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    Error "RESET" message while using internet!

    I was wondering if anybody knows what this message means and if it's possible to fix it. Within 5 minutes of using the internet I get this "RESET message.

    Fatal Alert

    Memory Mgr. c, Line: 4475,
    Invalid chunk ptr

    RESET

    Can anyone tell me what this means!
    "Failure to prepare certainly means preparing to fail."

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    Ummmm..... more info please. What program are you using when it happens? What are you doing in the program??
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    When this happens I am using the EIS Browser. For example I use it to go into yahoo.com and by the time I get to the second page, the "RESET" message comes out and it makes me do a soft reset on my phone. Basically I can never finish what I'm doing.

    One more thing, it also happened during usage of the MP3 player.

    Any thoughts?
    "Failure to prepare certainly means preparing to fail."

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    Try a different browser (Blazer or WebPro). The built in EIS browser is notorious (at least for me) for having problems with some websites.
    mg
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    As far as the MP3 player goes, get Bebobber. It's at http://www.belltools.com
    Michael

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    Thanks for the info. I'll try out those programs and see what happens. Thanks again!
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    I think there was a file to delete when this happens......

    I can't remember what file it was, but as soon as you delete it, the web browser seems to work better.

    Sorry I could not be more specific.....

    Maybe a search would provide an answer to the file name to delete.

    TL

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    So, what finally happened ? I am getting the same message when I try to open my email using EIS and prodigy.

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