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Old 02-06-2006, 03:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My computer is exremely slow and now when using certain programs it crashes and with the error message "InPage Error P1:c000009c P2:00000003"

Can anybody advise????
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Specifically which programs are crashing?

Have you made any hardware upgrades recently because those look like they could be memory locations.
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My computer is exremely slow and now when using certain programs it crashes and with the error message "InPage Error P1:c000009c P2:00000003"

Can anybody advise????
something is hogging your memory or bad memory or weak processor
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Thanks for your quick responses.



It is extremely slow when starting up, it takes forever.

No I have not made hardware upgrades.

The Programs that crash returning the Inpage Error are Internet Explorer, Windows Explorer, Norton AntiVirus and some others.

Also if I try to open or delete files within the "Internet Temporary Files" Folder with any program that program will crash giving me the same Inpage Error.

I do not really know if the problem of slowness is related to the Inpage Error because actually the slowness of my computer is a problem that I have had for a while now whiles the Inpage error is recent.
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Thanks for your quick responses.



It is extremely slow when starting up, it takes forever.

No I have not made hardware upgrades.

The Programs that crash returning the Inpage Error are Internet Explorer, Windows Explorer, Norton AntiVirus and some others.

Also if I try to open or delete files within the "Internet Temporary Files" Folder with any program that program will crash giving me the same Inpage Error.

I do not really know if the problem of slowness is related to the Inpage Error because actually the slowness of my computer is a problem that I have had for a while now whiles the Inpage error is recent.
how recent is the norton?
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Old 02-10-2006, 12:20 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I recently installed Norton 2006 but the problem was there well before with my previous Norton 2005 version.

I attach in case it helps a Bitmap image of the error when I tried to erase the files in my Internet temporary files folder.
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I WOULD NOT SPEND ANY MORE TIME ON THIS. IF A REPAIR WON'T DO IT. THE WINDOW WOULD.
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