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Thread: The instruction at "0x77d4bbcd" referenced memory at "0x00000048".The memory could not be "read".

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    The instruction at "0x77d4bbcd" referenced memory at "0x00000048".The memory could not be "read".

    I keep getting this error message every now and then on my computer"msfeedssync.exe - Application Error" The instruction at "0x77d4bbcd" referenced memory at "0x00000048".The memory could not be "read".

    Click on OK to terminate the program
    Click on CANCEL to debug the program

    Please help resolve.
    Thanks

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    Re: The instruction at "0x77d4bbcd" referenced memory at "0x00000048".Thememory could not be "read".

    Actually the MS Fees Synchronization part is part of automatic RSS feeds synchronization in Internet Explorer 7. It starts automatically at the specified time and checks for updates to your RSS feeds in IE7. Once it complete the RSS feeds update, it terminates itself.

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    Re: The instruction at "0x77d4bbcd" referenced memory at "0x00000048".The memory could not be "read".

    Im also having the same problem , ie,I keep getting this error message every now and then on my

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    Re: The instruction at "0x77d4bbcd" referenced memory at "0x00000048".The memory could not be "read".

    You must realize the conversation you are replying to is over one year old, correct? Did you try Leland's provided solution? If yes, dint it worked for you?

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    Re: The instruction at "0x77d4bbcd" referenced memory at "0x00000048".The memory could not be "read".

    please help me to resolve this problem
    Quote Originally Posted by chrisadig View Post
    I keep getting this error message every now and then on my computer"msfeedssync.exe - Application Error" The instruction at "0x77d4bbcd" referenced memory at "0x00000048".The memory could not be "read".

    Click on OK to terminate the program
    Click on CANCEL to debug the program

    please help me to resolve this problem
    Thanks

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    Re: The instruction at "0x77d4bbcd" referenced memory at "0x00000048".The memory could not be "read".

    Everyone post the problem, but where is the solution? I use Internet explorer 8 which I hoped would cure the problem but it still exist,
    Who has the solution?

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    Re: The instruction at "0x77d4bbcd" referenced memory at "0x00000048".The memory could not be "read".

    Quote Originally Posted by johncandu View Post
    Everyone post the problem, but where is the solution? I use Internet explorer 8 which I hoped would cure the problem but it still exist,
    Who has the solution?

    hi, This is MAYURESH for progressive infotech ltd

    I resolve the msfeedssync.exe - application error 0x00000048 memory could not be “read”
    Just open system32 folder and find msfeedssync.exe after click on rename and remove .exe extinction. 100% your problem resolve
    Last edited by MAYURESH.it; 26-10-2010 at 05:35 PM.

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    Re: The instruction at "0x77d4bbcd" referenced memory at "0x00000048".The memory could not be "read".

    Thanks for your help, it seem to work and I hope it has no bad effects on other things.
    I did not find any at this time.
    Thanks again

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    Re: The instruction at "0x77d4bbcd" referenced memory at "0x00000048".The memory could not be "read".

    Was solved in my case by reinstalling Internet Explorer 8.
    This was after a virus infection and a repair install which was required to get the machine running again (Windows XP).

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