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14.04.2000Friday 14 April

Windows Error
I am having trouble with the computer. I cannot get Microsoft Word to work. I have tried everything I can think of. I have installed service release 2. When it runs it comes up with a message:
  “WINWORD caused an invalid page fault in module WINWORD.EXE at 0167:30111d12.Registers:EAX=010c2b2c CS=0167 EIP=30111d12 EFLGS=00010202EBX=00000002 SS=016f ESP=0062be38 EBP=0062be58ECX=010c3dd8 DS=016f ESI=00000000 FS=21dfEDX=00000001 ES=016f EDI=0062be74 GS=0000
  Bytes at CS:EIP:8b 06 ff 50 3c 89 45 fc 8b 45 0c 50 8b 08 ff 51
  Stack dump:00000000 010b0564 0062be90 0062bea8 00000000 0062bec8 3005b4b5 0062be90 0062bec8 3005b502
  0062be74 010f9a38 010f434c 010f43cc 00000000 00001a78”
  And then quits.
  I have been doing schoolwork today. I telephoned Mr Philp about a missing science question.
  I went for a walk to the twin bridges and stopped at Monty’s on the way back, as Ric was there. Malarchy was being naughty, and we have been punishing him.

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