It's the Google toolbar. However, the problem only exists if I enable the
toolbar AND select "Enable memory protection to mitigate online attacks". If
I run the toolbar without the memory protection, IE works fine. What exactly
is the conflict? What is really the memory protection? Am I safe without it?
"Kerry Brown" <kerry@kdbNOSPAMsys-tems.c*a*m> wrote in message
> It is probably a toolbar or addin that is causing the crash. There should
> be an error in the event logs. In the details it sometimes tells you a
> module name that is causing the problem.
> Kerry Brown
> Microsoft MVP - Shell/User
> "Jerry" <undisclosed> wrote in message
>> Vista Ultimate: When I set "Enable memory protection to mitigate online
>> attacks" to ON in advanced IE settings, the IE7 won't start. It crashes
>> instead, with a message that DEP has shut it down because of improper use
>> of memory.
>> Anyone knows why is this?