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steve174

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I continually keep receiving the following error message:

This is what was found in my event viewer:

faulting application: iexplore.exe
faulting module: ntdll.dll
event #1010

I've tried registry repair and searched long and hard on Microsoft.com for help, but to no avail.
Anybody have any ideas?
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diabillic

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There are different fixes ive come across. First off, what version of IE are you running?

One instance ive seen where a user updates from SP1a it will give explorer errors when using AMD machines. Ive seen a few exploits roaming around for the ntdll.dll file, so try also patching your machine if you havent done so already.

Next, try disabling DEP. This has worked as well. In order to do this, right click My Computer -> Properties -> Advanced tab -> Environment Variables. If you have a system variable called "NLSPATH" you need to delete it or rename it.

Try those out and lemme know how it works. If that does not work, then you need to post a HJT log as it may be related to a ntdll.dll exploit.

Edited by Cilix, 10 November 2006 - 12:14 AM.

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I don't have any E.V. named "NLSPATH". I just upgraded to IE 7 today and it began kicking me off right away. I have updated to SP 2, but nothing seems to be helping. What about a system restore? I changed my ISP to PeoplePC from MSN about a month ago and that's when errors began happening. What can I do about a corrupted ntdll.dll file?
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perhaps downloading a new ntdll.dll file
http://www.dll-files...les.shtml?ntdll
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