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Excel.exe error

By sam_hodo ·
While tring to open a excel file I receive the following..
EXCEL caused an invalid page fault in
module EXCEL.EXE at 0167:301038ba.
Registers:
EAX=00000003 CS=0167 EIP=301038ba EFLGS=00010206
EBX=0062c840 SS=016f ESP=0062c52c EBP=0062c7a0
ECX=00000001 DS=016f ESI=00000000 FS=506f
EDX=0000b000 ES=016f EDI=0062c88c GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
8b 08 50 ff 51 18 85 c0 74 0b 8b 08 6a 01 50 ff
Stack dump:
30001483 00000003 0062c880 3011cc0f 00000000 0062c840 00000000 000000ad 00000078 0000033e 00000203 000000ce 00000083 00000270 00000162 00000001

I had another user open the file and saveas, which I could then open the new file name.
But if I try to save as the old file name I still get the error above.

HELP!

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by sgt_shultz In reply to Excel.exe error

hi, what version of excel are you using? what os? (mac, windows?)

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by sgt_shultz In reply to Excel.exe error

hi, what version of excel are you using? what os? (mac, windows?)

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by sgt_shultz In reply to Excel.exe error

without knowing more, i'd say, see if you are up to date on your office service packs...hope it helps some...

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by shakeelr7 In reply to Excel.exe error

Hi Friend,

It might be possible that your excel.exe file is corrupted. First try to copy it from other system with the same version. if not then reintall it.

Bye

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by jpruitt In reply to Excel.exe error

Hi, was the exel file created on a higher version of Excel than you currently have on your computer? With most software, you may save Up, but not down. Meaning:

Most lower version softwares don't have the capabilities or is simply structured different from the higher versions and therefore will not be able to save or even read (in some cases) higher versions of the same software.

The other user's version of excel is probably closer or identical to the version that the file was created in.

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