"Agny" <Agny@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:C717A469-E9B9-4BD4-9ED9-0880D0F3B7CC@microsoft.com...
>I am uninstall IE 7 .
> Open IE 6 , and open any site , close IE 6 .
> I have problem :
I don't read Russian but the pattern of that message looks like a crash
at 0x777645B8. I'm not sure if there would normally a Microsoft module
loaded at 0x77760000. If not, as Frank indicated to you it could be
a third-party module causing interference.
Do you get an event in the Event viewer's Application log to correspond
with this or a snapdump in drwtsn32.log? If so, you may be able to glean
more details about your crash from such sources.
Alternatively, you could run Process Explorer and use its Lower Pane View DLLs
(e.g. press Ctrl-d) before the crash and see if there is anything loaded there.
Hmm... looks like in some environments that would be where shdocvw.dll
would be loaded. In that case, the details in the Event viewer would not be
sufficient. I would want to see the Stack Back Trace related to the crash event,
e.g. as could be seen from drwtsn32.log. Then you would have to find the
crashing thread by imagining what the Russian equivalent of FAULT ->
would be as an eyecatcher and page forward to the Russian equivalent
of Stack Back Trace from there.