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I have recently re-installed WINDOWS MESSAGING when using the FAX all appears well untill i close down the programme. When the icon disappears from the menu bar in the bottom rught hand corner I get an ERROR----"EXCHNG 32 caused an invalied page fault in module  AWFXCG32.DLL at 024F:7f7af33a" When I close this down all appears ok.
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uninstall windows messaging, fax software and IE4.

reinstall them, this should fix the problem.
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