iframework.exe is a safe process and is part of the the Intel PRO/Set Wireless software. It provides additional configuration information for its software and also installs an icon in the system tray. Usually it is located in C:Program FilesIntelWebsiteBin.
This process by default starts automatically every time a user starts his or her computer. If, for some reason, you don’t want it to launch itself automatically, you can remove it from the list of your startup programs. You can do this by running the msconfig command and then deselecting the relevant entry under the Startup tab.
The following is the most common ifrmewrk.exe error reported by XP users:
“ifrmewrk.exe – Application error
The instruction at “0x023a9d042 referenced at “0x001c0000”
the memory could not be “read”.”
Clicking the OK button is followed by temporary disappearance of the Start menu and desktop icons.
Why does this error occur?
In most cases, if not all, this ifrmwrk.exe error occurs when any of the following is true:
- ifrmwrk.exe is trying to write in a part of your system’s memory that has been allocated to some other process
- Malware has infected your computer
- Memory cells are permanently damaged
To resolve the error, you must perform the steps listed below in order of their appearance.
Identify and disable the conflicting startup entry
- Click the Start button in the taskbar
- Next, click Run
- In the Open box, now type msconfig and press the Enter key to open the System Configuration dialog box
- Click Startup
- Deselect all entries except the one related to the your security software
- Click Apply to save the changes and then click OK
- Click Restart in the dialog box that appears on your screen
- Upon restart, check whether the error is still there
- In case no error is reported, check the box before the first entry in the Startup list
- Save your changes and restart Windows
- If you don’t get an error, select all listed entries in the Startup list one by one in a chronological order until you get the error. By selecting entries in this way you can easily identify the culprit, which will be the last entry you selected.
- Once you have identified the conflicting entry, deselect it.
- Save your changes by clicking the Apply button.
- Restart Windows.
Scan your computer for malware
If the error still persists, chances are your pc is infected with malware. To remove it, scan your entire computer using an advanced antimalware program. If you don’t use one or if your current subscription has expired, we recommend you purchase a compatible, robust, and super-fast antimalware tool.
Check whether the memory cells are damaged or not
To check if your memory cells are functional, download and run a memory test program. If the test results are negative, you will need to purchase and install a new RAM.