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Most definatly back to IE7, and post up the results when you get to it :)

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here r both of the logs

again thanks for the help harry :)

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Edited by Snowblind, 28 April 2008 - 10:25 PM.

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Download RootAlyzer to your desktop.
  • Unzip it to a folder on your desktop, close all windows, and run RootAlyzer.exe
  • Click Ok to the two prompts and let the program run it's Quick Scan automatically, this should only take a few seconds
  • Click the Deep Scan tab, check all the boxes and click Ok. Let the scan run un-interrupted, it will take a few minutes.
  • When it is finished scanning, a Log tab will appear at the top, click that. Highlight all the text, right-click on it and press Copy.
  • Paste that information back here by pressing Ctrl + V, or right-click and press Paste. Also mention if you had any problems.

Lets see what that digs up :)

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Hey Harry,

Here is the Rootalyzer logg

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Hey Harry,

Sad to say unintsalling ie8 led to the demise of my desktop OS.

after uninstalling ie8 i tried to install ie7 and it wouldnt let me, said i had a new version of ie and it would not install.

i deleted all traces of ie8 and ie7 and downloaded fresh from Microsoft, after install of ie7 i got a error with iertutil.dll so i rebooted and had no luck with windows after that.

it kept tellin me that iertutil.dll error and couldnt load explorer.

after tryin to get a replacement iertutil.dll from one of my other xp pro machine and many error messages with windows trying to get it on that machine i have decided to throw in the towel and reformat.

i believe that what ever it was had attached itself to ie and wasnt gonna let it go till after i deleted it from the program files.

anyway THANKS FOR ALL YOUR HELP HARRY !!!!! :)
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Sorry it has to end this way Snowblind :)

I am going to look into a couple of more things, just for my information.
If there is any help needed with the reformat, we have an area for that.
Anything else we can do just give a call :)

Harry
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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

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