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The instruction at "0x7c919aft" referenced memory at "0x00000010". The memory could not be "written"

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I'm currently working on a Windows Xp 32bit computer and I need to figure out how to get rid of this message that appears at start-up. Any tips?
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Does the error appear when starting in Safe Mode? Look at the apps that are in Startup. Run 'msconfig' and click the Startup tab. Look at the Apps starting. Uncheck them one at a time and reboot until the error disappears. That is the offending app. Reinstate the others.
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Another way, would be to find out what app threw the error dialog....

Process Explorer
http://live.sysinternals.com/procexp.exe

Use the above, to find out what process owns that message box. There is a little crosshairs at the top, that you can drag onto another window, and the owning process will highlight. Then you know where you have to start to rectify....
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Thanks Guys
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