R0nda

Hi,

I got this error each time I run my laptop, "the instruction "0x745f2780" referenced memory at "0x00000000". the memory could not be "read"" then I can't do anything ...Sad. Please any one can help!

Thanks!



Re: Windows Desktop Search Development Error each time I start my laptop

Eric Wolz - MSFT

Have you submitted this problem back to Microsoft




Re: Windows Desktop Search Development Error each time I start my laptop

Bonza666

I had the same problem for awhile. I uninstalled WDS and a few other updates (sorry, I don't remember specifically), and it stopped. But it troubles me to this day....



Re: Windows Desktop Search Development Error each time I start my laptop

Eric Wolz - MSFT

I would be happy to look at the issue, but I need more information to track it down, like what process this was occurring in, what OS is this, what version/service packs Reporting these errors back and getting the "Bucket ID" from the Windows Error Reporting in the event log is the best place to start.




Re: Windows Desktop Search Development Error each time I start my laptop

Bonza666

This error would pop up about 1 minute after windows starts. A message pops up and the cpu becomes completely unresponsive. Windows XP Professional 2002, service pack 2. HP dv2000, intel t2050 @1.60GHz, 0.99 GB RAM.

How do I get the "Bucket ID "





Re: Windows Desktop Search Development Error each time I start my laptop

Bonza666

Funny, I hadn't had any problems for awhile. I unistalled the desktop search and the problem went away for awhile. But since I posted explorer has been crashing on me, with an error message of:

the instruction at "0x3018a495" referenced memory as "0x00000000". The memory could not be "read".

What does this mean





Re: Windows Desktop Search Development Error each time I start my laptop

Eric Wolz - MSFT

Please post the crash bucket number back to this forum.

To get the crash bucket number:
1. Use explorer to generate the crash. When you are prompted, click the button to send the data to Microsoft.
2. Immediately after sending the data, go to "Control Panel" | "Administrative tools" | "Event viewer".
3. In Event viewer, choose the "Application" node of the tree on the left.
4. Sort the data by "Date", and scroll to the most recent entries.
5. Look for entries where the "Type" is "error" and have red "X" icons. Double click on them to "open" them.
6. One of the last (most recent) red entries should be for explorer and have a "bucket number" in the description field