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kernel32.dll problem

Postby wsigmund » Thu Oct 08, 2009 1:46 am

Running Pocomail on Windows ME, this message has suddenly started to appear:

"Pocomail has now caused an error with Kernel32.dll and will now close."

Any ideas why this happens and what to do?

Thanks

William
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Re: kernel32.dll problem

Postby Eric » Thu Oct 08, 2009 7:44 am

Hi William,
wsigmund wrote:Running Pocomail on Windows ME, this message has suddenly started to appear:

"Pocomail has now caused an error with Kernel32.dll and will now close."

Any ideas why this happens and what to do?
No idea as to why it happens :?

You could try the following:
Windows Me Fault Logging
To verify the fault address in Windows Me, view the Fault log by opening the Faultlog.txt file that is located in the Windows folder: Click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click System Information.
On the Tools menu, click Fault Log. The Faultlog.txt file is opened, with the most recent fault information at the end of the file.

See also your previous topic: Pocomail and Windows ME.

I don't use Win ME, so I'm not sure how to proceed with it.
Sorry, but perhaps someone else can help you better with it. :wink:
Eric
 


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