"mndhi32.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close"

bj

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What have I done? For the last week, this msg appears and reappears as I
work. Sooner or later (usually sooner), the machine just freezes. Sometimes
I'll see infinite copies of the IE page I'm working with, other times there's
not a clue. Must hold the Power button to re-boot.

I've tried pcpitstop and stc/scannow (system file checker). Neither tells me
anything is wrong... but clearly something is.

Any advice?
 
G

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Sounds like spyware.

Pest Scan, by Pest Patrol
http://www.pestpatrol.com/Products/PestScan.asp

Ted Zieglar

"bj" <bj@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:0590A0A4-9711-4682-B840-9A1ED60C86AB@microsoft.com...
> What have I done? For the last week, this msg appears and reappears as I
> work. Sooner or later (usually sooner), the machine just freezes.
> Sometimes
> I'll see infinite copies of the IE page I'm working with, other times
> there's
> not a clue. Must hold the Power button to re-boot.
>
> I've tried pcpitstop and stc/scannow (system file checker). Neither tells
> me
> anything is wrong... but clearly something is.
>
> Any advice?
 

smacky

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bj Wrote:
> What have I done? For the last week, this msg appears and reappears as
> I
> work. Sooner or later (usually sooner), the machine just freezes.
> Sometimes
> I'll see infinite copies of the IE page I'm working with, other times
> there's
> not a clue. Must hold the Power button to re-boot.
>
> I've tried pcpitstop and stc/scannow (system file checker). Neither
> tells me
> anything is wrong... but clearly something is.
>
> Any advice?


When you get the error message, is there a link at the bottom, saying
"Click Here for more/technical information" ?
If there is, click on it and get the following details:
APP Name:
App Ver:
Mod Name:
Mod Ver:

This information tells alot about the cause of the error.
Alternatively, the information can be viewed in the "Event Viewer".
You can access this by "Right Clicking" on "My Computer" and selecting
"Manage" then selecting "Event Viewer" and then "System".
You then need to locate any "ERROR" messages in the Windows and double
click on them to locate the information.


Good Luck
Smacky
Microsoft Personal Support
http://support.microsoft.com
and
interVations Internet Director
http://www.intervations.com.au


--
smacky
 

bj

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Unfortunately, there's no info there. It says: AppName: mndhdi32.exe AppVer:
0.0.0.0 ModName: unknown
ModVer: 0.0.0.0 Offset: 00000000

.... and the problem is getting worse. I have to re-start every 5 - 10
minutes. What do I do?
Thanks for monitoring this discussion, much appreciated.
bj

"smacky" wrote:

>
> bj Wrote:
> > What have I done? For the last week, this msg appears and reappears as
> > I
> > work. Sooner or later (usually sooner), the machine just freezes.
> > Sometimes
> > I'll see infinite copies of the IE page I'm working with, other times
> > there's
> > not a clue. Must hold the Power button to re-boot.
> >
> > I've tried pcpitstop and stc/scannow (system file checker). Neither
> > tells me
> > anything is wrong... but clearly something is.
> >
> > Any advice?
>
>
> When you get the error message, is there a link at the bottom, saying
> "Click Here for more/technical information" ?
> If there is, click on it and get the following details:
> APP Name:
> App Ver:
> Mod Name:
> Mod Ver:
>
> This information tells alot about the cause of the error.
> Alternatively, the information can be viewed in the "Event Viewer".
> You can access this by "Right Clicking" on "My Computer" and selecting
> "Manage" then selecting "Event Viewer" and then "System".
> You then need to locate any "ERROR" messages in the Windows and double
> click on them to locate the information.
>
>
> Good Luck
> Smacky
> Microsoft Personal Support
> http://support.microsoft.com
> and
> interVations Internet Director
> http://www.intervations.com.au
>
>
> --
> smacky
>