computer freezes when attempting to log in

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Talk' started by murray, Jul 5, 2009.

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    murray Guest

    On a few websites I cannot log in without having my 2 computers freeze.
    One computer's OS is Vista Home Premium with IE8 while the other is XP Pro
    with IE8. On the Vista machine I get the continuously moving horizontal
    black bar while on the XP machine I get the error message below:




    AI Roboform assertion failed



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    Assertion failed: C=0 S=null-

    GetLastError returned: 0

    OS version: 5.1 build 2600 (Service Pack) platform=2

    IE version 6.0.2900

    DLL:

    EXE: C\Program Files\Internet Explorer\IEXPLORE.EXE

    RF version: 4-4-9

    Lang:

    File: D:\p\roboform\Filler\FormFiller.cpp

    Line: 3401



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    I cannot locate any files on my machines that have any Roboform
    applications.
    I also suspect that this problem might have occurred after an IE8 update,
    since I don't recall it being present after the initial IE8 Install.
    Is there any way I can solve this problem without having to remove IE8 and
    revert to IE7 or IE6?
    Thank you.
    Murray S.
     
    murray, Jul 5, 2009
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    Bruce Hagen Guest

    Bruce Hagen, Jul 5, 2009
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    Rich. Guest

    In IE, go to Tools, Internet Option, and click on the Delete button under
    the Browsing History section. Then click the Delete Forms button. It's
    likely that one of the entries is corrupted and following these steps will
    clear out all of the saved form data. If that doesn't do it, then do the
    same for the saved passwords data.
     
    Rich., Jul 5, 2009
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