanks again.
     
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