Recurrent problem with SEARCH--terminates with a C++ Runtime error


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R

Randem

Yes, but is Windows Search 4.0 intalled? If it is, try uninstalling it then
try your search again...
 
R

Randem

That tells you almost nothing about what really goes on... You cannot
believe everything the owners tell you. It takes some investigative work to
find the truth.
 
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PA Bear [MS MVP]

Ken said:
Randem said the following on 7/6/2010 9:54 PM:
I am just running the built-in Search that I access from the Start menu...

Is Windows Search 4.0 installed?
 
R

Randem

You are right, continuing to converse with you has that affect.

Never attempt to argue with a fool or idiot they will only bring you down to
their level then proceed to beat you with experience...

I am learning...
 
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HeyBub

Ken said:
When I run Windows Search, it will almost always terminate with a
Runtime Error! Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library

Program: C:\Windows\Explorer.EXE

This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an
unusual way. Please contact the application's support team for more
information.

When I close that box, my desktop goes away (icons, task bar),
although I can continue with whatever windows are open until I am
finished, then I need to reboot.

Does anyone know what may be causing this error?

Have no idea what's causing the error, but I can fix your problem.

Abandon MS Search and use Agent Ransack. It's free, fast, and flexible.
 
U

Unknown

Good! Have no idea why you're so dense and cannot understand the notes on
the sides of the buttons.
Are you just playing stupid?
 
K

Ken

PA Bear [MS MVP] said the following on 7/7/2010 12:58 PM:
Is Windows Search 4.0 installed?
Checked my programs and Windows Search 4.0 is not installed (Add-Remove
Programs list)
 
K

Ken

HeyBub said the following on 7/7/2010 5:35 PM:
Have no idea what's causing the error, but I can fix your problem.

Abandon MS Search and use Agent Ransack. It's free, fast, and flexible.
While I would like to figure out what the problem is with Search, I will
check out Agent Ransack. Thanks
 
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Nick L. Odeon

Learn how to properly reply in a newsgroup.
: Better to play than to actually be...
:
 
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