Internet Explorer May Shut Down Unexpectedly If You Have Set Windows and Buttons to Windows XP Style

From: Cola.E (e_at_e.e.e.e)
Date: 06/25/04


Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2004 17:13:17 GMT


http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;822350

Internet Explorer May Shut Down Unexpectedly If You Have Set Windows and
Buttons to Windows XP Style

SYMPTOMS

 Internet Explorer shuts down unexpectedly because of an access violation.
The call stack during the crash is as follows:
> mshtml.dll!CButton::YieldCurrency(CElement * pElemNew=0x06bdde10)
Line 385 C++
        mshtml.dll!CDoc::SetCurrentElem(CElement * pElemNext=0x06bdde10,
long lSubNext=0, int * pfYieldFailed=0x069fdfd4, long lButton=1, int *
pfDisallowedByEd=0x069fdfc4, int fFireFocusBlurEvents=1, int fMnemonic=0)
Line 3615 + 0x12 C++
        mshtml.dll!CElement::BecomeCurrent(long lSubDivision=0, int *
pfYieldFailed=0x069fdfd4, CMessage * pmsg=0x069fe400, int fTakeFocus=1,
long lButton=1, int * pfDisallowedByEd=0x069fdfc4, int
fFireFocusBlurEvents=1, int fMnemonic=0) Line 1766 + 0x35 C++
        mshtml.dll!CElement::BubbleBecomeCurrent(long lSubDivision=0, int *
pfYieldFailed=0x069fe16c, CMessage * pMessage=0x069fe400, int fTakeFocus=1,
long lButton=1) Line 2031 + 0x3e C++
        mshtml.dll!CDoc::PumpMessage(CMessage * pMessage=0x069fe400,
CTreeNode * pNodeTarget=0x06bde1b0, int fPerformTA=0) Line 3842 + 0x46
C++
        mshtml.dll!CDoc::OnMouseMessage(unsigned int msg=513, unsigned int
wParam=1, long lParam=30867963, long * plResult=0x069feb2c, int x=507, int
y=471) Line 1881 + 0x29 C++
        mshtml.dll!CDoc::OnWindowMessage(unsigned int msg=513, unsigned int
wParam=1, long lParam=30867963, long * plResult=0x069feb2c) Line 824 +
0x33 C++
        mshtml.dll!CServer::WndProc(HWND__ * hwnd=0x0001150e, unsigned int
msg=513, unsigned int wParam=1, long lParam=30867963) Line 2338 + 0x30
C++
        user32.dll!_InternalCallWinProc@20() Line 102 Asm
        user32.dll!UserCallWinProcCheckWow(_ACTIVATION_CONTEXT *
pActCtx=0x00000000, long (HWND__ *, unsigned int, unsigned int, long)*
pfn=0x6388e690, HWND__ * hwnd=0x0001150e, unsigned int msg=513, unsigned
int wParam=1, long lParam=30867963, void * pww=0x0102b10c, int
fEnableLiteHooks=1) Line 165 + 0x37 C
        user32.dll!DispatchMessageWorker(tagMSG * pmsg=0x069fec78, int
fAnsi=0) Line 2490 + 0x1e C
        user32.dll!DispatchMessageW(const tagMSG * lpMsg=0x069fec78) Line
1028 C
        browseui.dll!TimedDispatchMessage(tagMSG * pmsg=0x069fec78) Line
9368 C++
        browseui.dll!BrowserThreadProc(IETHREADPARAM * piei=0x00000000)
Line 9592 C++
        browseui.dll!BrowserProtectedThreadProc(void * pv=0x0546fd00) Line
9745 C++
        browseui.dll!SHOpenFolderWindow(IETHREADPARAM * piei=0x0546fd00)
Line 9923 C++
        kernel32.dll!BaseThreadStart(unsigned long (void *)*
lpStartAddress=0x718bfac1, void * lpParameter=0x0546fd00) Line 532 + 0x6
C

 

CAUSE

This problem may occur if you have set Windows and buttons to Windows XP
style. The Windows and buttons option is on the Appearance tab of the
Windows XP Display Properties dialog box.

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