Re: IE 8 Error Message
Not to worry: It will only uninstall that specific component of Office.
Errare humanum est
Robert & Jaymee Whitlock wrote:
> Will that uninstall my Word programs? I need those. Thanks so much.
> "Leonard Grey" wrote:
>> The error is caused by the Speech and Handwriting Recognition feature in
>> Microsoft Office XP and 2003. If you are not using this feature you can
>> uninstall it.
>> Control Panel> Add/Remove Programs > Microsoft Office > Change button
>> Leonard Grey
>> Errare humanum est
>> Robert & Jaymee Whitlock wrote:
>>> On my desktop computer (I'm typing on my laptop) I keep getting an error
>>> message everytime I open IE, so I can't browse or visit sites. Earlier today
>>> it was fine when I was ordering wedding stuff. It says "CiceroUIWndFrame:
>>> iexplore.exe - Application Error The instruction at "0x77453840" referenced
>>> memory at "0x020afb4c". The memory could not be "read". Click OK to
>>> terminate the program. Click CANCEL to debug the program". When I click
>>> CANCEL I get yet another error saying "drwtsn32.exe - Application Error The
>>> exception unknown software exception (0xc0000409) occured in the application
>>> at location 0x59a725d". Upon clicking OK after the second message, it
>>> terminates the program. I tried reinstalling IE 8 and it didn't fix the
>>> problem. I don't understand why it worked fine for me last night and all day
>>> today but now I get this error. Any help would be greatly appreciated.