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    The memory could not be 'written (Office 2000)

    When using Outlook 2000 to read newsgroups via Outlook express when I close the programe I get:

    msimn.exe - Application

    The instruction a "0x77f83aed" referenced memory at "0x009a4660". The memory could not be "written"

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    Re: The memory could not be 'written (Office 2000)

    Make sure your Temp files folder is cleaned up. Check page file size and make sure it is big enough.And then try again. How much memory do you have?

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    Re: The memory could not be 'written (Office 2000)

    Thank you for your reply

    I have cleaned out all *.tmp files to no avale and

    Total Physical Memory 384.00 MB
    Available Physical Memory 152.89 MB
    Total Virtual Memory 1.27 GB
    Available Virtual Memory 842.90 MB
    Page File Space 920.46 MB
    Page File Cagefile.sys

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    Re: The memory could not be 'written (Office 2000)

    Have you got the latest Sevice Pack for IE 6? It addresses a memeory leak problem. See this patch, which is part of the latest service pack.They say it might possibly be due to a memory leak. Knowledge Base # 309170
    Also here is one I just found Your error

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    Re: The memory could not be 'written (Office 2000)

    What OS is this? Windows 2000 has this problem, less prevalent once all the updates are applied - I don't believe it's OE or Outlook that is specific to the problem.
    -Mark

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    Re: The memory could not be 'written (Office 2000)

    Hi Mark
    It is XP Pro sp1 all the latest updates. I only get the error with OE when closing i.e. when I click "X" to close.
    And the twain driver for my scanner would not open. The Twain caused Word 2000 and any other programs to close. However, I got so desperate as I needed to use my scanner. I formated HDD re installed XP Pro and still putting my putter together. <img src=/S/bouncenburn.gif border=0 alt=bouncenburn width=31 height=31>

    Still at a loss to know what the problem was

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    Re: The memory could not be 'written (Office 2000)

    <img src=/S/hmmn.gif border=0 alt=hmmn width=15 height=15>
    The dreaded error "msimn.exe Application Error The instruction at "0x77f83aed" referenced at "0x009a49e0" . The memory could not be written" Click on OK to terminate the program." has returned to my Outlook 2000 newsreader when I close Outlook. <img src=/S/bouncenburn.gif border=0 alt=bouncenburn width=31 height=31>
    This is after I formated my HDD and reinstalled MS XP Pro SP1 384MB of Ram P4 NTFS with the latest auto updates so far my scanner is ok <img src=/S/clapping.gif border=0 alt=clapping width=19 height=23>
    In MS knowledge Base the only reference to this error concernes a corrupt journal file I do not use journal
    Has anyone eles had this problem?
    All the Best from <img src=/S/flags/Scotland.gif border=0 alt=Scotland width=30 height=18>

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