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Error Message: Invalid Page Fault in Jscript.dll...

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315854 Windows 98 and Windows Me Error Message Resource Center
Symptoms
When you try to navigate to a Web site that uses a Java script, you mayreceive the following error message:
Explorer has caused an invalid page fault in jscript.dll at 015f:6b70b293.

Cause
This issue can occur if you have installed Symantec Norton Anti-Virusversion 5.0 on you computer.
Resolution
To work around this issue, use the following steps:

  1. Start your computer with your Windows 98 Startup Disk. For information about how to create a Windows 98 Startup Disk, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
    ARTICLE-ID: 187632
    TITLE : How to Create a Windows 98 Startup Disk that Supports FAT32
  2. Choose Start Computer With CD-ROM Support, and then press ENTER.
  3. At the command prompt, type the following commands, pressing ENTER after each command:
    c:
    cd windows\system
    ren jscript.dll jscript.old
    ren vbscript.dll vbscript.old
    ren dispex.dll dispex.old
    ren scrrun.dll scrrun.old
  4. Extract the following files from your original Windows 98 media to the Windows\System folder:
    - Jscript.dll (in the Win98_32.cab file)
    - Vbscript.dll (in the Win98_39.cab file)
    - Dispex.dll (in the Win98_31.cab file)
    - Scrrun.dll (in the Win98_57.cab file)

    For information about how to extract original Windows files, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
    ARTICLE-ID: 129605
    TITLE : How to Extract Original Compressed Windows Files
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