Search in Vista=runtime error.


M

Marky

When doing an advanced search in Vista 32, ultimate, including non-
indexed, hidden and system files, I'm unable to find files such as
outlook.pst e.t.c. After searching for about 15 minutes a screen pops
up: Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library.
Runtime Error!
Program: C\Windows\Explorer.exe
This program has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual
way.

There is no error code and this problem has been on my machine since
installing Vista over a year ago with automatic updates.
 
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N

NotEvenMe

a runtime error is usually poor programming or a corrupted file.
i have also seen it happen with flaky memory.
 
M

Marky

a runtime error is usually poor programming or a corrupted file.
i have also seen it happen with flaky memory.







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Thanks, but that doesn't help me fix the problem. I would assume that
flaky memory would also present other problems and I don't have any.
Since the Vista search engine is the one that is triggering the
runtime error I would hope that it's not faulty programming and since
it is Explorer.exe that the error screen identifies I would also hope
that it's not a corrupted Explorer as I have no other problems with
the Vista Desktop Explorer on this machine.
However I did do a repair-reinstall of Vista a while ago and that did
not change anything.
HELP!
 
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M

Marky

Thanks, but that doesn't help me fix the problem. I would assume that
flaky memory would also present other problems and I don't have any.
Since the Vista search engine is the one that is triggering the
runtime error I would hope that it's not faulty programming and since
it is Explorer.exe that the error screen identifies I would also hope
that it's not a corrupted Explorer as I have no other problems with
the Vista Desktop Explorer on this machine.
However I did do a repair-reinstall of Vista a while ago and that did
not change anything.
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ANYBODY ?????
 

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