When connecting with an Android phone through Verizon for attaching to the internet, receive the message "Microsoft (C) registry of Windows has stopped working".

twice now that I got "Microsoft (C) registry of Windows has stopped working". Looking for online solutions, it tells me to update... and yet my Windows Update is underway. What is going on??

I am traveling and using my Android phone by Verizon to tie to the internet... This could be the cause?

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Hi BetheForcia,

Exactly when you receive this error message?

Usually, this can happen due to data execution prevention.

In order to diagnose the problem, you can check in the event viewer to determine the cause of the error and after return with details of the event viewer.

What are the information in event logs? (Event Viewer)

You can try to add it in the exception for the prevention of execution of data and check that it works.

a. go to Start, Control Panel and click on System.
b. now, click on the Advanced tab, and under performance, click settings.
c. click on Data Execution Prevention , and then select the Turn on DEP for all programs and services except those I select: radio button.
d. now click on the Add button and navigate to C:\Windows\System32 and choose the regsvr32.exe file. When you receive the message indicating it could make your computer becomes vulnerable to attack and unprotected, simply click OK to continue.
e. click OK , and then click OK to exit

Hope the helps of information.

Please post back and we do know.

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