xp ie8 Data Execution Prevention 
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 xp ie8 Data Execution Prevention

I just upgraded to IE8 and ever since I did that, when I go to a web page or
want to print from the internet, I hit the print button and then I get the
"Data Execution Prevention" message and then I just lock up.  I Clear
messagew and then I am booted out.  Does anyone have any suggestions?  I
really need help.
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lostsomewhat


Mon, 31 Oct 2011 09:53:01 GMT  
 xp ie8 Data Execution Prevention

Quote:
>I just upgraded to IE8 and ever since I did that, when I go to a web page
>or
> want to print from the internet, I hit the print button and then I get the
> "Data Execution Prevention" message and then I just lock up.  I Clear
> messagew and then I am booted out.  Does anyone have any suggestions?  I
> really need help.
> --
> lostsomewhat

This newsgroup is for Visual Basic, not Vista Basic/Business. Try one of
these groups:

microsoft.public.internetexplorer.general
microsoft.public.internetexplorer.beta



Mon, 31 Oct 2011 10:24:00 GMT  
 xp ie8 Data Execution Prevention
I am not running Vista. I am running XP Pro. Can you still help or do I need
to post somewhere else?  Thanks for your assistance.
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lostsomewhat
Quote:



> >I just upgraded to IE8 and ever since I did that, when I go to a web page
> >or
> > want to print from the internet, I hit the print button and then I get the
> > "Data Execution Prevention" message and then I just lock up.  I Clear
> > messagew and then I am booted out.  Does anyone have any suggestions?  I
> > really need help.
> > --
> > lostsomewhat

> This newsgroup is for Visual Basic, not Vista Basic/Business. Try one of
> these groups:

> microsoft.public.internetexplorer.general
> microsoft.public.internetexplorer.beta



Mon, 31 Oct 2011 10:44:01 GMT  
 xp ie8 Data Execution Prevention
Go to Control Panel->System->Advanced Tab->Performance->Data Execution
Prevention to see if DEP is on and if it is you can choose to exclude IE
from it.

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Quote:
>I am not running Vista. I am running XP Pro. Can you still help or do I
>need
> to post somewhere else?  Thanks for your assistance.
> --
> lostsomewhat




>> >I just upgraded to IE8 and ever since I did that, when I go to a web
>> >page
>> >or
>> > want to print from the internet, I hit the print button and then I get
>> > the
>> > "Data Execution Prevention" message and then I just lock up.  I Clear
>> > messagew and then I am booted out.  Does anyone have any suggestions?
>> > I
>> > really need help.
>> > --
>> > lostsomewhat

>> This newsgroup is for Visual Basic, not Vista Basic/Business. Try one of
>> these groups:

>> microsoft.public.internetexplorer.general
>> microsoft.public.internetexplorer.beta



Mon, 31 Oct 2011 10:59:13 GMT  
 xp ie8 Data Execution Prevention
This is one possible group to try:

microsoft.public.windowsxp.general

  That's a group for general XP issues. This group
is for questions about Windows programming with VB.

But while you're here....I was just dealing with this recently
and it's a bit confusing, so maybe I can help.

   I'm not sure about IE8 specifically, but I did find
that XP SP3 changes DEP without notice. It includes
Explorer in DEP, so it probably also includes
IE. I found that out because I have an Explorer Bar I
wrote that was crashing Explorer folder windows in SP3.

  XP DEP has two options, according  to the DEP settings
window. (Actually there are four options, but that's another
story.)

System->Advanced Tab->Performance->Data Execution
as Randem said.

   You can choose to set DEP only for system processes or
you can choose to set it for all processes and then select
exemptions. But there's a problem with that. Explorer
is not accepted as an exemption. XP will not add Explorer
to the exemption list, and it will also not tell you that you
can't add it. (It just lets you select the exemption and then
does nothing!) I'm guessing the same is probably true for
IE.

   Is it possible that you have some kind of IE extension
or BHO that might be non-DEP compatible? Maybe a
Yahoo or Google toolbar....something like that? You
could try removing those. (Also, you could try dumping
IE. :)

   If you prefer to just be rid of DEP hassles you can also
turn it off, but as is typical with Microsoft, the setting is
semi-secret and not available through the actual DEP
settings window.

In order to turn off DEP, open the boot.ini file on C
drive and add this to the boot command line:
/noexecute=AlwaysOff

See here for a full explanation:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/875352

Quote:
> I am not running Vista. I am running XP Pro. Can you still help or do I
need
> to post somewhere else?  Thanks for your assistance.
> --
> lostsomewhat




> > >I just upgraded to IE8 and ever since I did that, when I go to a web
page
> > >or
> > > want to print from the internet, I hit the print button and then I get
the
> > > "Data Execution Prevention" message and then I just lock up.  I Clear
> > > messagew and then I am booted out.  Does anyone have any suggestions?
I
> > > really need help.
> > > --
> > > lostsomewhat

> > This newsgroup is for Visual Basic, not Vista Basic/Business. Try one of
> > these groups:

> > microsoft.public.internetexplorer.general
> > microsoft.public.internetexplorer.beta



Mon, 31 Oct 2011 11:57:26 GMT  
 
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