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    programs crashing (xp prof)

    Up until recently say three week ago, I would get the odd crash of a program say one a week, usually access, or one of my delphi applications, now it is once an hour... any suggestions. <img src=/S/disappointed.gif border=0 alt=disappointed width=15 height=15>

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    Re: programs crashing (xp prof)

    More info would be helpful. Such as error messages, software levels, hardware configuration, etc. Are you up-to-date with service packs & patches for all affected software? What else is running at the time? Have you modified anything recently? Have you checked for viruses, and other bad stuff?

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    Re: programs crashing (xp prof)

    i have a legal of Macafee, the system administrator is in charge of updating my system, and i believe it is on some sort of auto pilot, i do not see the error number just the menu to report the error to microsoft.

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    Re: programs crashing (xp prof)

    Check the Event Viewer and see if there are any clues.

    Also, with the error reporting box, you can click on a link to get more information, but typically it's not of much use.
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    Re: programs crashing (xp prof)

    Could also be a hardware problem. Like memory. Can you have you IT folks check it?

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