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An unexpected error has been detected by HotSpot Virtual Machine - IE closes when website is opened and leaves log file on desktop.

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It just shuts down IE and leaves this log file on my desktop - any ideas?

kurtrasche.741.com/hs_err_pid3472.log

Thanks in advance.
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An unexpected error has been detected by HotSpot Virtual Machine
http://www.java.com/en/download/help/5000041400.xml


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I have a suggestion that I am using and you just might find interesting:

I did the following since XP when it fails is very hard to debug, not like win98.

Thus I did the following:

Bought two slave drives for each of the C: drives. Thus I now had two pairs of drives.
Purchased Acronis True Image to allow to do a HDCOPY of my main drives. I am a beta tester for Acronis.

I tried Norton Ghost but I just waisted my money since it does not do a bootable HDCOPY.

I installed the following boot manager program:
http://www.osloader.com/download.htm
Now for some reason the boot manager fails about once a year. When this happens it boots automatically to the C: drive. I then just reinstall the boot manager.

I made a folder called 'Database'. Underneath it I put all my data folders no matter their origin.
I then on a daily basis do a copy and paste to the slave drives.

I installed Acronis and did a HDCOPY to the slave drives, which makes the slave drives bootable.
I do this on a monthly basis.

Now if I have a problem, my data is up to date.

Next when time permits, I boot to the designated slave drive using the boot manager.
Since the slave drives are bootable, all I do is a HDCOPY of the slave drive to the C: drive, making it a master.

Only thing left is to reinstall any programs that I installed during the month.

Thanks for the points. I always get a warm and fuzzy feeling when I help someone either on this site or in my daily life.

Sincerely

Joe
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