JPIEXP32.DLL error

1. Jul 29, 2004

crazycarla

When I go into some sites to play games I get an error message. iexplorer page fault JPIEXP32.DLL. I can't even find out what it is. Does anyone know what the is and how to fix it? I am running Windows 98 second edition with an upgrade to internet explorer 6. I am starting to feel like my name crazycarla is real. CRAZY

2. Jul 29, 2004

Anttech

3. Jul 29, 2004

crazycarla

Jpiexp

I have already downloaded and that is when the error message started. Mircosoft has not java updates that I don't already have. Thought maybe it was a download problem so I uninstalled and reinstalled but it is still doing the same thing. I copied the message as it came across and pasted it here. Thank you for your help.

IEXPLORE caused an invalid page fault in
module JPIEXP32.DLL at 0177:6d331ffb.
Registers:
EAX=00000001 CS=0177 EIP=6d331ffb EFLGS=00010287
EBX=0079cb10 SS=017f ESP=0064e2b4 EBP=0064e2c0
ECX=00000028 DS=017f ESI=bff94617 FS=66b7
EDX=8166fa88 ES=017f EDI=0000f044 GS=55c7
Bytes at CS:EIP:
8b 07 53 57 ff 50 0c ff 75 0c ff 35 78 03 34 6d
Stack dump:
0064e338 00000001 007fe25c 0064e2e8 6d3360a5 00000433 00000000 0079cb10 0064e2e4 00000000 007fe25c 0000f044 00000001 0064e330 6d338e0d 000002bc

Still crazy

4. Jul 30, 2004

Anttech

m$dont do java, SUN do java... Did you download the lastest SUN java engine? M$ are in a legal battle with SUN and thus are not allowed to let you download the M\$ java engine

5. Jul 30, 2004

Vance

I also hope things now are solved for him...
It is true that www.sun.com handles things on Java...But may I ask you Anttech if there are some other things that sun deals with?
Thanks a lot if you give me an answer...(*_*)

6. Jul 30, 2004

crazycarla

Jpiexp32.dll

Checked everything out through sun and still getting same error message. I downloaded Java runtime envirment 1.4.2_05. Starting to wonder if this is an error in my iexplorer. Thanks for the help and for any other help you might have.

Crazycarla

7. Aug 2, 2004

Anttech

Errm not sure exactly what you mean...

But anyway, Sun also have a Unix like OS called Solaris... They also do different hardware servers and NAS devices... and have recently finnished developing a Java GUI desktop enviroment... amoung other things

http://www.sun.com/products/index.html