IE7 - blows up with an unhandled exception every time I close!!

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Mark Jones, Oct 31, 2006.

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    Mark Jones Guest

    Anyone else experiencing that? Any feedback on that is greatly appreciated.

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    Gary Guest

    Just learning to use this site. Since installing IE7 I get the following
    error message everytime I close IE7:

    Access violation at address 02AA0200 in module 'jesdsg.dll'. Read of
    address 25202E67.

    All I have to do is click OK, but still a bit of a nuisance.

    I have checked and all my updates appear to be in order. I do run Norton
    Internet Security, but even when I stop it I still get the message.

    Can't find what product uses jesdsg.dll. I even updated Java.
    Gary, Oct 31, 2006
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    lara400 Guest

    Yeah - I get the same thing happening - no idea why.

    All I do is exit IE and a exception error occurs - I have XP with SP2.

    It is annoying!
    lara400, Oct 31, 2006
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    Don Varnau Guest

    Customary advice regarding a problem like this is to look at third-party
    toolbars, BHOs and other browser add-ons.

    If jesdsg.dll is a typo and the file is actually iesdsg.dll it belongs to
    Spyware Doctor. Disable Spyware Doctor to see of the problem disappears. If
    so, try:
    1. Uninstalling / reinstalling SD.
    2. Check for updates for SD.
    3. Uninstall SD until the program is updated to work with IE7.

    Hope this helps,
    [MS MVP- IE]
    Don Varnau, Oct 31, 2006
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    Don Varnau, Oct 31, 2006
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