Windows 7 Home Premium Sp1
Each time I enter a web page I get two boxes - one says Stack overflow
line 21 and one says Stack overflow line 24.
What does it mean and can I do anything to prevent it?
It means the Web application is blowing up and using too much memory
when execution of the program is happening on the Web server. There is
nothing happening on your end. It's at the Web server.
In software, a stack overflow occurs when too much memory is used on the
call stack. The call stack contains a limited amount of memory, often
determined at the start of the program. The size of the call stack
depends on many factors, including the programming language, machine
architecture, multi-threading, and amount of available memory. When a
program attempts to use more space than is available on the call stack
(that is, when it attempts to access memory beyond the call stack's
bounds, which is essentially a buffer overflow), the stack is said to
overflow, typically resulting in a program crash.