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Topic # 7474 18-Apr-2006 04:36
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I am experiencing an issue where a web based application crashes Pocket Internet Explorer.  This occurs on both Pocket PC 2003 and Windows Mobile OS.  When a user taps on a "Sign on" button after entering the user ID and password, PIE crashes and is no longer listed as a running program.  The only two ways I have been able to resolve this issue is to cold boot the terminal or go into Tools->Options and tap the "Delete Files" button.  I'd like to automate the purge of the cache some way so that it is transparent to the end user.  Is there any registry key or a command that I can issue to emulate the "Delete Files" button?  Any suggestions are welcome.  Thank you.

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Reply # 33255 18-Apr-2006 09:08
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I've seem Pocket Internet Explorer crashing before, sometimes with a simple text page containing no complicated HTML or CSS code.

I also noticed that this happened when I have the cache moved to a SD card, indicating it could be some problem with the card, driver, or similar.

I am using Memmaid to clear the Pocket Internet Explorer cache when I soft reset my Pocket PC. But if this problem happens even on a standard stock Pocket Internet Explorer (no changes in cache size or location) then you could help tracking this problem by submitting a sample of this page for debug. I could help trying to arrange this.





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