When starting Windows XP i get the message (CCLISTWN.EXE - Application Error) "The instruction at "0x77f5367f7" referenced...

Posted on 2003-02-20
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When starting Windows XP i get the message
CCLISTWN.EXE - Application Error
"The instruction at "0x77f5367f7" referenced memory at "0x00000000". The memory could not be written."

and then

CCLISTWN.EXE - Application Error
"The exception unknown software exception (0xc0000027) occurred in the application at location 0x77e9bc2d"

What's going on?????

Question by:maffpunton
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ID: 7988116
Start > run msconfig
Click on the Startup tab
Deselect everything you see in there
Reboot and if the problem doesn't happen then one of those items is the cause you just need to find out which one.

If you find the programs that is causing it uninsall it and then reinstall it.
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Expert Comment

ID: 7988136
Also it may be a service.

Start > Run services.msc
Double Click on the service and if you see in the Path to the executable box this file being listed then
In the box labeled Startup Type select Manual
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ID: 7988138
Double Click on the service

Should be
Double Click on each service
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Author Comment

ID: 7989017
Okay, but how exactly do I find out which one it is? Surely I don;t have to reboot 11 times trying each one?
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CrazyOne earned 480 total points
ID: 7995766
Yep that is about the best way to do it.

You can look in these keys to see where the programs reside on the disk. This may help you narrow down which one it could be.

Look to see if it in the registry under


Some other registry settings




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