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Microsoft KB Archive/172978

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Err Msg: Iexplore Caused a Stack Fault in Module Kernel32.dll

Last reviewed: October 7, 1997
Article ID: Q172978

The information in this article applies to:

  • The Microsoft Network version 2.5

SYMPTOMS

When you resize the Chat window in MSN, The Microsoft Network, you may receive the following error message:

   This program has performed an illegal operation and will be shut down.
   If the problem persists, contact the program vendor.

If you click Details, you receive the following error message:

   Iexplore caused a stack fault in module Kernel32.dll.

CAUSE

This behavior can occur when you resize the Chat window in MSN while MSN is accessing information over the Internet.

STATUS

Microsoft is researching this problem and will post new information here in the Microsoft Knowledge Base as it becomes available.

MORE INFORMATION

When an error occurs in Windows 95 that involves a Windows core file such as Kernel32.dll, we recommend that you shut down and restart the computer.


Additional query words: 2.50

Keywords : msnchat kberrmsg
Version : WINDOWS:2.5
Platform : WINDOWS


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Last reviewed: October 7, 1997
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