"Iexplorer caused an invalid page fault in module Gdi32.dll"
Occurs when loading the home page. Active content such as a Java text applet seem to cause this problem.
Disable the loading of active content.
In IE Click <View><Options> then Click on the <Security> tab. Remove the checks from ALL the "Active Content". Click <OK>.
Occurs mainly on systems with Cybermedia's First Aid 97 installed. They have a fix for it on their web site at