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Invalid Page Fault in kernel32.dll

I keep getting this error each time I try to sign on to AOL. I've tried re-installing AOL, defraging my HD, check my diskspace (I currently have 1.05gb left). Before I installed Visual Basic 6 Pro, AOL would have this error each time I quit. Now it happens right when I connect. The error message is on the bottom. Please help!

Thanks, Alex!

WAOL caused an invalid page fault in
module KERNEL32.DLL at 015f:bff9d709.
Registers:
EAX=c002b0f4 CS=015f EIP=bff9d709 EFLGS=00010216
EBX=00000000 SS=0167 ESP=0056fe84 EBP=00570120
ECX=00000000 DS=0167 ESI=00790f80 FS=3cff
EDX=78034518 ES=0167 EDI=00405000 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
53 8b 15 dc 9c fc bf 56 89 4d e4 57 89 4d dc 89
Stack dump:
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Yippy123Author Commented:
I don't get that when I load the AOL program, just when it connects. Please help!
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MATTCEICommented:
Some common causes of KERNAL32 errors:

A password of greater than 14 characters.

Resource conflict with modem (Does it occur with Hyperterminal?)

A bad .CPL file,but this would probably only occur when you open Control Panel (or Control Panel - Network)
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dankhCommented:
Yippy,

   Where did you get that AOL program??  You need to use the AOL program found on the Win98 CD specifically.  If you got the program elsewhere, you will have problems.
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danpaul091498Commented:
Aol will conflict some versions of IE. I had the same problem. It got so bad that each time I used it the screen would go black and then reboot. I had to reformat and reinstall everything. One reason for this is that it installs it's custom version of IE. It may conflict with what you have. Sorry
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