Error - Internet Explorer has encountered a problem and must close in Internet Explorer & jump - rises in Windows Explorer.

Original title: Windows/Internet Explorer / Data Execution Prevention.

I constantly receive pop-ups Windows and/or Internet Explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close. Windows Explorer in particular sometimes will do every few seconds.  I also sometimes have a debugger of Dr. Watson popup that blocks everything on my computer.

I also get a pop-up Windows Data Execution Prevention indicating that Windows has closed this program to help protect my computer.

My icons on the desktop this process will sometimes disappear.  I am able to restore in the Manager of tasks by clicking on the following:

"C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Menu Démarrer\Programmes\Accessoires\Explorateur Explorer.lnk"

I can't go online most of the time.  Sometimes I'm able to sneak in a "back door" by clicking on a link in an email, but time is limited (from five minutes to five hours) until I started offshore.

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This root killer Webroot suggested?

Are you going to provide the other requested information (requested) on your system and if not, why not?

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So far, I never saw a Microsoft Support Engineer in these forums effectively resolve an error DEP in the 'right' way.  Sometimes, they have some things to try (how that works for you?), but you don't need methods to try, you will need to do things that solve your problem.

I doubt that you have a memory problem or disk - which is not what causes the DEP errors.

If you have made any exceptions DEP in XP to try and get your working papers, you must cancel all DEP exceptions to go forward.

If I've ever seen Windows Explorer crashing and DEP errors, here's what I've done to understand what is happening:

When the Windows Explorer (not Internet Explorer) is wrong (especially when right click), begin to suspect third-party add-ons explore extension.

Those who would be the Explorer extensions that do not belong to Microsoft.  This means that extensions that you have added.  Solution Explorer extensions are generally well and installation of certain applications will install extensions from Explorer solutions for you, give you a choice and sometimes they can be added without your knowledge when you
install new software.

Solution Explorer extensions are sometimes added as a new right-click option, you see on folders and files (like the scan of this file, open that file, play this song).

If there is something in particular that you do during exploration that you know will be the cause of the problem, which will help focus on the problem and the help that you suddenly know, when you have found and corrected.  If you can get there when you want it, make an adjustment and then there is no message the next time you don't do anything, you do, you have found and corrected.

First of all you need a way to see what modules explore you have installed now and a way to turn them off (not uninstall them) so you can understand that we are at the origin of the problem.  You can have a lot of extensions not installed Microsoft don't even know you about.

Download ShellExView here to see what Explorer extensions you have loaded:

http://www.NirSoft.NET/utils/shexview.html

ShellExView does not install anything on your computer, simply of runs and displays.

After launching ShellExView, under Options, choose "Mark non-Microsoft Extensions" and extensions not Microsoft will be pink, clear, but on some systems which is a difficult color to see, so click on display, choose the columns and move the column Microsoft closer to the top, so you can see on your screen without having to scroll left and right.

Click on the column header for "Microsoft" sort display (by clicking on the column of Microsoft) if all non-Microsoft extensions (all the 'Our') are on top and easy to see.

Non-Microsoft extensions would be things you have added (non-Microsoft) and are what you should be suspect.

You can also Google the name of a suspect add-on and see if there is any success on the mistakes of the DEP and what other people have done about it.
You can Google something like:

Explorer XP crashing (you must fill in the name of add your suspect on).

See what kind of search results hits you get and are looking for solutions or situations that sound like yours.

I'm not a defender of trial and error, but I can't think of another way to do...

Right click and disable the non Microsoft extensions one at a time (or maybe in groups of 3-5), keep a list, so you can enable them again later if you wish. The result of the change is immediate and no reboot is necessary.  Test your failure condition.  If the Explorer starts to behave, you will know that an extension of this group of 3-5 is the culprit in order to start to enable them one by one until the Explorer fails again.

If you recognize all the extensions that have been added or recently downloaded, start with these first.

Disabling the extension does not uninstall the extension - it is just disabled.

Disable them one at a time until your right click on do not generate an error, then restart and test again.  You have disabled the last extension would be suspicious.

You can also just disable all non-Microsoft extensions, restart and allow them one at a time until you find the one that generates the condition.

If you have a large number of extensions, you can disable them is small groups, 3-5 at a time instead of 1 at a time until your system starts to behave.  When it does not, you will know that the problem is one of the extensions of this small group and you can enable members of the Group at a time until the problem returns, then the problem is with the last extension that you enabled.

The hope is that you will find an extension that caused the error, and then you can figure out what on this subject - either uninstall it or see if you can get an update of the author of the extension of their web page.

I have not your problem, but I can when you toggle extensions, the extension is immediately disabled, so disable an extension does not seem to require a restart, but if you think that you have found the problem, I reboot and repeat the test in any case to be sure the problem disappeared.

If you post your non-Microsoft extensions list, maybe someone will recognize it as a potential problem.

If you find the offending extension that's the problem, please let us know what it is that I can add to my list.

If complains in Internet Explorer, run Internet Explorer with no Add-ons and see if you still have the problem.

If Internet Explorer then runs OK with no Add-ons, you can determine what add-on is the cause of the problem.

Fortunately, Windows has a built in option to run Internet Explorer with no Add - ons (imagine that).

To start Internet Explorer with no add-on, click on start, programs, System Tools, then choose:

Internet Explorer (No Add-ons)

If you can't find that, click Start, run and enter in the box (or copy/beyond the next line):

"C:\Program may Explorer\iexplore.exe"-extoff

Click OK to start IE with no Add - ons.

IE will launch with a message reminding you that it runs with no Add - ons and ask you to click on the button Home (do) and then you can visit the web pages where you might think that you will get a DEP error.  Pages may be different, but you want to see if you still get the DEP error message or not.  You can then activate the Add-ons one at a time until find you the one that is causing problems.

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