Lanu2004
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svchost.exe - Application Error

Please HELP!!!... On my Dimension 4600 any time I touch any application I have the same error message "svchost.exe - Application Error,  The instruction at "0x009a96bc" referenced memory at "0x00000000". The memory could not be "written".  Click on OK to terminate the program, Click on CANCEL to debug the program".  When this error message appear the systems remained freezed for a moment. I get this situation over and aver and over &*%$#@. I'm very frustrated! PLEASE HELP ME!!!. 
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asheron34
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Re: svchost.exe - Application Error

Did you recently install something in your computer?

Hardware (like memory) or programs?

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Lanu2004
1 Copper

Re: svchost.exe - Application Error

Thanks asheron34 for your respond. Yes I Installed ATI video card (All in Wonder 9600) but I star experiment that problem way back; mater of fact I experiencing the same error message with my other two computer in my home, another DELL 4100 including my new laptop Toshiba satellite M35 with Centrino processor. I think that all my problem start after I upgrade with Windows XP Services pack 2. I Try to uninstall it in one of my computer but I have to reinstall again because another problems arrived.

I hope this information bring some light to you in my HELP.

Thanks again for your concern.

Regards,

Lanu2004

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Lanu2004
1 Copper

Re: svchost.exe - Application Error

Thanks asheron34 for your respond. Yes I Installed ATI video card (All in Wonder 9600) but I star experiment that problem way back; mater of fact I experiencing the same error message with my other two computer in my home, another DELL 4100 including my new laptop Toshiba satellite M35 with Centrino processor. I think that all my problem start after I upgrade with Windows XP Services pack 2. I Try to uninstall it in one of my computer but I have to reinstall again because another problems arrived.

I hope this information bring some light to you in my HELP.

Thanks again for your concern.

Regards,

Lanu2004

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geezer04
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Re: svchost.exe - Application Error

Hello lanu2004. I am having the same problems as you! Frustrating is not the word for it. I have also tried uninstalling with same results. It seems all of my problems started when I installed my new HP 2500 series printer and software. Have you received a fix for your problem yet? I would appreciate any and all help.

 

Thanks

geezer04

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chuket
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Re: svchost.exe - Application Error

See if this helps from another forum regarding HP printers and that problem:

http://forums1.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=749972

Look for this header:

Dec 2, 2004 09:35:47 GMT   N/A: Question Author

And the workaround after this text:

"HP and Microsoft are working on the issues arising after installing SP2
and soon HP would be releasing Update patch to resolve the issue."

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Lanu2004
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Re: svchost.exe - Application Error



@asheron34 wrote:

Did you recently install something in your computer?

Hardware (like memory) or programs?



 yes! just I bought a new HP Oficeject 7410 All in One and by coincidence all my three computers (2 destop & 1 laptop) are connected in wireless network and every one have the same problem. Do you have any subjection based on it?

Asheron34 thank you again!

Regards,

Lanu2004

 
 
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Lanu2004
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Re: svchost.exe - Application Error

Hi geezer04, based on your comment; yes! I bought a new HP Oficeject 7410 All in One and by coincidence all my three computers (2 desktop & 1 laptop) are connected in wireless network and every one have the same problem. Thank you for your concern and support.

I hope to find a solution for this problem.

Thanks

Lanu2004

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geezer04
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Re: svchost.exe - Application Error

Lanu2004 I think we are getting somewhere now because your problem is identical to mine. I recently added HP 2510 wireless printer to my network and all 4 of my computers are in a funk. I have been working on it for 4 days but if I find a solution I will let you know.

Thanks for the heads up!!

 

geezer04

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jsires
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Re: svchost.exe - Application Error

My office consists of two computers (one running XP Pro and the other 2000 Pro) and a HP 7410 wireless All-in-One Printer. I use a Lynksys wireless system. The system worked flawlessly since I installed it a few months ago.
 
After installing Yahoo instant messenger a few days ago, I used the anti-spyware feature and mistakenly deleted backweb.
 
Today I noticed that neither computer had access to the lynksys wireless router. I rebooted my XP system and received a backweb error. (this is now fixed).
 
I rebooted the 2000 computer and it reccected to the lynksys wireless router. I decided to upgrade all service patches on the XP system including SP2. I then started getting both backweb svchost.exe Applicaiton Error experienced on this thread and another Windows data management errors.
 
After installing SP2 the system shows that my wireless connection is connected, but I can no longer connect to the wireless router through the wireless network. I can only connect by using a network cable. It seems that I can always recreate the error by opening the browser. The first time I open a broswer I can connect to yahoo which is my home page. I can then navigate inside this browser page. When I open another instance of explorer my computer hangs and I eventually get the svchost error. My general performance is much slower, yet my processor is about 5% active and my memory usage is very low.
 
I found the error with backweb was related to Logitech Desktop Manager. I suspected that this was the root of the svchost error. After reinstalling Logitech Messenger I found that this did not fix the svchost error. I then ran anti-virus programs and anti-spyware programs, the usual. No luck.
 
I finally found this thread and it is quite a coincidence that I too have a HP 7410. I have always experienced a problem with HP utilities when I shut down my system. HP programs would not exit normally on shut down, but this did not pose a problem and I ignored it.
 
I have looked all over the internet and could not find much help. I hope this comiseration is somewhat helpful and that someone better then I finds the solution.
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