msprcc32.exe error message



godfather
07-10-2005, 01:23 AM
When I start up and dial up my earthlink internet connection I receive
an error message - the application failed to initialize properly
(0xc0000005). click on OK to terminate the application. the
application to which it refers is msprcc32.exe.

I click on ok twice and it goes away.

How can I get rid of this error message permanently?

Treeman
07-10-2005, 01:23 AM
I Googled for that error msprcc32.exe, and got zero!
Anyone care to jump in? Although you may want to ask Earthlink if you
installed their software.
Best,
Treeman


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godfather
07-10-2005, 01:23 AM
I struck out with google. I called earthlink and they referred me to a
Microsoft site that related to the (0xc0000005) part of the error
message. I checked it out and it was related to disk defragmenter. My
disk defragmenter does not run at startup so that has nothing to do
with it. They also sent me to another site that suggested deleting a
registry string. I searched registry and I didn't have the string.
Earthlink then gave up. If you find a solution please post it here -
TIA.


Treeman <Treeman.1qgxwn@no-mx.msusenet.com> wrote:

>
>I Googled for that error msprcc32.exe, and got zero!
>Anyone care to jump in? Although you may want to ask Earthlink if you
>installed their software.
>Best,
>Treeman

godfather
07-10-2005, 01:23 AM
BTW I updated jave and the problem seemed to start right after that.

godfather <r650@yahoo.com> wrote:

>When I start up and dial up my earthlink internet connection I receive
>an error message - the application failed to initialize properly
>(0xc0000005). click on OK to terminate the application. the
>application to which it refers is msprcc32.exe.
>
>I click on ok twice and it goes away.
>
>How can I get rid of this error message permanently?

ultra_classic
07-10-2005, 01:23 AM
"godfather" wrote:
> When I start up and dial up my earthlink internet connection I
> receive
> an error message - the application failed to initialize
> properly
> (0xc0000005). click on OK to terminate the application. the
> application to which it refers is msprcc32.exe.
>
> I click on ok twice and it goes away.
>
> How can I get rid of this error message permanently?

Greetings,
Not sure if this will help but try this MS Article. :?:

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=887742&sd=RMVP

Iíll keep looking,
ultra_classic

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ultra_classic
07-10-2005, 01:24 AM
"godfather" wrote:
>When I start up and dial up my earthlink internet connection I
receive
>an error message - the application failed to initialize properly
>(0xc0000005). click on OK to terminate the application. the
>application to which it refers is msprcc32.exe.
>
>I click on ok twice and it goes away.
>
>How can I get rid of this error message permanently?
Greetings Godfather,
Need some more information.
Are you running XP?
Have you tried to remove the connection? Then query the modem from the
modem properties in the device manager to make sure the computer is
finding the modem.
Are you using an Earthlink CD to setup the connection? I donít like to
use ISPís CDís but some of them you have to.
I assume it is clean of all adware & malware.

Best regards,
ultra_classic :)

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